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The Ferrari Breadvan Hommage Is Almost Ready And It's Gorgeous

The Ferrari Breadvan Hommage Is Almost Ready And It’s Gorgeous

Based on the sleek 550 Maranello, this one-off build pays tribute to the 250 GT Breadvan from 1962

The Ferrari 250 GT ’Breadvan’ is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating Ferraris ever and the thing that makes us love it isn’t even that it’s one-of-a-kind, it’s simply that Enzo Ferrari himself hated the fact that it got built.

Now, nearly 60 years later, famed Dutch designer Niels Van Roij, the same guy that brought us the Tesla Model S Shooting Brake, decided to pay tribute to the ’Breadvan’ by creating a modern version of Count Volpi’s most prized possession. The fact that he used a Ferrari 550 Maranello as the base for this mad throw-back creation only makes it that much more awesome.

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2021 Ferrari SF90 Spider - All The Power and Infinite Headroom

2021 Ferrari SF90 Spider - All The Power and Infinite Headroom

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale loses top, become even sexier in Spider trim

Unveiled in 2019 as Ferrari’s first-ever plug-in hybrid, the SF90 Stradale combines a twin-turbo V-8 engine and three electric motors in an amazing 986-horsepower package. Come 2020, and Ferrari launched the SF90 version we were expecting: the SF90 Spider. Essentially a convertible version of the SF90 Stradale, the Spider offers the joy and performance of its coupe sibling with the benefits of infinite headroom.

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A Ferrari F40 and a McLaren P1? You HAVE To See This Drag Race

A Ferrari F40 and a McLaren P1? You HAVE To See This Drag Race

Quite old meets not-so-new-anymore in top-shelf race off the line

The McLaren P1 could very well be the Naomi Campbell of supercars. With such sleek, perfectly rounded shapes, the spiritual successor of the F1 looks better today, six years from its inception, than pretty much ever new car we can think of.

The Ferrari F40, launched by Maranello to mark four decades in the business of making thrilling sports cars, was a declaration of turbo force as much as it was a design masterpiece.

And now, the two are locking horns in a drag race.

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Drag Race Battle - Ferrari 812 Superfast Versus Tesla Model X P100D

Drag Race Battle - Ferrari 812 Superfast Versus Tesla Model X P100D

Old school takes on the new school!

On paper, an SUV should have no business competing against a supercar in a drag race. But the cars in question, a Ferrari 812 Superfast and a Tesla Model X P100D, aren’t exactly too far apart in the performance category. One produces 588 horsepower and 910 pound-feet of torque, while the other has 790 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque on tap. Line them side-by-side on a drag strip and the question of who wins isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds. In the end, such a race took place at the Drag Times home track of Palm Beach International Raceway. As for which car won? Watch the video and find out.

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The Man Behind the Ferrari F430 Has Some Interesting Thoughts on the Ferrari Roma

The Man Behind the Ferrari F430 Has Some Interesting Thoughts on the Ferrari Roma

The Roma might be one of the best-looking grand tourers on the market, but it’s not a perfect 10

Don’t get us wrong. We absolutely love what Ferrari did with the styling as far as the Roma is concerned. However, while acknowledging the Roma’s sleek lines, Frank Stephenson also argues that from his standpoint, it could have been even better.

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The Updated Ferrari Portofino Caries an M Badge, More Power, and a New Transmission

The Updated Ferrari Portofino Caries an M Badge, More Power, and a New Transmission

The Ferrari Portofino M revives Modificata badge with extra power and new gearbox

It’s been just a week since we spotted Ferrari testing a facelifted version of the Portofino camouflaged from nose to rear, and the Italian automaker has already unveiled the revised model. It’s called the Portofino M, and it features a range of upgrades inside and out, a beefed-up V-8 engine, and a brand-new transmission. The first Ferrari to be unveiled entirely online, the Portofino M marks the return of the "M" badge. Short of Modificata, which indicates extensive updates, this badge has been used on a couple of cars in the 1990s and 2000s. Notable examples include the 575M Maranello from 2002 and the F512 M, the third iteration of the Testarossa, in 1994.

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Here's What Made the Ferrari F50 So Intricate

Here’s What Made the Ferrari F50 So Intricate

Impressive specs and performance aside, the F50 came at a troubled time for Ferrari

Back in the early 1990s, Ferrari was facing a major crisis. The death of founder Enzo Ferrari in 1988 was still hanging heavy on the future of the brand and although successful and in high demand at first, the F40 was beginning to fade away. It was time for a new supercar to take its place and it came in 1995 as the Ferrari F50.

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Here's the Only Ferrari 812 Superfast Review You Need to Watch!

Here’s the Only Ferrari 812 Superfast Review You Need to Watch!

