For decades, the California has typified all what Ferrari stands for; the design work is the epitome of elegance, class and sexiness, while the engineering within the exterior screams aggression, power and grit. But, within the automotive industry, models don’t last forever, why do you think classics sell for millions at auction due to their demand and authenticity?
In recent times, Ferrari have tirelessly objected to the idea of branching out into other markets and adding an SUV or EV to its production line. However, it seems they’ve now recognized the value of expanding, and have decided to manufacturer both types in the foreseeable future.
As part of their 70th birthday Ferrari have released the new FXXK Evo. It was first unveiled at the Finali Mondiali event at the Mugello Circuit in Tuscany.
Ferrari 250 GTO Concept Rendering
Hublot has teamed up with Ferrari and released a special edition timepiece called the MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire.
Ferrari has unveiled an all new Hybrid Hypercar with a V12 Hybrid engine with 1,035 Horsepower and torque exceeding 664 lb/ft.
Ferrari announced recently that it plans to cut production of Ferrari cars by 400 units this year in order to make Ferrari cars more exclusive. From the outside one might think that owning a Ferrari is already exclusive and not just from the price tag either.
So far the LaFerrari debut has turned more heads and made more buzz than any other unveiling so far at the Geneva Motor Show. Ferrari only plans to build around 500 of Enzo successor with an expected price tag of around $1.3 million. Using HY-KERS hybrid technology, the LaFerrari is equipped with a 6.3-liter 789 horsepower V12 engine and a 160-hp electric motor for a combined 949 hp and 663 lb-ft of torque. With its power and carbon fiber chasses, making for a lighter, stiffer ride, the LaFerrari goes from 0 to 62 miles per hour in less than three seconds and reaches a top speed of 205 MPH.
Are you green with envy over your neighbor’s new supercar? According to a study conducted by AXA—an insurance company headquartered in New York—you shouldn’t be. The company’s Annual Motoring Survey found that while luxury car owners enjoy driving more than non-luxury car owners, the same can't be said about exotic car owners. Apparently, only 57% of Ferrari owners told AXA that they enjoyed driving compared to 68% of Ford owners and 64% of Toyota owners. Makes sense, right?
This year’s Geneva Motor Show will take place between March 7th and 17th in Geneva, Switzerland. Like always, there will be a number of vehicles making their debuts at the show. One of the debuts we are particularly excited about is the McLaren P1’s. Successor to the British automaker’s F1 supercar, the long-awaited P1 is rumored to have a starting price around $1.2 million. McLaren will likely only make about 500 copies of the car, which they hope will be a direct competitor to Ferrari’s upcoming Enzo replacement. Coincidentally, the F150—as Ferrari’s been calling it—is also scheduled to debut in Geneva.