Inspired by the classic racing barchettas, the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 limited-edition special-series cars combine 1950s design with modern technology. The single-seater SP1 sports a carbon fiber front slitter, while both models boast half-doors that open upwards to provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and lots of carbon fiber components. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Ferrari is no stranger to Monterey Car Week, but the debut of their new 488 Pista Spider was unexpected to say the least. Weighing in at 3036-pounds, this convertible is powered by a twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 engine delivering 711 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque, helping it achieve a 0-62 mph time of just 2.85 seconds, and top out at 211 mph. No word yet on pricing or availability. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
What does a 1990 Nissan Sentra have in common with a Ferrari F40? Absolutely nothing, that is unless...you're talking about this Sentra-based Ferrari F40 knockoff. Priced at $5,800, the original donor car was completely stripped both inside and outside, with Ferrari-inspired parts replacing them, including the body panels, seats, as well as the wheels. Continue reading for more pictures.
Industrial designer David Gallego spent 7-months creating the Ferrari F25 Concept, an electric hypercar, that was modeled after iconic 1960s models, like the 250 LM, 330 P4, 350 Can Am, 512 S Berlinetta Speciale and 512 S Modulo Concept. Once the designs were completed, it was then 3D-printed to bring the vehicle one step closer to reality. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
A Ferrari WRC car may not be as farfetched as you think, especially this one, rendered by industrial designer Taekang Lee. Believe it or not, the 308 GTB was used in the world rally championships back in the 1970s and '80s, while the 288 GTO would have been used in Group B if the FIA did not rid of the series. The Group 4 rally Ferrari 308 GTBs first competed in 1978 and, after some initial shakedown tests, including a drive by Roberto Liviero on the 1978 Targa Florio, which proved extremely competitive in the European, Italian and French rally championships. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
No, this isn't a crashed UFO, but rather the ultra rare Ferrari 512S Modulo, a concept sports car designed by Paolo Martin of the Italian carozzeria Pininfarina. It was first unveiled at the 1970 Geneva Motor Show and is known for its extremely low and wedge-shaped body, with a canopy-style glass roof that slides forward to permit entry to the cabin of the car. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Limited to just 250-copies worldwide, this TASCHEN Ferrari book comes in its very own hand-sculpted steel and chrome stand, as well as an aluminum display case modeled after the automaker's legendary 12-cylinder engine. One caveat: the ultra limited edition book will only be offered to museums and veteran Ferrari collectors who have purchased directly from the company before. What's inside? "Unrestricted access to hundreds of photographs from the Ferrari Archives and from private collectors, to reveal the full story behind Ferrari's protagonists, victories, past, and future. A project conceived in close collaboration with Ferrari, this massive tome is a veritable collector's piece," according to a company representative. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
A tuner in the UK decided to chop a Ferrari 360 Modena in half, add some seats in the middle, and transform it into what could quite possibly the world's fastest limousine, capable of hitting 166mph. It was designed by Dan Cawley, a Manchester-based businessman who owns hire company Style Limousines, and then sold to another rental company. "Every boy wants to get into a Ferrari, this was a way for people to be able to do that with seven mates. It's the biggest and craziest vehicle you can get. We made it because we wanted to create the ultimate Ferrari experience," said Cawley. Continue reading for more strange car mods that will make you look twice, but definitely not in a good way.
Autosport Designs is giving one auto enthusiast the opportunity of a lifetime, and that is to purchase the first Ferrari F50 ever manufactured, the same one revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 1995. Not just a non-functional art piece, this vehicle was also used to create all the scale models produced by Burago, Maisto, Tamiya, Revell, and others, as well as being featured in Ferrari sales literature. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Let's face it, Ferrari has never manufactured any type of sport compact vehicle, but if the automaker were to produce such a model, it might look something like the hatchback above. This vehicle was created by industrial designer Taekang Lee and has just enough room for a twin-turbo 2.9-liter V6 engine from the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio. continue reading for more pictures and information.