The annual supercar extravaganza known as the Geneva International Motor Show is still weeks away, but Ferrari‘s debutant for that event has been released early in response to leaked photos posted by Autocar.jp. Continue reading THIS IS THE ALL-NEW 488 PISTA, AND IT COULD BE THE FASTEST FERRARI EVER
It sounds like sacrilege: a four-wheel-drive Ferrari with snow tires, back seats, and—wait for it—a hatchback. What the hell is going on here? Was the storied Italian supercar manufacturer taken over by Subaru?
When Japanese designer Ken Okuyama designed the Ferrari Enzo and P4/P5 while working for Pininfarina in Italy, it probably never occurred to him that one day he would design the world’s most luxurious excursion train.
Ferrari marks the 70th anniversary of prancing horse V12 power with a new 6.5-liter engine that produces 789 horsepower for the new 812 Superfast. The front-engined V12 flagship, replaces the F12berlinetta and F12tdf in the lineup, makes it first public appearance at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
Unsurprisingly, it turns out Sergio Marchionne wasn’t kidding about the LaFerrari Spider. If you were one of the lucky 499 who purchased the original LaFerrari coupe, you are likely already in line for seconds, but for those who weren’t at the super-exclusive preview, the Italian automaker just revealed the convertible hypercar ahead of its Paris debut.
A San Diego-based EV conversion company salvaged a charred Ferrari (they had many to choose from) by turning it into what the company claims is the first fully electric Ferrari, a 415-horsepower electric tire-crusher. It’s glorious, if a little blasphemous.