We hit the track with the Ferrari 812 Competizione, the extreme version of the 812 Superfast Verdict The 812 Competizione is a force of nature. The engine is an event simply in itself, but it’s combined here with exploitable handling that makes this ultimate Ferrari immensely enjoyable to drive and surprisingly forgiving too, given the performance on offer. As Ferrari’s special series cars go, the Competizione is a wonderful way to celebrate its superb V12. Even Ferrari isn’t immune to the onset of electrification, announcing it will build its first full EV in 2025. But until all of the iconic brand’s cars have to go electric, we’ll receive some special models as homages to the internal combustion engine that distil…
Beautifully styled coupe mixes old school charm with cutting edge tech Is the Ferrari Roma any good?The term ‘entry-level’ has never been a particularly easy fit when it comes to Ferrari. The cars at this end of the line-up are far from affordable, after all, and once specified with a few options can easily find themselves knocking on the door of a more senior, mid-engined model. What cars like the California T, Portofino and now the Roma do is represent a less intimidating and more usable introduction to Ferrari ownership – not as hard-edged as an F8 Tributo or astronomically expensive as an 812 Superfast, but in possession of enough Maranello magic to ensure their drivers go on to become…
Ferrari builds a modern GT without relying on the design tropes of the past. The Ferrari Roma's start button isn't a button. It's an iPad-like touch-sensitive switch at the bottom of the steering wheel. And it's but one of many functions crammed onto the helm. Even after spending 30 hours with the car, we were still uncovering new ones. Ferrari isn't relying on its heritage here. This is only the second V-8-powered front-engine GT coupe in the brand's history—the first being the 2018 GTC4Lusso T, which was the refreshed FF with four fewer cylinders. No, with the Roma, Ferrari focused on making a 21st-century grand-touring car with an almost all-digital interface and without a goofy retractable roof. Sure, the hardtop…
Expected Release date for 2023 Ferrari Dino Enthusiasts have long been waiting around for Ferrari to confirm the long-rumored Dino. According to rumors, release date for 2023 Ferrari Dino will be in 2023. The mid-engine, back end tire generate sports car will rest beneath the Portofino (or perhaps its replacement) when it comes to Ferrari’s lineup and you will be the latest access–levels offering via Ferrari. 2023 Ferrari Dino Exterior and Interior Ferrari initially planned to build a sedan but instead proceeded with the Dino following a huge response from fans, according to the magazine. For those who do not recognize, Dino was in fact Ferrari’s entrance–level sub-manufacturer from 1968-1976. 2023 Ferrari Dino Engine Ferrari used 8 and 6–tube engine …
As a rule of thumb, most cars that can be described as ‘entry-level’ feel a little low-rent compared to plusher models in the range. It’s fair to say, though, that the usual rules don’t apply where a certain Italian brand associated with a prancing horse is concerned. Indeed, the Ferrari Portofino is better thought of as an à la carte meal; intended to tempt customers new to the brand to return, picking something more expensive from the menu next time. It’s also supposed to be a Ferrari that you can use every day, come rain or shine. Yes, the GTC4 Lusso fills that job description, too, but the Portofino is more compact, more economical (as if that really matters) and…
2020 Ferrari SUV future car Ferrari is synonym for luxury sports cars. He will be launch a new SUV car with certain modifications. An emphasis on luxury and of course comfort. The first SUV from the Italian luxury manufacturer will be hybrid car. The New Ferrari SUV or the “FUV” Ferrari Utiliti Vehicle will surely be enriched with the latest technologies and benefits. It’s competitors will be Porsche Caienne Turbo S E-Hybrid, Alfa Romeo Stelvio KV FCA. The strongest rival will be Lamborghini Urus. Exterior of the Ferrari SUVThis new model, code named F16Ks, will have an elevated height, plenty of aluminum in the body to maintain the weight under control and design a designer-specific characteristic for the company. Certainly…