When the LaFerrari debuted in 2013, it was billed as the definitive Ferrari. The car was powered by the first hybrid powertrain from Maranello, derived straight from Ferrari's F1 program. 500 coupes and 210 open-top Apertas were produced over the LaFerrari's five-year production run, with the Aperta pictured here being one of the last. A striking Nero Daytona exterior with red accents over a Nero interior makes for a welcome change from the standard Rosso, and with just 2,072 miles on the odometer, the car has barely been enjoyed. This standout example of Ferrari's 70th-anniversary hypercar will go to auction as part of the Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend in November.