McLaren, Ferrari and Lamborghini helped make this year's Geneva Motor Show one of the most exciting in recent memory, but the LaFerrari might be a little further away from production than its McLaren P1 hypercar rival. According to GTSprit.com, it sounds like Ferrari is still trying to hammer out the the car's details to ensure the lucky 499 souls laying down $1.5 million aren't left in the dust by a brightly colored McLaren.

While it's not clear what sort of things Ferrari is still working on, the continued development aspect is somewhat substantiated by the fact that the 949-horsepower hybrid supercar is still running around Italy wearing camouflage – albeit light camo. As proof of this, the site also found a pair of enthusiastic amateur spy videos that get some good rolling shots of the LaFerrari out testing. They also show how well the car can handle a roundabout. Both videos are posted below.




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      rmkensington
      • 2 Years Ago
      How about changing that stupid name?
        Carpinions
        • 2 Years Ago
        @rmkensington
        Much agreed. Might as well call it the Obvious LaObvious.
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      H2H
      • 2 Years Ago
      wow, the guy nearly rear ended it in the first video. nice.
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      brian peters
      • 2 Years Ago
      So the car they had on top gear was a pre-"production" test car?
      Daekwan
      • 2 Years Ago
      How about they shut the **** up. I want to hear the car. Not their babbling and cackling.
      Vassilis Alex
      • 2 Years Ago
      If I'm not mistaken, the car isn't officially on sale yet. I think they just presented it in Geneva. So, naturally, it's still in development. Alonso was testing it two days ago at Fiorano.
      imag
      • 2 Years Ago
      Man, that is just hideous.
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      Brodz
      • 2 Years Ago
      Zeese Chermans ah craysy, ya?
      Jon
      • 2 Years Ago
      I like how they pull up to within (what looks like) a foot of the Ferrari's rear bumper at the stop. Such an annoying habit. I'd have been pissed.
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