Category: Ferrari

Ferrari GTC4Lusso: Experience a New World

The Ferrari GTC4Lusso is a radical new representation of innovation, sportiness and style. Powerful and luxurious, the new Ferrari 12-cylinder marries four-wheel drive with four-wheel steering delivering unparalleled control and performance in any conditions. The groundbreaking GTC4Lusso is an elegant beast with the V-12 engine delivering a maximum output of 681 horsepower at 8,000 rpm, … Continued

The New Turbo V8 Retractable Convertible Delivers a Best in Category 560 HP

The California T is a perfect example of Ferrari’s DNA: sporty, elegant and versatile. The completely new 8-cylinder turbo engine delivers blistering performance, combined with the elegance of classic Ferrari proportions and aerodynamic sleekness for heightened handling. The retractable hard top effortlessly transforms from a coupe to spider, and in combination with the 2+ configuration … Continued

Ferrari GTB provides track-level performance for everyday use.

Forty years after the unveiling of its first ever mid-rear-engined V8 model, the 308 GTB, the all new Ferrari 488 GTB marks a new chapter in the Prancing Horse 8-cylinder history. The 488 GTB delivers unparalleled, track-level power and responsiveness that can be enjoyed to the full even by non-professional drivers in everyday use. An … Continued

963HP for only 499 People on Earth

The LaFerrari is an unmatched supercar sporting a total 963 Horsepower that delivers a blistering top speed of over 219 mph, and accelerates from 0-62mph in under 3 seconds. Combining the best of Ferrari GT and F1 technologies LaFerrari is Ferrari’s first ever hybrid vehicle. The hybrid system fits within the wheelbase creating a perfectly … Continued

The F12berlinetta is the most powerful high performance Ferrari ever built.

With brilliantly balanced weight distribution and impeccable styling, the F12berlinetta 12-cylinder engine delivers 740 Horsepower, 0-62mph acceleration in 3.1 seconds; and a top speed of over 211 mph. On top of pure performance figures, it is incredibly fluid. Weight distribution is ideal (54% at the rear) with a lower center of gravity moved rearward toward … Continued