How do Ferrari do it? Just when you thought they’ve lost the plot and given up making cars that I want to have as a poster on my wall, they come up with this. The convertible version of the already ridiculously good looking 458 Italia. Prepare to bite your knuckles.
It is incredibly ironic, I feel, that you can buy a new Audi R8 with a good old fashioned, solid steel, open H-gate gearshift, but you cannot buy a new Ferrari with the gearshift they helped make the object of boyhood dreams. Well at least my boyhood dreams. Ferrari don’t even make a manual transmission for this car.
Ferrari Super America 45 will make its debut at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este. BMW has announced that the model comes up featuring a 6.0-liter six-cylinder engine, which is nothing but a 6.0-liter V12 one. The bespoke convertible was reportedly commissioned by a wealthy New Yorker.
After taunting us for quite a while, Ferrari has finally revealed the official details on their new Ferrari FF, an acronym for Ferrari Four. The new Ferrari FF GT sports car concept is expected to make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and a production version will be out by 2012. Ahead of its debut next month Ferrari has released some pictures of the car in action in the snow. The FF is the successor to the famed 612 Scaglietti and so it had it to be better in every aspect, and it is!