9. Its V12 Gasoline Engine Alone Produces More Power than Most Muscle Cars
Classic American muscle cars are known for producing gobs of horsepower. While they’re infamous for offering poor handling characteristics, their huge V8 engines weren’t at all lacking when it came to straight-line performance, such as drag racing down the quarter mile.
Some of the most powerful classic muscle cars include the 425-horsepower big-block Shelby Cobra, the 500-horsepower 1969 Camaro ZL1, and the 425-horsepower 1970 Barracuda Hemi. In contrast, the LaFerrari’s 6.3-liter V12 produces 789 horsepower, which is almost twice as much as many of the most revered classic muscle cars.