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2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast revealed

The Ferrari 812 Superfast has been unveiled ahead of the car's in-the-flesh debut at the Geneva motor show next month. Launched to celebrate the company's 70th anniversary, the 812 Superfast is a major update of the F12 Berlinetta that was released in 2012. Major design changes include all new body panels, LED headlights, and a quad tail-light setup...

Ferrari wins bruising Bathurst battle

This was no motor race. This was a heavyweight title fight, slugged out between two prize fighters, each with a distinctive style of landing blows over a 12-hour match-up where only one would emerge victorious. Battle scarred, yes, but with the soothing tastes of the victory champagne to ease away the aches and pains of a 12-hour scrap...

Facelift fails: The worst styling updates of 2016

When brands update their cars, sometimes the stylists get it wrong. Facelifted models are supposed to add some flair to an existing model - to bring it up to speed with its competitors, or harden up some edges that may been looking a little limp on the original model. They can be massive, major overhauls, or nips and tucks and tweaks to minor aspects of the car's design...

Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione officially detailed with F12 TdF heart

Ferrari has released details of its F12-based bespoke SP275 RW Competizione this week, after it was revealed at an event at Daytona earlier this month. The bright yellow supercar was created by a cashed-up buyer and Ferrari's Special Program division, and is based on the already manic F12. Under the bonnet is the uprated version of the 6...

Ferrari J50: Special spider celebrates half century in Japan

The very special new Ferrari J50 has been revealed, celebrating the company's 50th anniversary in Japan. Just 10 examples of the J50 will be built, and each will be customised specifically for their future owners. No pricing has been announced, but it's likely that the J50's entire production run has been pre-sold to existing Ferrari enthusiasts...

Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione one-off special revealed

Images of the one-off Ferrari SP275 RW Competizione have surfaced online, with the F12-based special believed to be inspired by the 275 GTB/C Speciale from the 1960s. Technical details of the bright yellow F12-based coupe are yet to be confirmed, though we do know it was created as a one-off by the Ferrari Special Program division and the Ferrari Styling Centre...

Ferrari seeing unprecedented sales with V8 demand and growing wait lists

If you ordered a Ferrari 488 GTB or Spider today, it probably won’t arrive until late 2018. And it’s the same scenario with the California T and pretty much every car in Ferrari’s stable. Even the latest model, the GTC4 Lusso T, released just this week, already has a waiting list – meaning, if you order one today, don’t expect delivery until 2018...

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T debuts in Australia

Ferrari took the covers off its first-ever V8-powered car with four seats in Sydney today – the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T – following its global debut at this year’s Paris Motor Show in September. The all-new, rear-wheel-drive GT joins its close-knit sibling, the V12-engined, all-wheel-drive GTC4 Lusso, but will sit above the California T in the current Ferrari hierarchy...

CarAdvice News Desk: The weekly wrap for November 18, 2016

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk, a regular video wrap of the latest happenings in the automotive world and Australia's new-car market. This week, regular host Tegan Lawson is on assignment overseas. In her place, Trent Nikolic presents this week's video from the CarAdvice Garage, with everything you need to know about the week in news and reviews...

Ferrari to sell only hybrids from 2019 - report

Ferrari's CEO, Sergio Marchionne, has come out saying hybrid technology is the supercar brand's next step to boosting sales volume, with all cars sold from 2019 to feature hybrid elements...

Personalisation taking centre stage at Ferrari dealerships

A Ferrari purchase has always been a personal statement, and dealers are capitalising on this with personalisation lounges for the Carrozzeria Scaglietti program becoming a key part of every showroom. At the the local drive of the new turbocharged 488 Spider, CarAdvice spoke with Ferrari Australasia CEO, Herbert Appleroth, who noted the program is very popular with Australian buyers...