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This year's Geneva Motor Show served as the launch platform for three of the world's latest and greatest supercars. The Italians brought us the Lamborghini Veneno and the Ferrari LaFerrari, while the British unveiled the production version of the McLaren P1.

To put the three in better perspective – as if any of us will ever fully comprehend trio of million dollar coupes – the Aussies at Motoring.com.au built an infographic (click above to enlarge) that outlines what makes each of these cars so spectacular. Using unique colors to represent each of the vehicles, the team put together a variety of charts that focus on vital statistics, pricing, total production run and other parameters all designed to ease the process of digesting an overabundance of exotic goodness. We have uploaded the graphic full size in this link.

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    • 1 Second Ago
      cicak dingding
      • 2 Years Ago
      if i can afford the veneno, i'd rather buy a p1 and a laferrari and a couple of aventadors.
      • 2 Years Ago
      The shittiest of infographics. Has no real information that any idiot with an internet connection didn't already know weeks ago, and pretty much all of that is speculative or downright inaccurate. Price? It's not on sale yet. 0-60, 124, 186mph? Only rough estimates given, if at all. Top speed? No point trying to compare a 5km/h difference. Weight? The Ferrari's is completely guessed, as not even Ferrari has put out an estimate. It wont be 1100kg, but whatever sounds cool counts, right? Production numbers: because a design study is in the same context as a production car. Fail.
      Arturo Rios Jr.
      • 2 Years Ago
      They really killed it by naming this Ferrari LaFerrari. Lamborghini ellamborghini, porsche laporsche, Pagani LaPagani, Land Rover Range Rover.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Arturo Rios Jr.
        Wouldn't it be something like Porsche dasPorsche? :P
      The Law
      • 2 Years Ago
      I always thought that saying stupid as hell. If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Yeah, because we all know rich people just hand over their Amex cards without asking about the price.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @The Law
        \"If you have to ask, you can\'t afford it.\" is equivalent to \"If you can afford it, you don\'t have to ask.\" It\'s not equivalent to \"If you can afford it, you will never ask.\" Have a good day.
      • 2 Years Ago
      This article is inane. Apparently the AB writers (?) all got together for a huge Saturday Bong off.
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a bunch of whiners! If any of you had the money; you'd be driving one of these magnificent creations; I certainly would! But you choose to criticize the absolute cream- of- the- crop of automotive production out of jealousy of those who can afford to flaunt their possession of one of these works of art under your nose!
        • 1 Year Ago
        LoveYouFelines, I totally agree ! People are jealous and envious of such a beautiful automobile. They probably all drive a junkbox FORD !
      • 2 Years Ago
      Kevin Pazirandeh
      • 2 Years Ago
      This may have been the most useless info-graphic I have ever seen. Nearly all figures are speculative or relative, ie "+" or "<". It is also factually inaccurate. While we don't have the exact figure, there is no way the Ferrari will be 1,100 kg (~2400 lbs). "approx." LOL. I have come to expect Autoblog to do a better job filtering out crap like this. Please try to vet things in the future.
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is honestly the worst infographic I've ever seen. It only displays one thing, and not in any way that is entertaining or enlightening.
        • 2 Years Ago
        I actually like your commit before clicking on the full size graphic link where there is much more info about the cars. Click the link!!
          • 2 Years Ago
          Well in that case... wtf AB, lol.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Please stop calling it Ferrari LaFerrari. It is supposed to be called just LaFerrari.
        • 2 Years Ago
        wrong. Its offically Ferrari's LaFerrari. Maclaren's P1 Honda Civic sure the name is just civic but its ok to say Honda civic. "COMPANY" THEN "NAME OF CAR" SIMPLE. but ferrari put their name in the cars name so double ferrari is offical.
        • 2 Years Ago
        The Ferrari TheFerrari. The model is \"LaFerrari\", and the brand is \"Ferrari\". Like \"the Lamborghini Aventador\", or \"the Porsche Carrera\", it\'s \"the Ferrari TheFerrari\". \"I just saw the Ferrari TheFerrari.\" \"It\'s a TheFerrari.\" \"I\'m gonna go for a spin in the TheFerrari.\" Yes, it\'s as stupid as it sounds. Ferrari, we all know you\'re completely full of yourselves. But this? Wow, this takes arrogance, not to mention utterly stupid car names, to a whole \'nother level. I would love to see other manufacturers give a few humorous jabs to Ferrari with a few cars of their own: \"the Honda TheHonda\"; \"the Porsche ThePorsche\"; \"the Ford TheFord\"; \"the Mercedes-Benz TheMercedes-Benz\". So on, and so forth. But they won\'t, and they wouldn\'t anyways. Not only would they not wanna deal with Ferrari and their thin-skinned whiners threatening lawsuits and who knows what else, but they\'re just not THAT arrogant to name their cars as such. You can be proud about your brand and your heritage and your latest and greatest creation, but a stupid name is a stupid name.
        Paul & Maria
        • 2 Years Ago
        your right. everyone insults the name by calling it "Ferrari LaFerrari". its just as simple name of LaFerrari.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I stopped reading when I saw white text on a yellow background.
      • 2 Years Ago
      well the veneno ruined the idea of weight/hp ratio
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