The amazing hypercar with sensational performance

The definitive Ferrari, LaFerrari was designed to be the fastest production Ferrari – ever. Its innovative hybrid engine boasts over 900 horsepower, the most powerful in the world, with KERS technology capable of recovering power and performance from the car's kinetic energy. Inside its sleek monocoque frame, made with four different carbon fibers, are F1 ergonomics blended with luxury comfort to give one of the most exhilarating driving experiences ever made.

Specifications & Features



Your exquisitely detailed
2013 Ferrari LaFerrari

This 1:8 scale model is a faithful replica of the record-breaking LaFerrari, realistic right down to the smallest detail. From the design of the bodywork, the active aerodynamic profiles, the stitching on the sports bucket seats, to the replica V12 engine – every part of Ferrari's signature hypercar is accurately reproduced. To show off the advanced electronics, every model comes with a remote control in the shape of the steering wheel which is used to open the electronic butterfly doors, fire up the engine, sound the horn, and activate the lights.

Now you have the chance to build the finest replica of this incredible car.


  • Scale: 1:8
  • Length: 23 5/8” (60cm)
  • Width: 10 1/4” (26cm)
  • Height: 5 1/2” (14cm)
  • Bodywork: Die-cast metal
  • Details: ABS engineering plastic
  • Number of parts: over 500


  • Painted in distinctive Rosso Corsa
  • Remotely operated, electronic butterfly doors
  • Illuminating headlights and brake lights
  • Faithfully reproduced hybrid V12 Ferrari engine
  • Hear the engine roar and sound the horn at the push of a button
  • Opening front and rear bonnets
  • Functional steering wheel
  • Deployable rear spoiler

It's all in the detail

Outstanding detail at 1:8 scale


Reproduction hybrid V12 engine


Made using high quality die-cast metal


Electrically opening butterfly doors


Detailed, super-technological cockpit


Working LED headlights and brake lights


Operate the doors, sound and light effects


La Ferrari video

Pack 1 build

World of Wayne

Upgrade to the Limited Edition in Daytona Black

(strictly limited to 150 worldwide)

The LaFerrari Limited Edition in Daytona Black is shown here sporting exclusive black wheels but will also come with a full set of standard silver wheels giving you the choice of which set to use! It is also supplied with a numbered display stand.

Your Unique Limited Edition LaFerrari

All the features of our regular 1:8 model, PLUS:

  • Bodywork painted in 'Nero Daytona'.
  • Extra set of black wheels allowing you to choose your rims!
  • Stylish, exhibition-quality display stand.
  • Display Case to protect your model.
  • Under-lit to give a soft illumination to the logos.
  • As part of a limited production run, your stand is individually numbered 1–150.
  • A signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.

Your buying options...

When you place your order we will send your first pack with the first stages of your kit to build your model. Following this, you will be sent another pack every month for 11 months. You will be charged monthly.

Alternatively, you may choose the 24-month plan – click here for more details.

(S&H cost per pack: USA $9.99; Canada & Mexico $19.99)

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PACK 1 ONLY $74.99

then $149.99 per month

PACK 1 ONLY $74.99

then $79.99 per month

PACKS 1–6 – $799

then $149.99 per month

PACKS 1-12 ONLY $1,599

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(limited to 150 worldwide)

PACK 1 ONLY $149.99

then $219.99 per month

PACKS 1–6 – $1,099

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Full Kit

All 12 Packs at once!

Agora Advantage Club


Each time you complete an Agora model you qualify for a complimentary Pack 1 of your next model.

The Definitive Ferrari

LaFerrari History

LaFerrari was designed to replace the Enzo and become the fastest Ferrari production car ever. With only 499 units produced – at a price tag of more than 1 million Euro – it is a Ferrari collector’s dream. Focusing on high performance without compromising style, it was given the same dedication in design and testing as one of Ferrari’s F1 cars but developed to be a road-legal Grand Tourer.

