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Taiwanese Supercar Tuner Zacoe Just Released Package For The Ferrari F8 Tributo

Taiwanese Supercar Tuner Zacoe Just Released Package For The Ferrari F8 Tributo

Too bad the package is just visual

Supercar tuning companies have produced some truly wild creations over the years. The RUF Yellowbird was one of the first examples to make waves around the world when the iconic video of the modified Porsche 911 drifting its way around the Nurburgringwas released. Ever since, supercar tuners have sprung up all over the place, trying to squeeze even more performance from some of the most dynamically capable cars on Earth.

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The Cheapest Ferraris Money Can Buy Today (2022)

The Cheapest Ferraris Money Can Buy Today (2022)

Here’s a comprehensive guide to the cheapest Ferraris that money can buy today

The cheapest new Ferrari on sale today starts at over $210,000, which is a lot of money. But, what if you want the full-fat experience of owning a prancing horse without having to break the bank? Fear not because we have compiled a list of proper Ferraris that will make you look like a million bucks for the price of a new Accord!

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Ferrari Has Just Shown Off Their EV and Hybrid Plans For The Next 4 years.

Ferrari Has Just Shown Off Their EV and Hybrid Plans For The Next 4 years.

The Purosangue SUV will be powered by the 812 Superfast’s V-12

As we know, the internal combustion engine is a dying breed. The world is warming and countries all over the world passing legislation to outright ban the sale of new ICE cars. So, within the next 20 years, something has to change at a company that has had the internal combustion engine as one of its main selling points for decades. Ferrari has had many questions thrown at it in regards to the future of the company in recent years as the fabled Italian V-8s and V-12s will soon be falling out of favor. On June 16, 2022, at the Capital Markets Day presentation, Ferrari detailed their business plan for the next four years regarding their EVs, the Purosangue SUV, and other future models the company will be releasing.

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Want a Truly Analog Sports Car? This 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi is THE one to Have

Want a Truly Analog Sports Car? This 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi is THE one to Have

This 512BBi comes with very low mileage and a Ferrari-branded Pioneer cassette player

Designed by Leonardo Fioravanti at Pininfarina, the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer is a series of sports cars produced by Ferrari between 1973 and 1984. The first BB model was the 365 GT4 BB and it was followed by the BB 512 and the BB 512i. While the first BB model was unveiled at the 1971 Turin Auto Show, the 512i followed 10 years later at the 1981 Frankfurt Motor Show. The BB models were not built for the U.S. market, and whatever units you can find here were imported and federalized in-period via the gray market.

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This Low-Mileage 1993 Ferrari 512 TR Looks Like it Just Rolled Off the Production Line

This Low-Mileage 1993 Ferrari 512 TR Looks Like it Just Rolled Off the Production Line

This could be the deal of the year!

The Ferrari 512 TR was introduced in 1991 as a replacement for the Testarossa. The model retained most of the predecessor’s design language, as well as the flat-12 powerplant, but it was quicker and more powerful. The model stayed in production for only three years and only 2,261 units were built, out of which only 408 examples were delivered to North America. Suffice it to say, finding one in good condition here is kind of rare. It is in fact almost impossible to find one with less than 13k miles on the odometer, which shows the amazing opportunity of this sale. The car is listed in California, and to nobody’s surprise, the current bid is already $100,000.

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The Tailor Made Ferrari Roma is the Perfect Blend Between Japanese Culture and Italian Styling

The Tailor Made Ferrari Roma is the Perfect Blend Between Japanese Culture and Italian Styling

It features a lot of cool design features inspired by the Japanese culture

The Ferrari Roma is, arguably, one of the coolest-looking Ferrari models launched in the past few years. It features a very clean, yet elegant design that makes it very easily recognizable. We’ve seen a lot of cool kits for it, with the best ones coming from traditional tuners like Novitec and Mansory, but still, it is the new one-off Roma designed by Ferrari’s Tailor Made department that really took the car to a completely new level.

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Watch A C8 'Vette Give A Ferrari 458 Specialé A Run For Its Money

Watch A C8 ’Vette Give A Ferrari 458 Specialé A Run For Its Money

The Prancing Horse has more power, but the ’Vette is packing more torque

It’s only been a while since Chevy started shipping the Corvette Stingray on the other side of the pond, and for the first time ever, they’ve decided to offer it with right-hand drive, serving markets like the U.K, Australia, and Japan. As these things are currently, hot off the oven, Mat Watson from CarWow decided to pit it against a similarly sized Ferrari 458 Specialé to see what’s what. Here’s how it went down.

