Porsche 550 Successor Might Happen in 2017

Conversation about a Porsche 550 successor swings back and forth between production dates and delays. According to the latest from the brand, the newest projected year could be 2017.

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Government Seized Vehicles Auction Includes Rolls-Royce, Ferrari, Lamborghini

Welfare, food stamps and a revolving door of sex scandals are among the many things the U.S. government provides its citizens on a regular basis, but you might be pleased to know they have a hand in used exotic car sales too.

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Ferrari Motorcycle Sells at Auction for Almost $138,000

Most people think of low, wide-sitting coupes when the Ferrari name makes its rounds, but in this special case it’s a motorcycle bearing the iconic badge.

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SRT Viper Renders Ferrari Boss Speechless

Regarded round the world for its exotic supercars, Ferrari counts itself among the automotive elite — and for good reason. That’s why it came as such a compliment when Ferrari boss, presumably Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, stood speechless in front of the SRT  Viper.

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Ferrari 458 Spyder Tuning Package Adds Horsepower, Style and Speed

If nothing else, driving a Ferrari 458 Spyder commands attention, but tuner Novitec Rosso insists that’s not enough. It just announced a new tuning package that makes the car lighter, faster and more aerodynamic to allow a 200 mph top speed.

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Sports Car Rental Company Leads Police to International Car Thieves
Honest business: 1, international crime syndicate: 0. Eric Blumberg owns Rent-In-Style, an L.A. based high end rental car company, which offers clients an opportunity to take out premium luxury and performance vehicles for a couple hours or even a week.

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Abandoned Ferrari Enzo in Dubai Held as Evidence: Not for Sale

One of the world’s most recognizable and exclusive supercars, the Ferrari Enzo, has been wasting away in a Dubai parking lot but there’s a reason for it’s imprisonment. 

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Mid-Engine Ferrari Hybrid Flagship Confirmed For 2013 by CEO

Brace yourselves, the Ferrari hybrid is coming. Having first revealed its mid-engine HY-KERS development at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa confirmed that the future halo mid-engine hybrid supercar will officially debut in 2013.

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1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Owner's Manual Sells for $8,200

Losing an owner’s manual isn’t a big deal anymore. All the information you need is available online, either from the manufacturer or other people who dealt with the same problem, which is why paying $8,200 for such a thing might seem absurd.

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High-Speed Supercar Police Escort Prompts Investigation

A police-escorted high-speed highway run involving 30 supercars is causing a stir after public outcry over what amounts to excused law-breaking and reckless behavior. 

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Ferrari Unveils Its Latest Halo Mid-Engine HY-KERS Drivetrain- Video
Last week, patent applications from Ferrari revealed a new hybrid system for its front-engine V12 road cars. Continuously developing efficient and high performing engines at a fierce pace, Ferrari has now released details on a new mid-engine V12 hybrid powerplant at the 2012 Beijing Auto Show.

Designed specifically for the Ferrari Enzo successor slated to debut towards the end of the year, Ferrari intends for its new hybrid system to deliver a flagship that will raise a new benchmark in performance, emissions and efficiency. The HY-KERS system features two electric motors connected to batteries. While the primary electric motor mounted to the gearbox sends power to the rear wheels, the role of the secondary electric motor is to power auxiliary systems including power steering, brake servo, air conditioning and on-board systems.

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Chinese Supercar Will Get Ferrari Design Influence From Fioravanti

Notorious for stealing body styles, the Chinese automotive industry is quickly becoming the definitive source for unabashed design plagiarism. 

With a track record including obviously-bilked F-150 bodies and more recently a hodgepodge S11 supercar set to debut at the upcoming Beijing Auto Show, it’s hard to expect anything short of absolute banditry from some of China’s car companies.

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Italian Tax Evasion Crackdown Causes Sales Slump for Ferrari, Maserati

Profiling isn’t something you would necessarily picture happening to the sort of person who drives a Ferrari, but in Italy that is quickly becoming the case.

It used to be that wealthy Italians would often purchase exotic sports cars — often of the variety made in their home country, though that’s becoming less likely as the Italian government cracks down on tax fraud.

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Ferrari FF Competitor May Be Coming From McLaren

We know that McLaren is working on a successor to its F1 supercar, but now we’re getting word that McLaren is tooling away on another vehicle behind the scenes. 

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Formula 1 Braking Technology Explained by Brembo in Video

To see the latest in car technology, be sure to check out the advancements in Formula 1 cars. They have engines with incredible amounts of power, superb aerodynamics that keep these little things on the ground and safety features that keep their drivers safe in the case of a high-speed crash.

There’s still an untold story in Formula 1 cars however; the brakes. Luckily the folks over at Brembo brakes have released a video explaining the design and function of its brake technology in Ferrari’s Formula 1 cars.

Videos like this are like candy to car-geeks like us, and its our pleasure to share them with you.

Check out the video below

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