A new report has revealed that Ferrari could be making a decision on returning to Le Mans by as early as the end of this year.
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
Originally making its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari LaFerrari has kept itself out of the spotlight for several months and now rumor has it the Italian automaker is still finalizing the production model.
Ferrari will bring three bespoke vehicles to the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed this year.
Would you believe that Ferrari employees are actually quiet introverts? Seems unlikely, but the brand is making an effort to get its employees talking.
Hertz has announced its Dream Car Program, which will allow car renters the opportunity to get behind the wheel of their dream luxury or exotic vehicle.
Two of the world’s most sought after exotics are up for sale, and adding to the two vehicles is the fact that they’re owned by Michael Schumacher.
A rare 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta Competizione by Pininfarina was sold at a recent RM Auctions at Villa Erba for a cool $12.7 million (€9.856.000).
Ferrari is expected to unveil a hardcore version of its 458 Italia (above), likely the Scuderia version, at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
John Lennon’s first car, a 1965 Ferrari 330GT, is heading to a Bonhams auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 12, 2013.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo and Tesla CEO Elon Musk should be locked in a windowless room together with cameras rolling.
Ferrari Chairman Luca di Montezemolo is looking to increase the exclusivity of the Italian automaker’s offerings rather than growing volume to protect its margins and residual values for its customers.
After an expansion of the Ferrari Classiche division in Italy, the exotic car maker is now considering further growth of its classic car workshop, with the U.S. as a front-runner for a second facility.
Perhaps Ferrari took a few notes at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, where arch-rival Lamborghini unveiled its extreme Veneno, thereby stealing some of the spotlight the LaFerrari.
Hybrid technology is improving at an impressive rate and is continuing to find its way into more and more vehicles. A significant number of new and exciting hybrids are coming to market this year and early next. No, these aren’t all Prius wannabes. There are some interesting cars on the way, like the ultra efficient…
Timepiece manufacturer Hublot continues building on its relationship with Ferrari, releasing a LaFerrari-inspired MP-05 Tourbillon.
A police fleet with a Lamborghini Aventador wouldn’t be complete without a Ferrari counterpart; and that’s exactly why the Dubai Police Fleet has added a Ferrari FF.
Despite having a dumb name, the LaFerrari is nothing short of awe inspiring.
By now, if you have any sort of love for automobiles, you’ve seen the Ferrari LaFerrari’s official launch video; and if you haven’t, you better check it out first.
Jim Glickenhaus has announced that he’ll be working on a one-off Ferrari P33, the successor to the Ferrari P4/5 that he originally commissioned in 2006.
If the rumors are true, Ferrari is finally starting to take orders for the 458 Monte Carlo which sits above the Italia.
The first Ferrari F12 Berlinetta to hit American soil has been delivered to its owner, Larry Roth, who won the Hurricane Sandy Auction late last year.
Lego has teamed up with Ferrari to produce a truly awesome toy; the world’s first full-scale model of a Ferrari Formula 1 race car.
What’s the most important step a manufacturer undertakes when creating a new car? Building a great chassis? Getting the interior ergonomics right? Providing the perfect drivetrain to complement the new product? Nope. All wrong. The really, really important factor for any new car is getting the name right. All joking aside, a vehicle’s name is…
According to a recent study conducted in the United Kingdom, only 57 percent of Ferrari owners actually found driving their exotic supercar entertaining.