So you've just crashed your Ferrari LaFerrari. And it wasn't just some minor wing/fender damage, but a heavy shunt that damaged the carbon-fibre monocoque. If it can't be repaired, it needs to be replaced. According to Scuderia Car Parts you can buy a new monocoque from Ferrari... for $1,072,655.17 (approx. £855,000).

The LaFerrari had an original asking price of around $1.4 million (£1,2 million), meaning the monocoque replacement is about three-quarters of the car's base price. However, the supercar has gained heaps of value since its release. DuPont Registry has two listed right now: one for $3,999,999 (£3.2 million) and another for $4,275,000 (£3.4 million).


If you've done enough damage to your LaFerrari to require a new monocoque, then there are probably other parts to replace. A roof piece will set you back $140,645.13 (£112,000), and the rear bulkhead is $28,295.18 (£22,500). At $12,372.22 (£9,860), the front sub-frame seems reasonably priced, but it also requires 14 titanium screws, which each cost $71.40 (£56.90).

Ferrari originally intended to build 499 examples of the LaFerrari coupe. It made a 500th car for charity to benefit earthquake relief in Italy. The vehicle's sale brought an impressive $7 million (£5.5 million).

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If you'd rather replace your LaFerrari then pay to have it rebuilt, good news: There's a successor on the horizon. The development vehicles (above) have an aggressive look with a low-slung nose and a massive rear wing. Stickers on the body indicate that it has a hybrid powertrain, and rumours suggest the engine is a V6. The unveiling is reportedly in 2024, and Ferrari would allegedly make 599 coupes, 199 convertibles, and 30 XX variants.