The Ferrari 308 GTS a beautiful car and was made famous in the '80s as the ride Magnum drove around when the weather was good and his mustached head could stick out of the targa top. That Ferrari originally had a V8 engine under the sleek body. This car has ditched that Italian V8 in favor of batteries and electric motors.
At first glance, much of this car looks like the Ferrari 488 GTB. Then if you look at the parts hidden under the camo the car starts to look different. This is likely the Ferrari 488 GTO, a hopped-up version of the GTB. There is certainly no official confirmation of this, but we can hope.
Ferrari always swore that it would never build an SUV, but with the category being the most popular and other dedicated sports car makers entering the segment, the Prancing Horse is having second thoughts. Word is that the company is working on a crossover codenamed F16X that would be built alongside the GTC4Lusso. Currently, that is the most family oriented of Ferraris and still lacks four doors.
Ferrari is showing off the latest version of its famed XX car called the FXX-K Evo. The sexy looking track car will be offered as an extremely limited-edition full car and as an upgrade package for existing X cars. The XX program launched back in 2005 as an R&D program from Ferrari.
Since I was 12 and got my first subscription to MotorTrend magazine, I have long thought that the guys who get to work there have the greatest jobs ever. They get to drive all sorts of cool vehicles and drive them fast. They als get to do the World's' Greatest Drag Race, something they have done alongside their Best Driver's Car each year since 2011.
When Ferrari pulled the wraps off the LaFerrari the only thing people could find to complain about with the hypercar was the name. Ferrari came back last summer an unveiled an open top version of the car called the LaFerrari Aperta and it is beautiful. The problem was by time the normal folks out there even knew of the car, all examples had already been sold at an insider's preview event.
Ferrari has been making some of the most desirable and expensive cars on the roads for decades now. It's one of the only automakers to build cars that actually increase in value rather than decrease. The dirty Ferrari in the images here is a unicorn, so rare that some thought it was a myth, yet it was found in a barn in Japan where it has sat for decades.
Ferrari has revealed its latest convertible, and you know when the storied Italian automaker cuts the roof off that it's going to be something special. The Ferrari Portofino replaces the Ferrari California T as the company's most affordable GT, naming it after an Italian town that it says "has become internationally synonymous with elegance, sportiness and understated luxury." Indeed, Ferrari was so keen on it, it even named the new red paint-job of the car after it.
Ferrari may be the last automaker you'd think of making an SUV, but the siren call of cold hard cash may have coaxed a prancing horse onto the nose of a crossover. Speculation that the Italian automaker may embrace the best-selling category has persisted over the past few years, as Ferrari rivals gradually gave up on their objections. Now, with the Porsche Cayenne a legitimate hit, and Lamborghini's Urus on the roadmap, Ferrari may finally be thawing.
Ferrari has dragged the silk from its latest supercar, the Ferrari 812 Superfast, and as the name suggests this isn't a slow beast. Mustering a heady 789 HP, it's the fastest and most powerful Ferrari yet, in fact, sitting atop a tree of very covetable cars. Under the hood there's a brand new 12-cylinder engine.
How do you make a LaFerrari supercar even more exclusive? Slash the top off it, and promise to make just a handful of the roofless result. Ferrari's hybrid monster is already a rare beast, but the Italian's couldn't leave it alone, designing a limited-edition special series based on the coupe but with a choice of roof options.