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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...

CarAdvice podcast 59: We catch up with the successful Highway 1 to Hell team!

On the panel this week is Mandy Turner, Mike Costello and James Wong. We bring you a special sports-car-heavy news fest this week, which includes the stunning Ferrari 812 Superfast premiering in Australia, Jaguar's fastest road car - the XE SV Project 8 - has been revealed, the Maserati GranTurismo has had a facelift, and the Aston Martin DB11 now gets the option of a twin-turbo V8 engine...

Ferrari 812 Superfast premieres in Australia

The stunning Ferrari 812 Superfast made its Australasian premiere this morning following its world reveal in Geneva three months ago, and slated delivery to local buyers in early 2018. The 812 Superfast succeeds the F12berlinetta as the front-mid engine V12 flagship of Ferrari's series production range...

Ferrari 488 'Speciale' spied

A hotter version of the Ferrari 488 has been spied undergoing testing on and around the Nurburgring Nordschleife. Compared to the regular 488 GTB, this 488 prototype has a body wrap hugging covering the doors, front bumper, rear fenders, boot lid, and the front half of the bonnet...

Ferrari wins International Engine of the Year award for second year in a row

The Ferrari 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 engine has won the 2017 International Engine of Year award, holding onto the crown it captured in 2016. This year the Ferrari motor, used in the 488 supercar, edged out the 3.0-litre flat-six employed by the Porsche 911 range, as well the BMW i8's petrol-electric drivetrain, the 2...

Ferrari celebrates 70th anniversary at Maranello Museum

To celebrate Ferrari's 70th anniversary, the Ferrari Museum of Maranello has opened two new exhibitions, under the watchful eye of the company's president and CEO, Sergio Marchionne. With 344,000 visitors in 2016, space has been extended by 600 square metres, along with a new 300-square-metre event area...

Ferrari posts global sales record

Ferrari shipped more than 2000 cars globally over the first quarter of 2017, up 121 units over the same period last year, driven in part by a 50 per cent increase in V12s. First-quarter figures from Maranello show that 1034 of these sales were to the Europe, Middle East and Africa region (EMEA), 545 were to the Americas and 161 were to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan...

Ferrari 'Dino' mule spied

A modified and camouflaged Ferrari believed to be a prototype for the rumoured upcoming Dino has been spied in the snow this week during cold weather testing. The vehicle in the images - which combines elements of the current 488 GTB and previous 458 Italia - could be a sign that the Prancing Horse could be working on an entry-level sports car that could revive the iconic Dino nameplate...

2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast: More than a (seemingly obvious) name…

With Ferrari opting to name its newest super-quick supercar the 'Superfast', there were more than a few stunned (read: unimpressed) faces when the new 2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast broke cover ahead of its world premiere at this year's 2017 Geneva motor show...

Ferrari wait times too long: Marchionne

Italian supercar manufacturer Ferrari has a problem (the same problem its always had), demand simply exceeds supply. Ordinarily, it’s a nice problem to have, but the demand for the prancing horse has never been greater, and now, even loyal Ferrari owners are missing out...