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The Mythical, One and Only White Ferrari Enzo Is Real, and It's For Sale!

The Mythical, One and Only White Ferrari Enzo Is Real, and It’s For Sale!

A very special, one-off Ferrari Enzo is up for grabs and it could set a new record for the most expensive Enzo

Few car brands have the connotation of special as Ferrari. The sports cars of the prancing horse are legendary, some more so than others. Among the biggest highlights of the Italian brand is the Ferrari Enzo, which was built to celebrate 60 years of Ferrari. Like all flagship Ferrari models, the Enzo was produced in limited quantities, with only 400 examples, and now, the rarest of them all is being auctioned off through RB Sotheby’s without reserve.

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Can the Ferrari Purosangue SUV Really Be a "True Sports Car?"

Can the Ferrari Purosangue SUV Really Be a "True Sports Car?"

The world loves SUVs, and Ferrari knows this very well, but will the Purosangue be a true sports car?

The Ferrari Purosangue is due to be unveiled this September, and it will possess a V-12, one of the last remaining new cars to come with such an engine as the world continues to shift towards electrification. However, with Ferrari now following everyone else in the supercar realm, such as Aston Martin with the DBX and Lamborghini with the Urus in making an SUV, will the Purosangue be a true sports car?

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All You Need is Carbon Fiber and $50,000 to Make the Ferrari SF90 Better

All You Need is Carbon Fiber and $50,000 to Make the Ferrari SF90 Better

The question is: Can you really make a car like the Ferrari SF90 better?

When Ferrari unveiled the SF90 the world was mesmerized. Except for its amazing design, the SF90 is not only Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle, but it is also more powerful and quicker than the LaFerrari. So, is there any possible way to improve a car like this? While gut wants to reply with a hasty no, the guys over 1016 Industries have a different opinion. While they decided the powertrain delivered more than enough, they wanted to make the SF90 look even better.

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Ferrari's Electrification Plans: Go Big or Go home

Ferrari’s Electrification Plans: Go Big or Go home

Ferrari essentially has until 2035 to get its EV act together

It is official; electric cars are here on everyone’s minds, and they are not going anywhere unless advancements are made in hydrogen, but that is not looking like it will happen anytime soon. The final sign of this fact is going to arrive on June 16 as Ferrari will give us all the nitty-gritty details of their step into the electric supercar and super-SUV market in a press briefing. The short story, however, is that Ferrari recently bought up land near their fabled Maranello factory with the plans to build a third production facility to focus on electric motors, EV batteries, and the development of future hybrid models.

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Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2024 Ferrari SF90 Versione Speciale

Spy Shots: An Early Look at the 2024 Ferrari SF90 Versione Speciale

It should pack more power than the SF90 and deliver improved driving dynamics

Ferrari has been testing a hardcore version of the SF90 Stradale for about a month now - at least from what we know. The first prototype was caught testing back in May around Maranello, and it seems that the Italian company is now continuing its testing session at a much higher altitude. A prototype of the SF90 Versione Speciale and a very strange-looking mule of the Ferrari Daytona SP3 were caught testing in the Alps at an altitude of approximately 2500 meters.

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10 Road-Legal Cars Powered By F1 Engines

10 Road-Legal Cars Powered By F1 Engines

These cars are have engines derived from Formula One racing and are fully street-legal

The term “race car for the road” has been abused quite thoroughly by marketers wanting to make certain cars more appealing to car enthusiasts. With that said, few things scream “race car for the road” as loud as a Formula One engine, and these 10 cars are motivated by engines based on, or developed for Formula One racing.

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The Fastest Ferraris Ever Produced

The Fastest Ferraris Ever Produced

Here’s a list of the fastest Ferraris ever produced

What is the fastest Ferrari? That’s one of the most common questions asked in the car community. However, there are so many ways to deal with this question. Is it fastest in terms of top speed or perhaps acceleration? Ferraris, however, excel in various metrics. One may have the highest top speed, but it won’t have the fastest 0-62 mph time. So, with all factors considered, here are the fastest Ferraris ever produced, ranked by their top speed, along with all the important metrics you need to know.

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The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Lego Technic Kit is 3,778 Pieces of Pure Automotive Joy

The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Lego Technic Kit is 3,778 Pieces of Pure Automotive Joy

Think you can put together all 3,778 pieces of this new Lego Technic kit?

Lego, the famous toy company from Denmark, has announced a miniature Technic kit of the breathtakingly beautiful Ferrari Daytona SP3. Although there have been multiple leaks online about the toy supercar, there is now an official statement from Lego that states the price which is €/$399.99, and it will officially go on sale in June 2022.

