Ferrari's hypercars are super exclusive. If you were buying one of the 499 that they're making, they would have already contacted you to let you know
Incidentally, IIRC, this isn't like a regular hybrid in that you can let it run on the electric motor alone, that would turn the engine off which would defeat the point of a V12 Ferrari. It's basically just an upgraded F1-KERS system. I guess the engine might turn off in stop-start traffic, but other than that, no.
Ooops, wrong parent. Sorry
This is one of my favorite trolls, because you can set your watch by how long it takes for someone to post a link to the Jitterbag and saying, "here you go, Gramps."
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from a rigged demo.