This was the first Ferrari fully created in their own design studio, with the team led by Flavio Manzoni. The engineers were given the task of making a car no larger than the Enzo, with improved aerodynamic efficiency and an ideal weight distribution, which integrated the new hybrid system. To achieve this, many of the components were fitted in a way that kept the space compact while maintaining balance between the front and rear.

The engine features HY-KERS (HYbrid Kinetic Energy Recovery System), combining the power of the V12 engine with a 120kW electric motor to ensure maximum and instantaneous performance. The electric motor gives immediate power to start then keeps the revs of the V12 up for high speeds out of corners, with the batteries being recharged whenever the brakes are applied or when the V12 produces excess torque.

The chassis was designed with carbon fibre to increase rigidity while lowering the overall weight. Four different types of carbon fibre were used across the car as each area of the body had different functional requirements. The underside, for example, used a Kevlar composite to protect the undercarriage from road debris. To further reduce weight and maintain rigidity, the seats were fixed in place with their structure being part of the chassis – to adjust the driving position, the pedals move back and forth instead.

Multiple electronic control systems (powered by 21 onboard computers) monitor while driving and adjust to ensure maximum performance: Electronic Stability Control, Anti-lock Braking System/Electronic Brake Distribution, EF1-Trac F1 Traction Control, E-Diff 3 electronic differential, and SCM-E Frs magnetorheological damping. The car also features active aerodynamics – the front and rear diffusers can move to increase air expansion and downforce, while the rear spoiler emerges only when required so as not to “impede the sleek design of the tail”.

After two years of development to produce the ultimate road-legal Ferrari, LaFerrari sold out to preferred customers before its release in 2014. The 500th unit was produced in 2016 and sold at auction, raising over US$7 million to benefit the people of Italy affected by the August 2016 Earthquake.


Ferrari’s first hybrid road car uses the technological capabilities of both GT and F1 engineering. LaFerrari’s HY-KERS system seamlessly blends a 6262 cc V12 engine, producing 800 CV (790 bhp), with the 163 CV (160 bhp) of the electric motor for a total of 963 CV (950 bhp).

This ensures the engine gives high performance while obtaining maximum efficiency – with a reported decrease in fuel consumption by a staggering 40%. The high torque provided by the electric motor at low revs optimises the internal combustion engine when moving to higher revs. This gives LaFerrari instant power throughout its entire rev range and a maximum torque peak of over 900 Nm. The batteries, which were assembled in-house by the Scuderia racing department, are recharged in two ways: under braking (even when the ABS kicks in) and every time the V12 produces excess torque (when cornering, for example).

LaFerrari was put through the same rigorous testing as the cars from the Scuderia team, with the result being performance comparable to an F1 car but maintaining the comfort and accessibility inside the cabin needed for a GT car. With blistering performance and streamlined looks, the flagship LaFerrari lives up to its name.

Technical Specification

  • Car type: Two-seater coupé sports car
  • Kerb weight: 1298 kg (2,862 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 4702 mm (185 1/8 in) long, 1992 mm (78 7/16 in) wide, 1116 mm (43 15/16 in) high
  • Wheelbase: 2650 mm (104 5/16 in)
  • Weight Distribution: 41% front, 59% rear
  • Power: 950 bhp (total)
  • Engine: Ferrari F140 direct fuel injected 65° V12 with 120kW HY-KERS unit
  • Displacement: 6262 cc
  • Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch
  • Layout: rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
  • Top speed: more than 350 km/h (217 mph)
    0-100 km/h (62 mph): under 3 seconds
    0-300 km/h (186 mph): 15 seconds

LaFerrari Review by James May (Top Gear, Series 22, BBC)

Point of View Drive through Mountainside Roads (Romain Monti, YouTube)

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This is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years old due to small parts. Adult supervision required.

WARNING: Some parts are assembled using magnets. These magnets can cause serious injury if they are swallowed. Keep away from children. If you suspect a magnet has been swallowed, seek medical help straight away.