I don't think it will start with the LaFerrari though. It doesn't make sense to hit a flagship that's limited and make it a hybrid. It's no longer as limited as it was from the get-go. Take something like a California or whatever and make a hybrid version or something, and it'll sell and won't diminish the overall name so soon.
Once the California, or whatever lower model may be, start's selling as a hybrid and people see the benefits, they'll be more prone to jumping to different models, higher up, etc.