Ferrari's first plug-in hybrid is many things, not the least of which is formidably fast. It's also a technical glimpse into the supercar future.
Rarities, one-offs, and a 75th birthday present For Ferry Porsche.
How do you improve the experience of a V12 Ferrari? By removing the roof, of course.
Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid hypercar is going to be a tough act to beat.
The Ferrari Mythos concept by Italian design house Pininfarina, was by far most striking premiere at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show. This two-seater, mid-engined Barchetta was conceived as a design study, however it managed to attain legendary status among petrol heads in the following decades. Now, more than 30 years after its launch, we revisit this rare supercar and discuss its legacy...
Ferrari shoehorns its race-bred Pista engine into the new F8 Tributo to create the most powerful production V8 in the carmaker's history. But is the new sportcar king the great all-rounder Maranello hopes it'll be?
Driving a Ferrari is an event. Each and every time. Doesn’t matter if it's a trip down to Coles or a day out at the track. The simple idea of getting behind the wheel of a Prancing Horse is enough to elicit a great sense of joy from those that understand its virtue. As an owner, I still feel that sensation each time I jump behind the wheel of my Speciale...
In the year 2000, Pininfarina S.p.A, one of the biggest names in the automotive design industry, celebrated its 70th anniversary in a fitting way - revealing a Ferrari concept car at the 2000 Paris Motor Show. The Ferrari Rossa (which simply means red in Italian) was not only an anniversary prototype and a modern reinterpretation of the Testa Rossa (1958), but also a sign of things to come, showcasing the future design language of Ferrari models that followed...
Goodyear has launched a set of new performance tyres that it says will take on the very best from Michelin and Pirelli.
Yes, it's a real Ferrari.
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.