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To the untrained eye, this might actually appear to be a Ferrari, but upon closer inspection, some things just seem off, like the taillights. Why? That’s because it’s just a 1985 Chevrolet Camaro with a K1 Evoluzione body kit sporting Ferrari badges. Step inside, and you’ll find leather seats that were sourced from a 2000 Pontiac Firebird and digital gauges from Intellitronix. Read more
What happens when the Novitec Group gets their hands on a Ferrari 812 Superfast? They transform the front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer into one of the meanest sounding supercars yet. Aesthetically, the tuners widened the rear end by 5.5-inches) and the front by 2.75-inches with a bespoke body kit that includes a revamped carbon fiber front bumper, side skirts, and flared arches. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
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Supercar replicas are nothing new, but rarely do they come close to their real-life counterpart. Ilya Strekal may have found the best looking Ferrari 458 Italia replica yet, but the hardest part may have been tracking down an actual owner of one in St. Petersburg and having them agree to do a side-by-side comparison video. How long did it take to build? So far, it has taken the shop over 2-years to get to this point. Read more for two videos and additional information.
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Gas Monkey Garage’s Aaron Kaufman is known for his crazy supercar builds, and his latest for Daily Driven Exotics is no exception. This twin-turbocharged Ferrari F12 is unlike any other as to even fit the giant turbines, he had to completely disassemble the front end, including the inner fenders as well as cut holes in the hood. That’s not all, the throttle bodies also needed to be shifted to the front of the motor and the charge pipes relocated right down into the center of the intercooler. Read more for two videos and additional information.
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No, this isn’t the successor to the F40 and F50, but rather a limited edition roadster released in 2014 that is based on the F12 celebrating the 60-years of Ferrari in North America. Limited to just 10-units worldwide, the F60 has completely revamped bodywork, complete with a light removable soft top instead of a traditional convertible top. It also features an asymmetrical cabin design with red trim for the driver’s area and black for the passenger with a American flag centered in the backrests of both seats. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
It’s true, Fortnite parntered with Ferrari to bring their all-new 296 GTB into the battle royale game. This is also the first licensed vehicle in the game and with it comes fresh Epic Challenges for Week 7, including one where players are tasked with completing time trials in the 296 GTB. There are total of three Time Trial events to complete on the map, and all can be found in the southern half of the island. Read more for a video and additional information.
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With enough money, just about any street-legal vehicle can be turned into a stretch limousine, including the Ferrari 360 Modena. Manufactured between 1999-2005, this two-seater, mid-engine supercar is powered by a 3.6L V8 engine generating 395 hp, mated to an electrohydraulic-actuated “F1” automated manual transmission. As you step into the car via gullwing doors, you’ll find eight bucket seats to you snug. Read more for a video and additional information.
Limited to just 15-units worldwide, the NOVITEC Ferrari F8 N-LARGO could be the most brutal Tributo yet. Starting from the outside, it boasts a carbon fiber widebody kit, a large rear ducktail spoiler, a front spoiler with side flaps, NOVITEC sport springs that lower the ride height by 35mm, and NOVITEC NF10 NL forged wheels in a staggered 21-inch / 22-inch layout. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The Ferrari 296 GTB uses an all-new engine type not seen before in any other of the company’s vehicles: a 663 cv 120° V6 (654 hp) paired with an electric motor (165 hp) for a combined output of 819 hp and 546 lb-feet of torque, mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. All of this power translates to 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 205 mph. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Based on the Ferrari 488 Spider, the Ferrari J50 is limited to just ten vehicles worldwide, and one of them could be yours for a cool $3.6-million. This particular build was finished in Nero Daytona and in addition to the completely new bodywork, the engine output has been increased by 20 bhp, which means that the twin-turbocharged 3.9L V8 now generates 690 bhp. There are also two fixed roll bars behind the single front seats for added protection. Read more for additional pictures and a bonus video.