The Geneva Motor Show is most commonly associated with high-end sports car debuts. This year, stunners like the Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari California T and McLaren 650S all made their global debuts. SEE ALSO: Top 10 Cars of the 2014 Geneva Motor Show Rare as those cars are, there’s something even more unusual on display. After…
Ferrari is an Italian high end performance car maker with a rich history in racing. Ferrari builds so called super cars that offer race car handling and agility in a street legal package. Ferrari has some iconic models such as the Enzo, and F40. Upcoming models to watch: F12 Berlinetta
Each year, dozens of exotic car manufacturers flock to Switzerland for the Geneva Motor Show, and 2014 was no different. Last year saw the world premieres of the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1 and Lamborghini Veneno. Could this year’s lineup of debuts compete? Browse our gallery and judge for yourself. SEE ALSO: 2014 Geneva Motor Show…
Does a convertible, turbocharged Ferrari sound like the car of your dreams? Well, it’s a reality now with the 2015 Ferrari California T.
The folks at Ferrari are really upping their game with the brand-new California T, like they needed to get any crazier… The car just made its glorious debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Once again, Ferrari is being named the most powerful brand in the world.
Earlier this week, Ferrari unveiled its 2014 California T model ahead of its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, and now the Italian automaker has shared a video of its latest exotic.
The 2014 Ferrari California T has been officially revealed ahead of its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Ferrari has released one last teaser before the Italian automaker reveals something to us on February, 12.
A 1957 Ferrari Testa Rossa has become the most expensive car ever sold in Britain at $39 million.
Ferrari is teasing what could be the latest version of its “entry-level” hardtop convertible: the California.
A rare race car driven by Michael Schumacher crossed the Barrett-Jackson auction block today, earning $1.7 million and a round of applause as it revved up to 18,000 rpms.
As it tends to do around this time, the year is steadily drawing to a close; 2013 is dwindling like a tiki torch running out of citronella-scented oil. The last flickers are smoldering, but she burned brightly for 12 months so the end is not in vain. Lots of important car news broke through the…
Last year, a Ferrari California mule was spotted testing with a turbocharged engine and it appears that the powerplant will make its way to the next-generation model.
Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo likes the idea of Ferrari re-entering the prototype class of sports car racing.
According to a recent report, the 2013 allotment of the Ferrari 458 Speciale is already all spoken for.
It’s that time of year again; time for extended families to cram together around an all-too-small table, eat themselves into a food coma, argue over football and be told by countless relatives how they should be living their lives. Yup, it is time to give thanks.
The Ferrari 458 Speciale is a special machine, and it even looks better in motion.
Ferrari has unveiled a one-off 458 Italia inspired by the Formula 1 race car driven by Niki Lauda in the 1970s.
Ferrari has announced an upgraded version of its 458 Challenge Evoluzione, which is used in the Italian automaker’s one-make series.
Yet another SEMA Show gone by, yet another million plus square feet of sheer custom car insanity.
Last year, Liberty Walk surprised the SEMA Show with its custom Lamborghini Murcielago. This year, the Japanese-based company is back in Las Vegas with two supercars: A Ferrari 458 and a Nissan GT-R.
He’s one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood. Over the course of his career he’s starred alongside quite a few good men; you could say he’s something of a Maverick, but the only thing that’s certain is he’s a Scientologist. Now rumor has it Tom Cruise will be playing the legendary Carroll Shelby in an…
Patent drawings of an unidentified Ferrari were picked up by the automotive media today with no associated information.
The Ferrari 250 GTO continues its reign as the world’s most expensive car, with a 1963 racer selling for $52 million.