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Hear the Ferrari Purosangue's V-12 Pur Like a Kitten on Public Roads

Hear the Ferrari Purosangue’s V-12 Pur Like a Kitten on Public Roads

Ferrari’s first SUV should deliver in excess of 800 horsepower, and you can hear every pony

Back in March, Ferrari dropped the first teaser image of its future SUV along with the confirmation that some of the rumors about the Purosangue are true. Then, at the beginning of May, a Twitter post confirmed that in a world where everybody is going for electrification, the Purosangue will have a V-12 engine. While details about this specific V-12 are still limited, a video posted by Youtube user varryx gives us a very good idea of what the engine will sound like, and boy oh boy does it sound amazing!

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Mansory's F9XX Package Completely Transforms The Look Of The Ferrari SF90

Mansory’s F9XX Package Completely Transforms The Look Of The Ferrari SF90

It also gives the supercar a considerably power bump

Last year Mansory announced the F8XX kit based on the Ferrari F8 Tributo. This year the tuner took a step forward and came up with the F9XX - an even more impressive update offered for the Ferrari SF90. It can be applied to both coupe and spider body styles, and while its main purpose is to offer increased performance, it also improves every aspect of the exterior and the interior of the SF90.

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Ferrari SF90 VS - The Italian Automaker Prepares A More Powerful SF90 Stradale Because, Why Not?!

Ferrari SF90 VS - The Italian Automaker Prepares A More Powerful SF90 Stradale Because, Why Not?!

The hardcore SF90 will also be lighter

Ferrari and Lamborghini are known for their big, powerful V-12 engines. But V-12 engines and the new emission regulations do not go hand-in-hand, so both Italian makers are forced to make extreme changes, say good bye to V-12, and replace them with hybrid technology.

When launched, the SF90 Stradale made history: it was Ferrari’s first plug-in hybrid model featuring a propulsion technology that combines three electric motors and an overpowered V-8.

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Is A 2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Really Worth Over $5 Million?

Is A 2017 Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta Really Worth Over $5 Million?

Only has 161 miles on the odometer!

Ferrari’s classic cars are known for selling for big bucks. For example, back in 2018, a 1963 250 GTO was auctioned for $70 million, while a 1962 250 GTO found a new owner for the impressive amount of $48.4 million. The list of most expensive Ferraris also includes the 335 Sport Scaglietti ($35,7 million), the 290 MM Spider Scaglietti ($28 million), and the 275 GTB/C Speciale ($27 million).

Of course Ferrari also has some cheap models. For way less than $100k, you can get a Mondial 8, a Dino 308 GT, or even a F355.

But where exactly does the LaFerrari Aperta stand in this hierarchy?

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Bruce Banner Becomes The Hulk: We've Spied The Ferrari SF90 Stradale's Hardcore Version, And It Looks Nasty!

Bruce Banner Becomes The Hulk: We’ve Spied The Ferrari SF90 Stradale’s Hardcore Version, And It Looks Nasty!

The SF90VS will be a track-focused, hardcore version of the SF90 Stradale, but it will be street-legal

The Purosangue has been Ferrari’s spotlight-stealer in recent times. Ferrari has been busy with other projects like the one-off SP48 Unica, but the Purosangue has been the talk of the town. But, that said, we’ve spotted quite a few camouflaged projects of it in recent times. First, we saw a V12 GT Chassis test mule, and now, our spy photographers caught an early prototype for the Ferrari SF90VS. This is a hardcore version of the SF90 Stradale and is expected to be revealed in 2023. So, what’s the scoop that we have so far?

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The Ferrari Purosangue Straight Up Needed A V-12 Engine

The Ferrari Purosangue Straight Up Needed A V-12 Engine

Ferrari’s CEO implies that there just wasn’t another logical option because exclusivity is key

Right in the midst of the one-off Ferrari SP48 Unica being revealed, Ferrari released a social posting and a new webpage hinting at a new V-12 engine along with the phrase “Heart of a Thoroughbred.” Ferrari was quite vague about the engine otherwise, however, ’Purosangue’ translates to ’thoroughbred’ in Italian, so it was easy to draw a line between the two. The engine could have also been for the production version of this GT Chassis that was spotted testing in late April, but now we know for sure this V-12 will at least land in the Purosangue first.

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The Ferrari SP48 Unica Is More Than Just An F8 Tributo With A Makeover

The Ferrari SP48 Unica Is More Than Just An F8 Tributo With A Makeover

Ferrari’s latest one-off, the SP48 Unica, shares very little with the F8 Tributo, which it is based on - here are all the differences and similarities

Ferrari recently unveiled its latest one-off model - the SP48 Unica. The unique model was specially made for an old customer of the company who was involved in the development, headed by Chief Design Officer, Flavio Manzoni. Underneath the "skin", lies the platform of the Ferrari F8 Tributo. Make no mistake, however, the SP48 Unica is, for the most part, a completely different animal, and we’ll show you all the differences and what little similarities there are.

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