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Unlike many hybrid cars, the LaFerrari will not drive on electric-only power. Part of the reason people want to drive a Ferrari, said Ferrari spokesman Stefano Lai, is to hear the sound of the V12 engine.

In the future, Ferrari will likely develop the technology to allow a Ferrari to be started and driven for a short distance under quiet electric power, Lai said.


  @peterdrives - Last updated March 06 2013 12:39 PM ET
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