3. Ferrari LaFerrari
The $1.4 million dollar LaFerrari incurred much ridicule about its self-propagandizing name at its release, but critics soon forgot about the Italian firm’s strange naming conventions and instead began to focus on the monumental performance on offer from the latest Ferrari hypercar.
Its hybrid powertrain produces a combined 950-hp, 789-hp of which comes from a 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 and 161-hp from a KERS system, called HY-KERS. You get what you pay for—much of the LaFerrari’s design principles are carried down from Maranello’s F1 division, including the carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, developed by F1 technical director Rory Byrne.