When you combine an Aston Martin One-77 and Ferrari 458 Italia, the 612 GTO by Sasha Selipanov from Berlin, Germany. With the 488 GTB being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month, it may not be too long until Ferrari decides to release a successor to the F12 Berlinetta. However, this next model might not be powered by a V12, but rather a twin-turbocharged V8 or V10 engine. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today.
We all know the next Batman film, starring Ben Affleck as The Dark Knight, won't feature a Ferrari-designed Batmobile, but if the Maranello, Italy-based company did make one, it'd probably look something like this satin black monster. It's powered by a 6.3L V12 that churns out 789bhp @ 9,000rpm and 516 lb-ft of torque @ 6,750 rpm, paired to a 161 bhp) KERS unit for short bursts of extra power. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today.
Here's yet another look at the ultra sleek F80, designed by by Adriano Raeli. Similar to the LaFerrari and Enzo, it takes many design cues its predecessors, or more specifically, the sharp nose, an aggressive and long rear. Not just a looker, Ferrari may use the LaFerrari's V12 engine, a hybrid 900hp twin-turbo V8 engine paired with a 300hp KERS system. The designer stressed that even if it does end up using a smaller engine, that won't equate to less power. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Are you one of Ferrari's best customers, and already have the LaFerrari, Enzo, 458 Speciale, etc.? Then you just might be offered the opportunity to purchase a Ferrari FXX K. If you're wondering what the "K" means, it refers to the kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) that works in conjunction with its monstrous engine to produce 1,035 hp, 663 lb-ft of torque. To achieve this rating, Ferrari upgraded the camshafts, modified the valve train with mechanical tappets, redesigned the intake manifolds and then installed a modified exhaust system without silencers, making it a track-only vehicle. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
You'd think a watch that costs $300,000 would at the very least have a hologram projection option, but not the Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari. Limited to just 50-units worldwide, this timepiece comes with a sapphire crystal face, shaped to be reminiscent of the car's outline, and a total of 637 components powering the movement of the watch. That's not all, the MP-05 features a 50-day power reserve, a world record for hand-wound Tourbillon wristwatches. Eleven series-coupled barrels, set in a spine formation down the center of the watch, work together to keep the watch turning for up to seven weeks at a time. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and manufactured race cars before moving into production of street-legal vehicles as Ferrari S.p.A. in 1947. In 2014 Fiat announced its intentions to sell its share in Ferrari, as of the announcement Fiat owned 90% of Ferrari. Throughout its history, the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing, especially in Formula One, where it has had great success. Ferrari road cars are generally seen as a symbol of speed, luxury and wealth. Continue reading for a rare look inside its Maranello headquarters in an extensive National Geographic documentary.
Limited to just 6-units worldwide, and requiring an invitation (previous Ferrari customers) to purchase one, the Ferrari Sergio just might be the most exclusive model yet. It's based on the 458 Spider platform and boasts a V8 engine that churns out 562hp, rocketing it from 0-62 mph in just 3.4 seconds, topping out at 199 mph. Continue reading for more pictures and another video.
Limited to just 10-units in the US (all spoken for) and priced at $2.5-million, the Ferrari F60 America is one of the most (f not the most) expensive production model yet. The name is a homage to 60 years of Ferrari selling their cars in the country. It's powered by the same 6.3L V-12 engine as found in the F12 Berlinetta, producing 729 horsepower at 8,500rpm, rocketing it from 0-60mph in just 3.1-seconds. "The F60 America's personality is instantly clear from its flanks, which are characterized by an innovative diapason design theme. The front of the car is dominated by the classic Ferrari single front grille with chrome finish and integrated air intakes for the brakes," says a company rep. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of RomoCart, or how one geek transformed his home into a real Mario Kart circuit.
It's only a matter of time before shops start creating F80 replicas - like this LaFerrari replica from China, but for those with more money than they know what to do with, here's yet another toy to add to your shortlist. The Ferrari F80 boasts hybrid drivetrain that consists of KERS (Kinetic Energy Recovery System) paired with a twin-turbo V8 engine to generate 1,200 horsepower. It will purportedly weigh just 1763-pounds, enabling the hypercar to sprint to 62 mph in just a mere 2.2-seconds, topping out at 310mph. No word yet on pricing, but expect to shell out a minimum of $2.2-million (if you're a preferred Ferrari customer) when it's launched. Continue reading for more images and a special LaFerrari video.
Most auto enthusiasts will be able to spot a replica from a mile away, but this Ferrari 458 Italia clone just might be the exception. Priced at $84,000 USD, the UK-based seller claims that it's the only "true 1:1 ratio build in the country" and it's powered by a 2.5L V6 engine for efficiency. Apparently, everything else is "genuine Ferrari parts", and after viewing the interior, we'd have to agree. Continue reading for more images.