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Ferrari to launch first electric vehicle in 2025 – report

Ferrari is preparing to launch its first all-electric model in 2025, according to CEO John Elkann. During the company's Annual General Meeting overnight, the Ferrari boss told shareholders "We are continuing to execute our electrification strategy in a highly disciplined way," British publication Auto Express reports...

2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV renders appear online

The 2022 Ferrari Purosangue has been rendered by Photoshop artist Giorgi Tedoradze, hinting at what the controversial high-performance SUV may eventually look like. Tedoradze – who is not professionally associated with the Ferrari brand – imagines the high-riding Purosangue with sleek running lights on the nose, and an Aston Martin DBX-inspired rear...

Cars from five classic films set to go under the hammer

An extensive collection of vehicles used on the set of classic films – including Fast and Furious, Ford vs Ferrari, The Green Hornet, Ghostbusters, and Indiana Jones – have come onto the market in the USA, courtesy of auction house Volo Cars. The replica 1963 Corvette Grand Sport shown below was one of 12 built for the Fast and Furious franchise...

Paddle-shifters are crap (mostly)

When Ferrari’s engineers gave the world paddle-shifters back in 1997, little could they have imagined the F1-derived technology would find its way onto 21st century delivery vans. But, that’s exactly what’s happened, which prompted me to think ‘what’s the point?’ The Ferrari F355 F1 was the first production car in the world to feature a semi-automatic transmission with gear changes effected via paddle-shifters...

The 10 quickest cars for sale in Australia in 2021

As it turns out, identifying the quickest cars in Australia for 2021 is not an easy feat. Not only do they need to be available locally, they also need to meet our criterion of completing the 0-100km/h sprint in under three seconds. You may be expecting to see brands such as BMW, Audi and Mercedes, but interestingly, they don't make the cut...

Around the tracks: Shannon Noll is now a car reviewer (apparently)

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand new, others have been online for a while. Enjoy them – just not too much, okay? 1...

Six (almost) affordable exotics currently for sale in Australia

The price of used cars has skyrocketed since the COVID-19 pandemic began, however there are still bargains around if you know where to look. Here are six exotic luxury and performance classics currently listed in the Australian classifieds for significantly less than you might have expected..

Ferrari returns to Le Mans for the first time since 1976

Ferrari is preparing to enter the top-tier category at Le Mans for the first time since 1976. The legendary Italian manufacturer has confirmed it will compete in the 2023 Hypercar series, which is set to replace LMP1 as the world’s premier endurance category. Specific details remain scant, however the company says an announcement on the car and its drivers can be expected in the coming months...

Ferrari 'F171' hybrid V6 supercar due In late 2021 with 522kW – report

Ferrari looks set to launch a new supercar powered by an all-new, hybridised V6 producing over 500kW by the end of 2021, according to overseas reports. British magazine Car reports the new mid-engined model – codenamed F171 – is due in late 2021, and will debut the brand's first V6 engine since the Dino ended production in 1974. Displacing 3...

Sebastian Vettel puts Ferrari collection up for sale

Former Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel has offered his Ferrari collection for sale, as he ends a turbulent relationship with the Ferrari F1 team. The decision to offload his extensive collection – which includes a number of very rare Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW models – was announced by exotic car dealer Tom Hartley Junior on social media...

2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV caught on camera again 

The 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV has been caught on camera again, however we still don’t know what it will look like because it is wearing a Maserati Levante body covered in tape as a heavy disguise. The bodywork has been modified to mirror the weight and proportions of the Ferrari SUV, but not the detailed design. However, the images do provide some small clues...