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Ferrari Cars

Keeping up with the ever changing names of Ferrari models can be a bit daunting. As one of the world’s most storied automakers, Ferrari is constantly updating and improve the brand’s cars. Currently The lineup consists of two mid-engine supercars, the F8 Tributo and the 296 GTB. Both are powered by a turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 that makes in excess of 700 hp. Ferrari’s current hypercar is the SF90 Stardale that uses hybrid plug-in technology and all-wheel drive to hit 0 to 60 mph in well under the claimed 2.5 seconds.

Those looking for a bit more of a relaxed driving experience, there is the Ferrari 812, available as a GTS or a Competizione. Calling a car with a V12 under the hood that makes 789 hp or 819 hp relaxed is a bit of a stretched, but the 812 is more of a grand tourer than the vehicles mentioned above. 

If carrying extra passengers is a must, there are a pair of 2+2 Ferraris available. The Roma is a hardtop coupe while the Portofino M is a drop top convertible. Both are equipped with a 612 hp turbocharged V8. But for even more passenger space, look for the brand’s first SUV, the Purosangue, to arrive later this year. 

 
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