The National Highway Traffic Highway Safety Administration has slapped Ferrari with a large fine over failing to submit early warning reports.
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
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to spin of its most iconic brand into a separate company.
Ferrari fan pages are at the center of a controversial lawsuit against Facebook.
Ferrari’s celebration in North America swept the Internet by storm.
Ferrari is officially under new management this week, a shift that will mark significant changes for the prancing pony brand.
The limited-edition Ferrari 458 Speciale A is already fetching a premium.
Iconic Rodeo Drive played host to hundreds of exotic Ferrari models today in Beverly Hills, California.
Porsche’s newest 911 Carrera GTS caused the biggest buzz around this past week.
Ferrari has a new limited-production special edition model that celebrates its 60th anniversary in North America.
Sebastian Vettel is leaving Infiniti Red Bull Racing for 240 million reasons.
The man who developed the exotic Ferrari LaFerrari has been hired by BMW.
Is this the last naturally aspirated V8 Ferrari?
Ferrari brought the open top version of its most powerful naturally aspirated V8 road car ever to the Paris Motor Show this year.
Is Ferrari readying an engine for use in motorcycles?
Ferrari just confirmed that it plans to unveil the open-air version of its 458 Speciale next week at the Paris Motor Show.
The Ferrari 458 is the latest exotic to be recalled.
The images shown here were supposedly captured from an online car configurator that went live early, revealing Ferrari’s next convertible ahead of its official debut.
Exotic sports cars were at the center of this week’s most popular automotive news stories.
Ferraris are expensive. New ones, old ones, broken ones and rolled ones, they all cost a dumpster-load of cash to acquire. And the brand’s latest flagship supercar underscores this rule with a big, fat permanent marker.
Ferrari’s push into forced induction is spooling up quickly as the company draws closer to abandoning naturally aspirated V8 engines altogether.
Ferrari will be increasing its production once Sergio Marchionne takes the helm.
Yet another General Motors recall ruled the automotive news waves this week.
The U.S. will be getting its own exclusive, special edition Ferrari model.
Ferrari’s long-standing Chairman, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, has announced that he will be stepping down as of October 13th.