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Ferrari's 4RM - The Forgotten AWD Revolution

Ferrari’s 4RM - The Forgotten AWD Revolution

Let’s take a closer look at how Ferrari’s attempt at reinventing the AWD drivetrain was an underrated move in the right direction

The use and application of 4WD in consumer vehicles is nothing new. The first application of this technology was seen in 1893 when an English engineer, Bramah Joseph Diplock, patented a four-wheel-drive system for a steam-powered tractor. In 1903, Spyker became the first automaker to bring it to mainstream automobiles.

The true evolution of 4WD came about with WWII when all major manufacturers started developing lightweight vehicles with four driven wheels for the military. Soon enough, Germans found that the traction gains from a 4WD system could prove highly beneficial on the dirt roads of the Group-B rally stages as well. As a result, Audi became the first to fit its purpose-built performance car with an all-wheel-drive system in 1980, and the rest is history.

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The 15 Most Practical High-Performance Sports Cars You Can Buy In 2022

The 15 Most Practical High-Performance Sports Cars You Can Buy In 2022

These 15 sports cars prove that you don’t need to sacrifice practicality for high performance

Practicality is, often, an afterthought when it comes to high-performance sports cars. If you are on the market for one, there’s a good chance that practicality is not among your top priorities or that you have another, more practical vehicle. With that said, not all sports cars are made equal, with some of them being surprisingly practical. Here are 15 sports cars that are more usable than you might think.

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Drag Race: Ferrari 488 Pista vs Lamborghini Huracan STO vs Porsche 911 GT3

Drag Race: Ferrari 488 Pista vs Lamborghini Huracan STO vs Porsche 911 GT3

The three stalwarts came together on the drag strip for a boring race… yeah, you read that right!

Mat Watson from ‘Carwow’ is back with yet another drag race involving three supercars that have loyal fan bases of their own. But, no matter how desirable, this race is a tad bit stale. We had the same results with whatever kind of race that happened. Now, it’s not necessary that every race has to tug our heartstrings or give us the adrenaline rush, right? But, then why did we cover it? Well, the cars are eye candies and sound amazing. That’s it!

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2022 Ferrari Roma by Mansory

2022 Ferrari Roma by Mansory

No other tuner was able to make the Roma look this good and this aggressive

Ferrari Roma was introduced back in 2019 as a 2+2 grand tourer based on the Portofino. It was placed under the 812 Superfast and was the most affordable Ferrari at the moment. You can imagine this made the Roma a very successful supercar. But, while it can easily stand against models from Porsche or Aston Martin, the Roma is not at all a very powerful supercar. But, thanks to tuners like Mansory, this can be sorted.

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The Ferrari 'GTC4 Grand Edition' Is Afzal Kahn's Latest Coachbuilt Project

The Ferrari ’GTC4 Grand Edition’ Is Afzal Kahn’s Latest Coachbuilt Project

The GTC4 Grand Edition pays tribute to the Ferraris of the past

In the past few years, automotive designer, Afzal Kahn, has wowed the world with a few very cool projects. You probably remember the Aston Martin WB12 Vengeance, the ’Flying Huntsman’ 105 Longnose, and the Huntsman 110 6x6 Defender Double Cap Pickup revealed in the past few years. Now, Kahn has come up with a project that pays homage to the Ferraris of the yore

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This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB May Be The Easiest Way To Live The Ferrari Experience

This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB May Be The Easiest Way To Live The Ferrari Experience

Having Magnum P.I. nostalgia? This 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB seems almost too good to be true

Ferrari is one of the few brands that even grown-ups lust after the same way they did when they were young. Sadly, owning a car from the Prancing Horse’s “Scuderia” is a privilege few of us get. Things are not as grim on the used market and this 1978 Ferrari 308 GTB is a perfect example that owning a Ferrari doesn’t have to be a distant mirage. While prices for the 308 have already crept up to the $100,000 mark, this particular example is listed for “just” $79,500.

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The Ferrari SF90 Stradale Gets A Makeover Inspired By Mount Etna

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale Gets A Makeover Inspired By Mount Etna

Ferrari celebrates 10 years of Cavalcade road trip with a special-edition Ferrari SF90 Stradale

With certain car brands, it’s not just about the product. It’s about the lifestyle that comes with the purchase and one of the best companies to embody that is Ferrari. The Prancing Horse has a rich heritage, dating back to the 1940s. The Italian supercar brand is also associated with many events, such as the Cavalcade road trip and for its 10th anniversary, Ferrari introduces a limited-edition Ferrari SF90 Stradale, inspired by Mount Etna.

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