Think of the all-new Ferrari 812 Competizione as a more track-focused 812 Superfast, starting with its tuned naturally aspirated 6.5L V12 engine that can rev up to 9,500 rpm generating 818 hp and 513 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox, enabling it to hit 62 mph in a mere 2.85-seconds. To accomodate this increase in power, more heat needs to be dissipated through an improved cooling flow management. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Ferrari teased its all-new 812 Superfast Limited Edition today, and its naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 engine making 818 horsepower that is capable of revving to 9,500 rpm, thanks to anew valve timing mechanism as well as a new exhaust system. This makes it the most powerful Ferrari road car yet, topping both the Monza SP1 and SP2. The vehicle also adopts independent steering on all four wheels, extending the feeling of agility and precision when cornering as well as offering unparalleled responsiveness to steering inputs. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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When you cross a Ferrari Testarossa with a first-generation Porsche 911 Turbo, you get the bizarre Rinspeed Porsche R69 Turbo. Only twelve examples were ever made, all powered by a turbocharged 3.3L flat-six engine making 296 hp and 304 ft-lb of torque, mated to a four-speed manual transmission that sends power to the rear wheels. This particular example has 69,478-miles on the odometer and left the factory finished in Petrol Blue metallic before being repainted in Pearl White. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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Designed by Pininfarina, the Ferrari 308 GTB made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in 1975, powered by an F106 AB V8 engine making 237 hp at 6,600 rpm due to emissions control devices. Japan-based tuning shop Liberty Walk recently got their hands on one of these classic supercars and gave it a modern makeover, complete with flared wheel arches and a new body kit. To give it an ultra aggressive stance, the vehicle was equipped with an air suspension. Read more for additional pictures and a video.
If you love the Ferrari 812 GTS, then the “MANSORY Stallone GTS (MY21)” takes things to the next level. This open-top supercar was upgraded with the finest components, including lightweight carbon body parts, striking forged sports rims finished entirely in black, a powerful performance upgrade and luxurious interior modifications. The 6.5L V12 has been modified with an ECU upgrade, along with a powerful-sounding sports exhaust system, to increase power to 830 hp and 546 lb-ft of torque. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
NOVITEC is back at it again, and this time, they decided to tune the open-top Ferrari 812 GTS. On the power side, its naturally aspirated 6.5L V12 now generates 840 hp and 554 lb-ft of torque, or an extra 52 hp / 25 lb-ft respectively, thanks to sports catalysts as well as a sports performance exhaust system, complete with 4.3 in tailpipes. As for aerodynamic enhancements, the team used naked carbon components, including an upgraded front spoiler lip, a central air intake surround with two flaps that extend over the side intakes, and NOVITEC NF10 wheels. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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Industrial designer Carlos Pecino has always been enthralled with the Ferrari 308, and figured that it could use a modern makeover, called “The Brawler”. For those who don’t know this iconic supercar’s history, the Pininfarina-styled Ferrari 308 GTB made its debut at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a direct replacement for the Dino 246. Power came from a 2.9L F106 AB V8 engine equipped with four twin-choke Weber 40DCNF carburettors and single coil ignition generating 255 hp, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. Read more for additional pictures of “The Brawler”.
1016 Industries first made a name for themselves by debuting a 3D-printed McLaren 720S body kit, and now, they’ve moved onto the Ferrari F8 Tributo. Up front, it features aggressive hood vents, headlamp inserts, a sporty aero lip as well as bumper inserts. These parts aren’t just for looks, they are designed to redirect airflow toward the engine or other aerodynamic trim. Swing around toe the side, and you’ll notice sleek carbon-fiber side skirts running he length of the car. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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The Ferrari F40 (Type F120) was the company’s fastest, most powerful, and most expensive car for sale between 1987-1992. This mid-engine, rear-wheel drive supercar was engineered by Nicola Materazzi with styling by Pininfarina and the successor to the 288 GTO. It celebrated Ferrari’s 40th anniversary and was the last Ferrari automobile personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. Worldwide Vintage Autos is offering a Pontiac Fiero-based Ferrari F40 replica that won’t be fooling anyone. Read more for additional pictures and information.
A young couple from Lithuania have been fascinated with the Ferrari LaFerrari ever since it was introduced in 2013, but since then, its price tag has only skyrocketed. So, they decided to sculpt their own life-sized replica using snow, complete with red paint and other iconic touches. How long did it take? Just two-days with household tools, including a spatula and environmentally friendly paint. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a mild-hybrid powertrain like its real-life counterpart. Read more for a video and additional information.