Looks like the Geneva Auto Show has become the launching pad for woody-inducing supercars. Besides the 740-horsepower Lamborghini Veneto we told you about, Ferrari has decided to unveil their own mega-horsepower monster: the LaFerrari.

Aside from the completely ridiculous name—it translates to "The Ferrari," and after all the engineering genius and R&D money that went into building it, you'd figure they'd put more than $4 bucks and a quick discussion over an espresso into the name—this is one of the most technologically advanced and ballsiest Ferraris yet.

Limited to a run of only 499, with a sticker price estimated to be over $1.2 million, this is the car Ferrari codenamed "F150" as the successor to the (also poorly named) Enzo. It's also the car they said might be their first production hybrid but not a hybrid like the one that patchouli-smelling cashier at Whole Foods drives. A hybrid as in "how can we tack on another motor to make this thing screamingly friggin' fast?"

In addition to the massive 6.2-liter V-12 engine that pushes 789 horses, the LaFerrari also has a pair of electric motors that produce 160-horsepower. That brings the total number of available horses under your foot to a pants-wetting 949-hp. Add in the 660 lb-ft of tire melting torque and you've got a street legal asphalt eater that Ferrari says will go from a dead standstill to 62 mph in under 3 seconds. And top out at an insane 217 mph.

That should be enough to outrun any officer enforcing whatever speed law you just broke.