It's only a matter of time before supercar manufacturers team up to produce some out of this world limited edition models, and the Ferrari Celeritas 2.0 could be one of them. Think of it as a Bugatti Chiron crossed with the upcoming LaFerrari Spider, with its open-top design and large wing for extreme downforce at high speeds. In the cabin, you'll find a classic gated shifter and a touchscreen infotainment display. Continue reading for more pictures.
Ferrari Enzo designer Ken Okuyama debuted his Kode57 supercar at Monterey Car Week. This mid-engined supercar comes equipped with a 600-horsepower V12 engine, while its name pays tribute to 1957, a year when such iconic vehicles as the Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa and Jaguar XKSS were released. To keep things on the ground, Novitec Rosso provides a fully adjustable suspension - up to 45mm in ride height - paired with a sticky set of Pirelli P Zero tires. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling and funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing a simulation of what would happen if Pluto crashed into the Earth.
This isn't just some wrap, but an actual LaFerrari with a Nero DS Opaco paint job straight from the factory. It was spotted at a Tokyo car show by Instagram user Bugatiking1640, and could be one of the only factory examples to be spotted in the wild. Underneath its stealthy exterior, you still get a 6.3L V-12 engine generating 788-horsepowr and a 161-horsepower electric motor, which work in tandem to produce a total output of 949-horsepower. This is good for 0-60 in a mere 2.4-seconds, 0-124 in under 7-seconds, and 0-186 in a flat-out 15-seconds, while topping speeds in excess of 217mph. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny video game pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of NASA building a massive rocket fuel tank in just 60-seconds.
Deadpool may not be known for his fancy cars, but he wouldn't look out of place in DMC's Ferrari 488 GTB Orso. Featuring a black and red design, it boasts a host of carbon-fiber elements, including a revamped front lip, side aero skirts and a diffuser. However, the vehicle's stand-out points are the two TUV-approved and certified rear wings. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
You can find just about everything on the online classifieds website Craigslist, but rarely do auto enthusiasts list high-priced collector vehicles, such as this 1990 Ferrari F40 with just 2,000-miles on the odometer. It's been awarded Ferrari Classiche Certification, meaning that the car is original, and has not been tampered with, including its amazing 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. Click here for more images of this pristine F40. Continue reading for a video of the F40 taking on an F50.
You'll find plenty of LaFerraris painted yellow, red or gloss black, but rarely are any spotted in rare colors, such as this one, coated in Nero DS Opaco. Limited to just 3-units worldwide, this model has only 211-miles on the odometer, but unfortunately, will set you back at least $4-million-plus when it hits the auction block next month in Monterey, California. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Ferrari FF is the Italian automaker's first production four-wheel drive model, and the body style has been described as a shooting-brake - a type of sporting hatchback/estate car with two doors. Despite being a hatchback, it still has a top speed of 208 mph and accelerates from 0-62mph in just 3.7-seconds. Rain Prisk Designs shows us what this model would look like as an off-road SUV. Continue reading for more awesome supercar concepts by Rain Prisk and Khyzyl Saleem. Click here for a few bonus concepts.
Even though the LaFerrari Spider hasn't officially been announced yet (Paris Motor Show in October), pre-orders from previous customers have already accounted for the entire production run. It products a combined 950-horsepower from 6.3L V12 and its 120 kW electric motor, enabling the hypercar to go from 0-60 time in just 2.4-seconds, while topping out at 217 mph. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone dropping an iPhone 6S slabbed in concrete from 100-feet above ground.
Adriano Raeli, a 28-year-old automotive designer, speaks up about this famed Ferrari F80 hypercar concept, which is touted to have a top speed of 300mph if it were to ever go in production. "I wanted to create something striking before graduation [at the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, Calif.], and what better way than to come up with a hypercar concept. Enzo Ferrari had always been a great inspiration for me, and I wanted to pay tribute to this great idol of the automotive world. My goal was to design a car that would be up to his standards as well as those of Pininfarina, which I have also always admired. I truly wanted the project to express my inner passion for the automotive arts," said Raeli. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a ball python getting confused on a blanket and not moving an inch.
For those who aren't supercar fanatics, the Ferrari Enzo boasts a carbon fiber shell, and the only specimen to leave the factory in "naked" condition has been acquired by Exotic Motors Midwest. Limited to only 400 units worldwide, this hypercar was built as a tribute to Mr. Ferrari, and powered by a 6.0L V12 tuned to 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.