Sure, there's also a red Ferrari 360 limousine in the UK, but this yellow version is one-of-a-kind, and unfortunately, it failed to find a new home via an eBay auction. While this modified 2003 specimen with 31,801 miles didn't meet its $95,000 reserve, it does offer seating for up to seven passengers inside its stretched chassis. Other features include: suicide doors, retractable sunroofs, flat-screen displays, party lights, privacy windows, a new sound system and lots of leather trim. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Wheelsandmore unveils their new Deadpool-inspired upgrades for the beastly Ferrari 812 Superfast, which includes a new exhaust system, with valve flap controlled mufflers, an x-pipe, and 100-cell catalytic converters to boost output of the 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 to 808 hp and 541 lb-ft of torque. There's also a lowering spring kit and 21" FIWE, 10x21 and 12x21 front / rear wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining what would happen if it never stopped raining.
Electric GT teamed up with engineers EV West to convert a 1978 Ferrari 308GTS into an all-electric machine. First, they removed its fire-damaged V8 engine, and then replaced it with three motors and batteries capable of traveling 80 miles on a single charge. More specifically, a three-HPEVS AC-51 motor drivetrain, mated to a 5-speed G50 Porsche transaxle and limited-slip differential, good for a combined power output of 330 horsepower. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Let's face it, by 2020, the Tesla Roadster won't be the only open-top electric supercar on the road, and one possible competitor could be the Ferrari Millenio. This two-seater features a carbon nanotube reinforced body that's claimed to be stronger than steel, yet lighter than carbon fiber, along with a set of dual electric engines that can either be recharged with solar panels or through an inductive power transfer system. How much will this cost? Well, considering the Porsche 918 will set you back upwards of $1-million, expect to shell out at least that amount, or double if it's only manufactured in extremely limited quantities. Continue reading for more interesting Ferrari concepts that have been released over the years.
The Ferrari Testarossa, also known as the Type F110, is essentially a 12-cylinder mid-engine sports car manufactured by Ferrari that went into production in 1984 as the successor to the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer. It was designed by Pininfarina, and originally produced from 1984 to 1991, with two model revisions following the ending of Testarossa production and the introduction of the 512 TR and F512 M. Nearly 10,000 Testarossas, 512 TRs, and F512 Ms were produced, making it one of the most-produced Ferrari models ever. Continue reading for five more interesting facts about the supercar.
You could either spend $175,000 on a new NSX, GT3, etc., or The Official Ferrari Opus Diamante Edition. Published by UK-based Kraken Opus, The Official Ferrari Opus was released in 2011, and features 852 twenty-square-inch pages, weighing in at a hefty 80 pounds. Buyers could purchase several versions, starting with the base $4,100 Classic edition all the way up to the Diamante edition (above), which featured red leather binding, a diamond-encrusted Prancing Horse emblem, carbon-fiber clamshell case, and hand-signed pages by the Scuderia's drivers as well as Fernando Alonso. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Novitec is known for their Ferrari performance as well as body kit packages, and their latest project, the GTC4 Lusso, is definitely no slouch. This four-seat GT shooting brake comes equipped with a stage 3 performance kit, which features an engine control unit, exhaust, and a tuned V12 engine that now produces 709 hp, good for a 0-60 sprint in just 3.3 seconds. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
At first glance, this may look like a genuine Ferrari 288 GTO, but it's actually a replica based on a 1993 Toyota MR2. It does not use the supercar's original 2.8L twin-turbo V8, but rather a 3.0L V6 engine, while featuring a full fiberglass body kit, refurbished 16" alloys wrapped in new tires, a stainless steel quad exhaust system, original 288 GTO rear lights, front driving lights as well as fog lights. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Ken Okuyama, former head of design at Ferrari, took a Ferrari 599 and transformed it into "Kode57," a 702-horsepower supercar powered by a 6.0L V12 engine. Its open-cockpit design is reminiscent of classic cars from the 1950s, and the vehicle is limited to just 5 examples worldwide. Unlike the original car, this now boasts an aluminum space-frame, carbon-fiber bodywork, and a classic long-nose front. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral drone flight video of the year.
Ferrari has been known to create one-off vehicles for those willing to shell out the money, and the Tornado is one you probably haven't seen before. Envisioned by Franco Sbarro, this bizarre concept is based on a 1992 Ferrari 456 GT, and it's still powered by the same 5.5-liter V12, but now features a two-seat open cockpit layout. Continue reading for more pictures and information.