For those already craving more than what Ferrari's cutting-edge LaFerrari hypercar can deliver, a 'solution' may be at hand.
Reports out of Europe this week suggest that Ferrari may build an even more extreme version of its already extraordinary LaFerrari, limited to around 10 units.
Speaking with Britain’s Autocar, LaFerrari designer Flavio Manzoni has reportedly confirmed that plans to build the extreme version are already underway.
“When we were producing the original design proposals for LaFerrari, there was one proposal that I thought was especially beautiful,” Mr Manzoni said.
“So we decided to keep that one back for something truly special in the future.”
The 'standard' LaFerrari already boasts 708Kw and more than 900Nm of torque from its hybrid system, which pairs a 6.3 litre V12 with an electric motor and battery.
Ferrari says its hero car should be able to achieve 0-100km/h in less than 3.0 seconds and 0-200km/h in less than 7.0 seconds.
With figures like that, one can only wonder where Ferrari can go with an enhanced version - apart from beyond a AU$3million asking price.