Although it does not have an official name yet, the open-top hypercar is expected to be called LaFerrari Spider
Ferrari has revealed a convertible version of the LaFerrari hypercar.
To be named and shown off in more detail at the Paris motor show in October, the car has the same performance as its hard-topped sibling, but is expected to be even more exclusive and expensive.
Tipped to cost in the region of £2m $2.6m , the LaFerrari convertible will be twice as expensive as the regular car, and only 150 examples are expected to be made, compared to 499 of the original.
But if you've already raided the piggy bank and were hoping to place an order, we have some bad news, because Ferrari says it held a secret event with potential buyers and all of the cars have already been sold.
The car has both a removeable soft top and a carbon fibre hard top, the latter to make the cabin a more comfortable place to be on long motorway journeys and while driving at high speed.