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2020 Ferrari SF90 priced from $846,888 in Australia
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11th Dec 2019
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2020 Ferrari SF90 priced from $846,888 in Australia

Ferrari's range-topping plug-in hybrid supercar, the SF90 Stradale, has arrived in Australia bearing an $846,888 drive-away price. Unlike LaFerrari, the SF90 Stradale is a Ferrari hybrid you can actually buy. It's technically a 'range' model, so you don't need a garage full of classic cars from the Prancing Horse to secure a build slot. "Anyone can come and buy an SF90," said Peter Sutton, Ferrari Australasia sales manager.
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Scott Collie
Ferrari Dino project axed
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18th Sep 2019
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Ferrari Dino project axed

The Dino is extinct. Autocar reports Ferrari’s entry-level, V6-powered coupe project has been shelved. "I would never use the word dead in the future strategy. [But] it’s certainly not something that we're planning shortly," Ferrari's chief commercial officer, Enrico Galliera, told Autocar.
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William Stopford
2020 Ferrari F8 Spider unveiled
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8th Sep 2019
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2020 Ferrari F8 Spider unveiled

As night follows day, an open-topped Ferrari follows the release of the hard top sports car. The difference this time around, though, is that the Ferrari F8 Spider will amplify the sounds of one of the most powerful V8s in the sports-car world.
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Joshua Dowling
FCA withdraws Renault merger proposal
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6th Jun 2019
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FCA withdraws Renault merger proposal

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced it's withdrawing its proposal to merge with Groupe Renault, in a press release issued this morning. "The Board of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., meeting this evening under the Chairmanship of John Elkann, has resolved to withdraw with immediate effect its merger proposal made to Groupe Renault," the statement said.
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James Wong
Ferrari wins International Engine of the Year
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24th May 2019
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Ferrari wins International Engine of the Year

Ferrari has once again taken out International Engine of the Year, beating Jaguar's all-electric powertrain and Mercedes-AMG's ubiquitous V8 for the honour. It's the fourth year in a row Ferrari has won the award, a feat that's never been achieved before. Ford won three years running with its 1.0-litre EcoBoost three-cylinder engine, so back-to-back awards aren't unheard of, but it's an impressive achievement for the folks in Maranello nonetheless.
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Scott Collie