If there’s something you know about cars, then you know that Ferraris are one of the car kings. Truly, they’re masterpieces. If you’re obsessed with luxury cars, it’s only normal that one of these is your heart’s desire to drive. [Read More]
The Ferrari 458 Speciale A makes its world debut at the 2014 Mondial de l’Automobile in Paris. A limited edition special series of just 499 cars, the new model enhances the sublime pleasure of Ferrari drop-top driving [Read More]
The newest addition to the stand at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the Ferrari 458 Speciale, an extreme sports car that joins the Coupé and Spider versions of the multi-award-winning Ferrari 458.
The wraps are finally off the LaFerrari. The Prancing Horse’s eagerly-anticipated limited-series special, of which just 499 will be built, made its world debut at the Geneva International Motor Show. [Read More]
Thanks to the services offered by Ferrari Classiche, today Ferrari collectors have access to the most authoritative restoration expertise to return their cars to original factory condition and people planning to buy a classic Ferrari as assured by the certification programme that their planned purchase will be of a genuine car.
Legendary supercar maker and the most successful team in Formula One, Ferrari, is celebrating 60 years in Australia this year and it will launch the celebrations with a multi-million dollar parade of 60 Ferraris at the Australian Grand Prix on Saturday 17 March. [Read More]
Ferrari debuts the Ferrari California ‘Handling Speciale’ at The Geneva Motor Show. The Ferrari California HS has a reduction of weight of 30 kg and an increase in power output of 30 CV. The Ferrari California HS will arrive in Australia and New Zealand towards the end of 2012 [Read More]
The launch of the Ferrari F12berlinetta ushers in a new generation of Ferrari 12-cylinder supercars in the form that delivers unprecedented performance from an exceptional new engine, combined with innovative design that redefines classic themes along with extreme aerodynamics [Read More]
The all-new four wheel drive Ferrari FF, is making a flying visit to Australia prior to its full launch in early 2012 so that prospective owners may see the unique supercar. The question though on everyone’s lips..Is this the least beautiful Ferrari ever built?