We've known for a while that Ferrari would build a roadster version of its LaFerrari hypercar, and we even got most of the details back in July. But we didn't know what it would be called until it made its official debut at the Paris Motor Show this week. Turns out, it's not the LaFerrari Spider. It's the LaFerrari Aperta.
Ferrari says that even without its roof, the LaFerrari Aperta can hit 60 mph in less than three seconds, and it'll hit 186 mph in a flat 15. That's not quite as quick as the hardtop version, but it's still pretty darn impressive.
Ferrari built 500 examples of the LaFerrari coupe (the original run was for 499, but an additional one was commissioned to be auctioned for victims of the Italian earthquake). The Aperta will be more exclusive, with 209 examples produced. 200 of those cars are sold to customers, and the other nine are reserved for Ferrari's 70th anniversary celebrations throughout 2017.