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This Italian brand needs little introduction. The company was founded for the production of road cars in 1947 after gaining a strong reputation for racing cars. Late founder Enzo Ferrari was involved in the company up until 1988 when the Ferrari F40 was launched. Now with an official import presence via Ferrari Australasia, the brand's current line-up comprises V8- and V12-powered sports cars and GTs in the form of the 458 range, California, F12 and FF.

Ferrari Reviews

2019 Ferrari Portofino review

The Ferrari California has been relegated to the history books, once again. In its place comes the Portofino, with sleeker styling, more grunt and a host of other upgrades.

Ferrari 488 Spider review

Why buy a GTB coupe when the 488 Spider offers the same levels of uncompromising performance, plus so much more?

Ferrari 812 Superfast review

The Ferrari 812 Superfast is the pinnacle of the Italian marque's road-going expertise, and the most powerful production series car to ever roll out of Maranello's gates.

2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso review

The ultimate family car from Maranello has no rival. Thankfully, the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso doesn't need one.

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Ferrari Videos

2019 Ferrari Portofino review: First drive

Here it is, Ferrari's impressive new California T replacement, the Portofino. If you want one, get in line. The Portofino is sold out for 2018, while 2019 doesn’t look much better for those lucky enough to be on the waitlist at all.

Ferrari 488 Spider review: Why bother with the coupe?

Alborz Fallah: When it comes down to it, if you happen to meet anyone that says the convertible 488 is a compromise, or that it’s not a real Ferrari, call them out for what they are – an idiot. Otherwise, if you want to daily a Ferrari, the Spider is the best way to go.

2018 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso review

See the full article here. For exactly six years, the biggest issue I have had with exotic cars has been my son losing his mind when I can’t take him for a drive. As a father of car-obsessed boys, the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso is the best thing that has ever come out of Maranello...

2017 Ferrari GTC4LussoT - 2016 Paris Motor Show

The Lusso T marks the first ever proper four-seat V8 Ferrari and also the first time multiple drive trains (the Lusso T is RWD, the V12 Lusso is AWD) have been offered in the same platform.

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Ferrari Comparisons

Video: Ferrari 458 vs Ducati 1198s race by MotorTrend

MotorTrend always conduct thorough motoring reviews and provide excellent quality video footage, with no silly sound effects or excessive panning shots. Here's one of the US publication's latest video races featuring the Ferrari 458 Italia pitched up against one of the latest and greatest Ducati superbikes, the Ducati 1198s. Of course, the winner was the...

Ferrari News

CarAdvice podcast 121: Full coverage on 2019 Toyota Supra!

On the podcast this week are Mandy Turner, Mike Stevens, and Scott Collie. In car news, we cover off all the Toyota Supra information, along with details about the Mercedes-AMG A35 and Audi e-tron Quattro. Also, pricing and specs for the Ford Focus have been released, and we cover Ferrari's five-year plan – which includes an SUV...

Ferrari 'Purosangue' SUV, 15 new models, V6 hybrid coming by 2022

Ferrari has unveiled its latest five-year plan at its Capital Markets Day overnight, detailing its model strategy, plans to electrify its lineup, and the name of its first-ever crossover. The company will base its new models on two architectures: one with a mid-engine layout, the other with a powertrain located up front behind the axle, feeding a transmission on the rear axle...

Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 unveiled

The Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 were unveiled overnight, as the company presented its new five-year model plan to investors. The single-seat Monza SP1 and two-seat Monza SP2 are the first models in the company's new super-exclusive range of Icona limited-edition models "aimed at dedicated clients and collectors". Both cars are powered by a 6...

Carbon Revolution: Geelong wheel maker to gain 500 employees

Carbon Revolution, supplier of lightweight wheels to Ford Performance and Ferrari, will grow its staff and warehouse space in Geelong, as it prepares to ramp up production. The extra 500 employees will almost triple the brand's workforce, and push its annual production capacity from 10,000 to more than 150,000 wheels...

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Ferrari Owner Reviews

1993 Ferrari 348 TS review

The Ferrari 348 by every measure was a better-performing car than the one it replaced, the Ferrari 328. Horsepower, acceleration and top speed were all vastly improved. Yet, journalists constantly regurgitate the same story about it being the car having flaws and Ferrari's (then) new CEO bagging its performance...

2015 Ferrari California Review

With an additional T on the badge means this facelifted version of the Ferrari California is turbocharged now, the first turbocharged Ferrari road car since Ferrari F40 of 1987. Performance and Handling The brand new 3.9L twin-turbo engine replaces the previous 4.3L naturally aspirated V8 engine. With extra twin-turbo, the downsized engine produces more power and torque, up to 412kw and 755NM...

1979 Ferrari 308 Review

As a child I used to play with Matchbox cars. Probably my favourite would have been the Ferrari, which I now know was a 308 GTB. It was aggressive and confident; masculine yet feminine. It just stood out amongst all my other cars. So much so, in fact, that I've always identified myself as a Ferrari guy, as opposed to Lamborghini people, who grew up with Countach and Diablo posters adorning their bedroom walls...

2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Review

Wow. what a car. The Ferrari 458 Speciale. They've add a few more things to make it just that little bit more better. when I heard that the 458's days were numbered with the new 488GTB coming in to replace it....I thought its now or never. So I went for it. And to this very day, I haven't yet regretted the choice...

Ferrari Galleries

Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 unveiled

2019 Ferrari Portofino review

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