The successor to the Enzo and a car Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says “defines excellence” has finally been unveiled today at the Geneva Motor Show.
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
Can’t get enough of the teasers for the Ferrari F150? Apparently neither can Ferrari.
As automotive enthusiasts worldwide wait patiently for the official unveiling of the Ferrari F150, the Italian automaker has dropped yet another teaser image of the new exotic.
Ferrari is once again teasing its next supercar, while confirming its world premiere is set for the Geneva Motor Show next week.
The Ferrari F150 will make its debut next month at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and rumor has it that pricing will start at one million euros ($1.33 million USD) before taxes.
Ferrari has achieved the highest brand rating according to the Global 500 survey, which takes a look at the financial and brand performance of major companies.
In a matter of weeks, the successor to the Ferrari Enzo will debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. It’s called the F150 internally at Ferrari, but there’s a lot more to the car than it’s obscure code-name.
Ferrari has confirmed that the successor to the Enzo, the F150, will be making its official debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Ferrari’s Enzo successor might still be a few weeks away from its Geneva debut, but a new clip below confirms the obvious: it sounds great.
As we get closer and closer to the debut of Ferrari’s next supercar, the successor to the Enzo, more details are leaking out surrounding the internally-named F150 Project.
Recently, Ferrari held a private preview of its F150 project for prospective buyers and those fortunate enough to have attended have spilled some of the supercar’s details onto the internet.
The upcoming successor to the Ferrari Enzo is known internally as the F150, and today our photographers snapped some pictures of the car testing, though it is still wearing heavy camo cladding.
Scuderia Ferrari, the brand’s racing division, is teasing its 2013 F1 race car today with a countdown.
Like the 2012 SEMA Show in America, the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon was packed with Toyota and Subaru’s latest sports car. But that’s not to say that there weren’t plenty of other attractions on the Makuhari Messe Convention Center show floor. Coming in 10th on our list of Top 10 Cars of the 2013 Tokyo…
For decades, the Tokyo Auto Salon was known as the premier auto show for customized Japanese vehicles; but over recent years, custom European exotics have found a new home in Japan.
Back in 2011, Samir Sadikhov entered the Ferrari World Design Contest and came in second place with his “Xezri” design concept. Now the designer is back with a race-ready Competizione Edition that is simply one of the best Ferraris that will tragically never become reality.
There’s a good chance Ferrari might be making a move back to turbocharging in the near future.
Teaser images of the Ferrari Enzo successor, thus far called the F70, has been thoroughly shrouded until recently when the teaser images below leaked from a presentation.
Forget the 12 days of Christmas. This is the seven days of dream garages. Trading partridges in pear trees for horsepower in sexy sheetmetal, starting today each AutoGuide editor will reveal their list of the 10 cars we’ll be asking Santa for this year, giving a little insight into our automotive preferences. Now 10 may…
Often seen as uptight, Ferrari put together a fun video thanking its fans for 10 million fans on facebook.
Ferrari has been playing coy over its upcoming F70 halo car, showing little more than bare chassis until now — at least intentionally.
As though the most powerful production Ferrari ever couldn’t get any better, the experts at German F-car tuner Novitec Rosso have just released a slew of modifications of the flagship performance machine.
Ferrari’s first U.S.-delivered F12 Berlinetta sold at auction over the weekend for $1.125 million.
The successor to the Ferrari Enzo, previously known as the F70 and codenamed internally as F150, will pack more than 800 hp and weigh as little as 2,425 lbs.