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Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta to go under the hammer for the children

As part of Ferrari’s 70th anniversary year, it will auction a ‘one-of-a-kind’ LaFerrari Aperta, with the proceeds going to long-standing NGO charity fund, Save the Children. On December 3, 2016, a LaFerrari was auctioned off for a staggering US$7 million (8.7 million), making it the most expensive car of the decade ever sold at auction...

2018 Ferrari Portofino: California T replacement revealed - UPDATE

The Ferrari Portofino had its virtual covers whipped off overnight, with the new convertible hardtop set to replace the California T. Under the bonnet, the Portofino uses a heavily revised version of the California T's 3.9-litre turbocharged V8, which now develops 441kW of power at 7500rpm, and 760Nm of torque between 3000 and 5250rpm...

Ferrari boss shying away from Dino sports car

Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne seems to be moving away from building a modern version of the Dino sports car, due to other priorities - including the possibility of a Ferrari SUV. The Dino (which went without a Ferrari badge) was a mid-engined, rear-drive sports car produced by Ferrari from 1968-1976...

Two Ferrari F40s under the hammer this weekend

Two examples of one of the world's most iconic supercars, the Ferrari F40, are up for auction this weekend. And, with only 1311 units produced worldwide, it's rare to see any for sale - let alone two. A 1990 F40 recently went under the hammer at Bonham's in the UK, and sold for AU$1,074,433. Remarkably, the final figure was below its estimated auction value of between AU $1...

Left-hand drive supercars to be legal in Oz by 2019 - cheers Mr Turnbull

Buried in a Turnbull government announcement yesterday was a gem that's set to greenlight the import of left-hand-drive hypercars into Australia, by 2019, for driving on public roads. The press release by the minister for urban infrastructure, Paul Fletcher MP, detailed a revised bill set to be submitted to parliament by the end of the year...

2017 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso review: Family ski trip

Having children ruins your life. This is a fact parents are loath to admit to their childless friends, partly because of some innate homo-sapien desire to prevent the human race from disappearing if word gets out, but also because it will make them even more unbearably smug...

2017 Concours Of Elegance: Full car list revealed

The full list of exclusive and exotic classic cars for the 2017 Concours Of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace in the UK, has been released. Featuring over 60 cars dating from the first automobile to receive a speeding ticket - the 1896 Arnold Benz Motor Carriage - to present-day hypercars like the 2017 McLaren P1 GTR (above)...

Sergio Marchionne: Ferrari crossover will "probably happen"

Ferrari's boss has told reporters an SUV-like model from the Prancing Horse will "probably happen", hinting that a more utilitarian offering could be in the works. Speaking at a press conference, quoted by Britain's Autocar, Sergio Marchionne, head of Ferrari and parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), said: "“I think that if we allow the Ferrari engineers to reinvent the concept of a vehicle that has some utilitarian features, I think the answer is, it will probably happen, but it will happen Ferrari style"...

Ferrari announces 15-year extended factory warranty program - UPDATE

UPDATE, August 1: Australian pricing now confirmed. See bottom of article. Italian supercar specialist Ferrari has announced a new extended warranty program, which covers owners for up to a class-leading 15 years from the date the vehicle is first registered...

Ferrari to build SUV crossover - report

Ferrari has seemingly bowed to the inevitable and is working on a ‘secret’ project that will culminate in the first-ever SUV bearing the Prancing Horse emblem. Reports out of Europe suggest that despite repeatedly and long denying it would ever build an SUV, it seems the project is now in full swing at the company’s Maranello headquarters...

Ferrari buyers in Australia disproportionately young and female

Ferrari Australasia has distinguished itself by having younger average buyers, and a higher proportion of female owners, than any market in Europe or the Americas. In fact, only China has our region covered in both these metrics, according to Ferrari internal data. The average age of a Ferrari buyer in Australia is 48 years, and stands at 52 for the flagship V12 models...