By Mike Torpey on 2016-07-06 - Driving Force news editor and responsible for organising our daily output. He was staff motoring editor of the Liverpool Echo for 20 years.
FERRARI has lifted the lid on its sought-after new LaFerrari convertible, the limited-edition special series aimed at clients and collectors.
The actual name and technical characteristics of the new open top will be announced at the Paris Motor Show in early autumn, as will the number of examples Ferrari will build.
But if even if you're flush enough to shell out in excess of Â£1m, hard luck - all available examples have already been sold following a special preview to clients. So the order book is firmly shut.
What we know is that the supercar - Ferrari's successor to the Enzo - will be available with a removable carbon-fibre hard roof and a removable soft top.
It has the same running gear and performance figures as the original LaFerrari from 2013, in other words a 6.3-litre V12 engine and electric motor together unleashing a hefty 950bhp.
Ferrari says extensive modifications have been made to the chassis with the aim of retaining the same torsional rigidity and beam stiffness as the coupé version.
And the car's aerodynamics have also been further honed to guarantee the same drag coefficient when driving in the open configuration.
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