Just when we thought a Ferrari 812 Superfast review couldn’t surprise us anymore, this comes in

We don’t know about you, but we’re fixated on two Ferraris right now: one’s the stunning Roma and the other is the fastest and most powerful Prancing Horse to date, aka the 812 Superfast.

As it turns out, the 812 Superfast is not just, well, super fast, but also worthy of a 4K-quality 11-minute video hosted by Rory Reid. Exactly what your coffee break needed today.

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Watch Frank Stephenson Explain How He Designed the Ferrari F430!

Watch Frank Stephenson Explain How He Designed the Ferrari F430!

Frank Stephenson’s design work on the Ferrari F430 was "easy mission"

If the name Frank Stephenson doesn’t ring a bell, then shame on you. His work has shaped a lot of cars, ranging from the likes of Maserati MC12, Fiat Punto and Bravo, McLaren MP4-12C and P1, and of course, the topic of today’s video, the Ferrari F430.

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Watch Nico Rosberg Tear Up the Fiorano Track in a Ferrari Monza SP1

Watch Nico Rosberg Tear Up the Fiorano Track in a Ferrari Monza SP1

"If you go traction control off, you’re alone with God"

In case you were wondering how is life treating former F1 champion Nico Rosberg, then lavishly would be the right word to describe it. After retiring from Formula 1 in 2016, the former Mercedes driver couldn’t stay away from cars and started his own YouTube channel that amassed over 660,000 subscribers at the time of writing.

It looks like the career shift has worked like a charm for Mr. Rosberg, who’s now privileged with getting behind the wheel of some of the world’s most exclusive and expensive supercars. His latest experience involves the Ferrari Monza SP1 and the famed Fiorano test track.

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2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

There Is No Other Car In the World Like the Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Ferrari dropped the bomb. The biggest that has ever fallen on the car world scene. It is the plug-in hybrid Ferrari SF90 Stradale, a production car that is more powerful and quicker than the LaFerrari itself. Inspired by none other than the F1 car, the new Ferrari SF90 Stradale became the Ferrari-first plug-in hybrid with a propulsion technology consisting of three electric motors and an overpowered V-8. Aptly named after the Scuderia Ferrari’s 90th anniversary and, coincidentally, the 2019 Ferrari F1 car, the Ferrari SF90 Stradale is the closest to a Ferrari F1 car you can experience on public roads.

Ferrari unveiled the car at a special event where Ferrari F1 drivers Sebastien Vettel and Charles Leclerc drove two SF90 Stradale cars onto the scene.

Disclosure: this is not the Ferrari LaFerrari successor. It is a whole new car that does not follow the F40, F50, Enzo, and the LaFerrari lineage. In fact, it is far less expensive compared to any of them. Nevertheless, it is much quicker too.

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2020 Ferrari Roma

2020 Ferrari Roma

Ferrari has introduced the Roma, a car that is considered to be the most elegant and exotic Ferrari ever made. It features the latest concept of “Nuove Dolce Vita” (New Sweet Life) design that improves on a number of things, the most important of which is aerodynamics. The Roma has a traditional shark nose up front with linear LED headlights while the side profile is void of the usual side shields – a move that harkens back to the 1950s. The rear end features and active spoiler and a compact diffuser that just exudes the car’s sporty and performance-oriented nature.

The interior has an evolved version of the of the dual-cockpit concept that includes an individual cell for the driver and passenger – a design that gives the passenger the feeling of being a co-pilot. Interior materials include:

Full-grain Frau leather Alcantara Chromed aluminum Carbon fiber

Power comes from a 3.0-liter V-8 that’s good for 612 horsepower and 561 pound-feet of torque – the former of which represents a 20-horsepower increase over the car it’s based on. The Roma, in this specification, can reach 62.1 mph (100 km/h) in 3.4 seconds on the way to a top speed of 200 mph. Ferrari has yet to release pricing details, but word has it that an MSRP of at least $225,000 is expected.

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Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Ferrari F8 Spider

Wallpaper of the Day: 2020 Ferrari F8 Spider

Replace the 488 Spider on your desktop with the 2020 F8 Spider!

When Ferrari decided to replace the 488 Spider, we go the F8 Spider – a drop-top version of the F8 Tributo with a carry over of technology and chassis technology from the track-bred 488 Pista. It might not be quite as dynamic as the 488 Pista, but third V-8 powered Italian is good for 710 horsepower and 569 pound-feet of torque – enough to push 60 mph breeze through your hair in just 2.9 seconds. As the epitome of topless performance, the F8 Spider competes against the Lamborghini Huracan Spyder and the McLaren 720S Spider, but we’re so stuck on the F8’s design that we’ve decided to feature it as our wallpaper of the day. We’ve chosen our favorite and posted it below, but there’s also a gallery further down the page for you to choose your favorite from. Go ahead and pick your favorite – it’s free!

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