Road Tests Real world tests of One Car vs LaFerrari


One Car
1.7 s
2.7 s

Top speed

One Car
225 mph
217 mph

Differences What are the advantages of each

Back view of Formula One Car

Reasons to consider the
Formula One Car

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Much higher redline 18,000 RPM vs 9,250 RPM Around 95% more revs
Faster to 60mph 1.7 s vs 2.7 s More than 35% faster to 60mph
Significantly lighter curb weight 1,415 lb vs 2,766 lb Around 50% lighter curb weight; less inertia to overcome when accelerating
Faster top speed 225 mph vs 217 mph 8 more mph; leaves lesser cars in the dust on the straights
Faster to 200kph 3.8 s vs 7 s More than 45% faster to 200kph
Faster to 300kph 8.6 s vs 15 s Around 45% faster to 300kph
Side view of Ferrari LaFerrari

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Ferrari LaFerrari

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Significantly more torque 663 ft-lb @ 6,750 RPM vs 295 ft-lb Around 2.2x stronger engine from a stand-still; more acceleration power
Much bigger engine 6,262 cc vs 2,400 cc More than 2.5x bigger engine
Slightly more powerful engine 950 HP @ 9,000 RPM vs 900 HP More than 5% stronger engine

Specifications Full list of technical specs


One Car  vs
Brand Formula Ferrari
Type of car Race car Production car
Year 2013 2013

power & handling

Power-to-weight ratio 1.57 lb/hp 2.91 lb/hp
Maximum hp 900 HP 950 HP @ 9,000 RPM
Maximum torque 295 ft-lb 663 ft-lb @ 6,750 RPM
Max RPM 18,000 RPM 9,250 RPM
Steering system Rack and pinion Rack and pinion

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Ventilated Disc Disc
Rear brakes Ventilated Disc Disc

road tests

One Car  vs
Top speed 225 mph 217 mph
0-60mph 1.7 s 2.7 s
0-200kph 3.8 s 7 s
0-300kph 8.6 s 15 s


Displacement 2,400 cc 6,262 cc
Cylinders V8 V12
Bore/stroke 4 in / Unknown 3.7 in / 2.96 in

physical dimensions

Curb weight 1,415 lb 2,766 lb
Width 1,800 in 78.4 in
Height 950 in 43.9 in
Length 4,800 in 185.1 in
Wheelbase 118 in 104.3 in
Formula One Car
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