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Ferrari is going it alone

Ferrari is going it alone

Ferrari will be spun off and operated as a separate company, owner Fiat Chrysler has announced. Part of a restructuring plan that has already seen Fiat Chrysler list its own shares on the New York Stock Exchange, and acquiring the minority interest in Chrysler itself, according to company execs it's the "proper" way forward for the famous Italian marque. "The separation of Ferrari will preserve the cherished Italian heritage and unique position of the Ferrari business," FCA chairman John Elkann insisted.

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Ferrari F60America offers drop top styling and V12 power

Ferrari F60America offers drop top styling and V12 power

Ferrari has announced a new car that it has made for American customers called the F60America. The car will be a very limited edition automobile with only ten units being produced. Ferrari says that the new car combines the two "great passion" of its American clients- open-top driving with a V12 engine. The car has a V12 engine in a mid-front mount configuration and specific gear ratios chosen just for the car. The car has a strange, but attractive asymmetrical design inside.

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Ferrari FF CarPlay hands-on plus Pioneer’s Apple upgrade

Ferrari FF CarPlay hands-on plus Pioneer’s Apple upgrade

CarPlay is coming, and Apple's push to put iOS and Siri in the dashboard could be one of the most significant plays from the Cupertino firm since the iPhone itself. Breaking away from the multitude of different infotainment UIs, CarPlay pushes out a customized iOS interface instead, with familiar apps like Apple Maps, iTunes, and Messages, all controlled by voice. I spent some time in three demo vehicles - Ferrari's eye-widening FF, Chevrolet's latest Spark EV, and a beautiful classic Mustang - to see how CarPlay works.

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Moto G Ferrari edition masters the oxymoron

Moto G Ferrari edition masters the oxymoron

Motorola has introduced the Moto G Ferrari Edition, completely turning the concept behind the Moto G on its head. When the Moto G was launched, it was meant to be a surprising show of force on the part of Motorola’s teams of innovators. It was meant to be a device that, regardless of its extra-low price off-contract, would be a high-performer all around the world.

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Apple “iOS in the Car” Ferrari, Mercedes and Volvo deal tipped imminent

Apple “iOS in the Car” Ferrari, Mercedes and Volvo deal tipped imminent

Apple will announce the first iOS in the Car vehicles with Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Audi next week, insiders claim, as the company makes a push to spread the iPhone and iPad software to car dashboards. The deal, which is expected to be officially announced at the Geneva Motor Show, will mark the first time the iOS 7 feature linking an iPhone or other device with a car's own infotainment system will be fully demonstrated.

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Ferrari California T debuts with turbo V8

Ferrari California T debuts with turbo V8

Ferrari has revealed its latest supercar, the California T, a new grand tourer with a more powerful engine and a retractable hard-top. Packing 70HP more than the previous California, as well as being up 49-percent in torque despite trimming fuel consumption by 15-percent, the new V8 3.9-liter turbocharged engine puts out 560HP and the sort of engine noise Ferrari knows buyers expect, thanks to what the Italian company says is a new turbocharger design that also virtually eliminates lag.

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Ferrari 458 Speciale teases record-setting power density

Ferrari 458 Speciale teases record-setting power density

Ferrari has revealed its latest supercar, the 458 Speciale, the Italian company's most aerodynamically-slippery model to-date, not to mention its highest power density road car. Mustering 605 HP from its 4.5-liter V8 engine, the Ferrari 458 Speciale can run the 0-62mph dash in three seconds (getting to 124mph only takes 9.1s) and can manage 1.33G of lateral force when taking corners seriously.

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