Remember this awesome grey LaFerrari we showed last week at JMB Optimering workshop? Turns out the owner had sent his car there to get tuned. It’s only chip tuning and good for about 100 horsepower, but this, to all intents and purposes, is the world’s first tuned LaFerrari.
Not sure how easy a task chip tuning a LaFerrari is going to be for the Swedish tuner JMB Optimering, and again, not sure how big a difference a 100 additional horsepower is going to make in the way the car performs. But still, when you pay nearly $2 million for a car the least you can expect is for it to make over 1000 horsepower. None of the new hybrid hyper cars deliver that, but it’s good to know you can chip them to that level.
The standard LaFerrari is powered by a V12 engine boosted by KERS which is basically an electric motor working all the time to complement the 800 horsepower output of the V12 with its own 160 horses. That makes for a total 960 hp, 0 to 100 km/h in just over 2 seconds, and top speed of 370 km/h.
Via Supercar Kids