Ferrari’s new 12-cylinder merges innovation, versatility, performance, sportiness and elegance into one dynamic package, making every new journey a different experience. Driven solo or with all four seats occupied, it opens up a new world of driving possibilities.
Marking a return to the classic Ferrari designation of 488 (indicating the engine’s displacement), the 488 GTB (Gran Turismo Berlinetta) delivers extreme power and unparalleled performance. The exceptional engine and sophisticated aerodynamics combine with refined dynamic controls improve the responsiveness to almost rival track-car levels.
Ferrari's new 2017 California T is a gorgeous roadster that is arguably more accessible to the everyday Ferrari driver (is that a thing?) than the 488 GTB. It's still all Ferrari though, assures The Car Connection in a new review.
As a hardtop convertible, the California T's cabin merges the best of the roadster and coupe worlds, with a well-built, sturdy feel to the interior that hasn't always been typical of Ferrari. Passenger room is good up front, but the plus-two rear seats are best reserved for children or extra gear. There's a new seat…
In 2014, Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) bought a total 8.2 million emissions credits from Tesla, Honda, and Toyota in order to offset not having hybrid models in production, before the introduction of the new LaFerrari.
Ferrari has announced plans to open its third theme park in China.
In a deal with China's Beijing Automotive (BAIC) and its Eternaland Property Co., Ferrari has signed a non-binding agreement to open its third installment of Ferrari World. While details on the location aren’t confirmed at the moment, it has been mentioned that the park will be built near a "primary city" in China.
If there is a Ferrari sports car that's perfect for everyday, around town living, the new 2016 California T may be it, so concludes Kelley Blue Book® in a recent review. Click "play" in the video clip below to watch the full report.
The engine in the California T is quintessential Ferrari, of course: a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 that "only" generates 553 horsepower and 557 pound-feet of torque - sufficient, at least, to get to the beach or the market. The T is, of course, a gorgeous Ferrari, and delivers a similar driving experience, from its superb handling to…
1898: "Enzo Anselmo Ferrari is born on the outskirts of Modena on the 18th of February 1898. However, his birth isn’t registered until two days later because of heavy snow... Enzo’s father owns a small metal engineering company employing around 30 people which builds bridges and roofs for the state railways."
Are you ready to walk around with a permeant smile on your face? The Ferrari GTC4Lusso is everything you could ever want out of a Ferrari, extremely fun and even, dare we say... practical. You can fly around the track in the morning then take the family out for dinner in the evening, all the while the kids will be the envy of the school when they’re picked up in this beast.
"The bobsled made by Ferrari for the Italian national team has been selected to help test out the new Olympic run at Pyeongchang, which will host the Winter Olympic Games in 2018. The bobsled was delivered this morning to driver Patrick Baumgartner who’ll be putting it through its paces at the Alpensia Sliding Centre in Korea between February 29 and March 9."