Ferrari

The crossover Ferrari said it would never build is happening

The crossover Ferrari said it would never build is happening

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.

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Ferrari 812 Superfast cranks V12 to 789 HP

Ferrari 812 Superfast cranks V12 to 789 HP

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.

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Check out the stunning open-top LaFerrari you can’t buy

Check out the stunning open-top LaFerrari you can’t buy

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.

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Five Most Collectible Modern Exotic Cars

Five Most Collectible Modern Exotic Cars

This is a golden age for guys and gals who love cars, or more specifically exotic cars. Certainly for the vast majority of us looking at these rides in magazines and online is as close as we will ever get to driving or even riding in one. These five vehicles are so rare that it's not likely that you will ever see one cruising the streets of your city. If you were ever to hit the lottery, and it had better be a big jackpot because you'll need millions to put all of these collectible cars into your garage, these are the five that would be most likely to be worth as much or even more than you paid for them years down the road.

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The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering is packed with dead sexy cars

The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering is packed with dead sexy cars

One of the events that car lovers of all types look forward to each year is Monterey Car Week, which knocks off in August. As part of car week, The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering will have some incredibly sexy cars that will be on display with some of these rides being worth multiple millions of dollars. A few of the highlight cars are being teased ahead of the event and include a 1957 Lancia Aurelia B20 "Outlaw" coupe owned by William E. Conner.

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Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is a one-of-a-kind custom job

Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is a one-of-a-kind custom job

The Ferrari 458 Speciale is already a rare sight, reserved only for buyers with the deepest of pockets. But for one "enthusiastic British owner," Ferrari took his 458 Speciale and made it even more "special," in turn creating a one-of-a-kind supercar just for them. What you see here is the 458 MM Speciale, a Ferrari that features a number of body and design customizations, and is, simply put, one of the best looking cars to come out of Italy in some time.

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Electric GT created fully electric Ferrari because Ferrari won’t

Electric GT created fully electric Ferrari because Ferrari won’t

Electric cars, or even just hybrids, are all the rage these days, especially considering all the pressure on car makers to be more eco-friendly. Some, however, consider electric engines a poor fit for a certain brand of cars. One of those is Ferrari, whose CEO considered it unnerving how the Tesla Model S is so eerily quiet. So what are electric car and Ferrari fans to do? Why, make their own, of course. Risking being burned at the stake, that is exactly what Electric GT did when it converted a burned up Ferrari 308 GTS into the world's first, but unofficial, all-electric Ferrari.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ferrari Fiorza Spied, “Volume Model” Signals Toyota Cooperation

EXCLUSIVE: Ferrari Fiorza Spied, “Volume Model” Signals Toyota Cooperation

Our first spy shots of the new Ferrari Fiorza give us an excellent window into Maranello’s "volume model." While Ferrari has acknowledged that a more accessibly-priced model was in the works, this naked-Fiorza sighting in a Hollywood garage leaves no doubt about the automaker’s wider ambitions.

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The curios & priceless classics of Amelia Concourse 2016

The curios & priceless classics of Amelia Concourse 2016

Lamborghinis, Ferraris, BMWs, and Fiats, with every slice of exotica in-between. Amelia Island Concourse d'Elegance might feature some of the rarest, most expensive autos in the world, but Cars & Coffee opens the weekend with a far broader slice of four-wheeled entertainment. You can never quite predict what will be rubbing shoulders with bonafide supercars.

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This GTC4Lusso is Ferrari’s idea of a practical family car

This GTC4Lusso is Ferrari’s idea of a practical family car

A 12-cylinder Ferrari might not be the obvious choice for a family car, but the Italian supercar company believes it might have a four-seater wildcard. The Ferrari GTC4Lusso combines its odd name with some fairly awkward proportions, but that shooting-brake style rear is vital to accommodate the 2+2 cabin that a grand tourer needs.

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Ultra-rare 1957 Ferrari 335S auctioned for $35M

Ultra-rare 1957 Ferrari 335S auctioned for $35M

It's hard to beat a Ferrari when it comes to luxury sports cars retaining their value over the years, and the latest auction for a classic model proves it. In Paris today a 1957 Ferrari 335 Spider Scaglietti was auctioned off by Artcurial, reaching a total of $34.9 million. So, what makes the car so valuable? Well, the car was designed for the track by Enzo Ferrari himself, has been raced by two Formula 1 world champions, oh, and it's one of only four ever produced.

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Ferrari spinoff gets Prancing Horse out of Mom’s House

Ferrari spinoff gets Prancing Horse out of Mom’s House

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) has approved the spinoff of Ferrari NV in an effort to reduce the amount of debit that FCA is carrying. FCA voted 98% in favor of splitting Ferrari off and will distribute the 80% of Ferrari NV that it owns to investors starting in 2016.

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