Ferrari has announced an expansion of the warranty and after-sales services programs it offers for the LaFerrari and LaFerrari Aperta.
While it has been almost nine years since the LaFerrari was unveiled, it remains an important model for the automaker since it debuted electrification in Maranello’s cars. The new after-sales service program is dubbed LaFerrari Power and is a two-year renewable program that can be activated at any official Ferrari dealership regardless of the car’s year of production.
The LaFerrari Power program includes an extension of the car’s factory warranty which encompasses the complex HY-KERS system and high-voltage battery. In addition, LaFerrari Power includes annual scheduled maintenance where expert technicians will perform a host of detailed inspections to ensure the car is running in its optimal form.
Ferrari hasn’t said how much the new LaFerrari Power program will cost owners of its flagship hybrid hypercars. However, if you can afford a LaFerrari, whether it’s the Coupe or the open-top Aperta, you can probably afford to extend its warranty without giving it a second thought.
As a reminder, the LaFerrari is powered by a 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine that works alongside an electric motor and a small battery pack. It pumps out 950 hp and 664 lb-ft (900 Nm) of torque and until the arrival of the SF90 Stradale, was the car manufacturer’s most accelerative production car. Unlike the all-wheel drive SF90, though, the LaFerrari sends its power exclusively through the rear wheels.
Production of the standard LaFerrari Coupe was capped at 500 units while 201 examples of the LaFerrari Aperta were offered to the automaker’s most loyal customers.