As you would expect the LeFerrari Aperta comes with the latest safety systems. ESC, Performance anti blockage system/electronic brake balance, F1 Traction Control integrated with the hybrid system and carbon-ceramic braking system (Brembo) brakes on the front and the rear.
In terms of open-top aerodynamic comfort, an innovative integrated
system was developed. High-speed air-flow that would usually enter the cabin
from top of the windscreen was captured by an angled wind-stop attached to the
parcel shelf. The wind-stop is angled to channel the flow through spaces in the
car’s interior structure before exiting at a slower speed behind the passenger
seats. This delivers a level of interior comfort in line with other
convertibles in the Ferrari range without increasing drag.
Its performance figures are comparable to those of the F1 car with the same torque density and the same efficiency (94%), or very limited power dissipation.
The batteries consist of 120 cells assembled into eight modules, with a power output that’s the equivalent of 40 traditional batteries but weighing just 60 kg. Whilst the 6,262 cc V12 is the most powerful naturally aspirated engine ever on a road-going Ferrari.
|Vehicle length||4907 mm|
|Vehicle width||1953 mm|
|Vehicle height||1379 mm|
|Unladen Weight||1880 kg|
|Engine / Cylinders||V12|
|Max Torque||683 Nm @ 6000 rpm|
|Max Power||486 kW @ 8000 rpm|
|Top Speed||208 mph|
|Acceleration||0-60mph 3.5 sec|