Why You May Be Selling the Ferrari FF Short

Ferrari FF

There is more to love about the Ferrari FF than there is to loathe, with those who have a distaste for the machine focusing on the outward shooting brake appearance. While the exterior is a turn-off to some, it is difficult to find fault with the power components and performance capacity of the Ferrari FF. It can not only equal other V12 supercars, it can surpass most thanks to a few intricate features that others lack.

Call it a hot hatch, a shooting brake or a rather sophisticated family car–the Ferrari FF is a rival to many with superior power. Though she may look different from her siblings, the FF still drives very much like a Ferrari supercar, with the added advantage of the ability to take on various weather conditions like snow and ice! Try doing that in a Ferrari 458 Italia or a California. It is simply not common for a V12 supercar to have the capacity to drive in all-weather conditions, making this specimen a special one, indeed. read more

Ferrari 488 GTB Invites Jabs at Prancing Horse’s Naming Policies

The all-new blisteringly fast Ferrari 488 GTB has arrived, and with it, plenty of jabs at the brand’s naming process. Poised to challenge the McLaren 650S and others, the 488 GTB may have a confusing name that fails to fall in line with the 458 it replaces, but she is certainly a beauty and worth worship. The shocker: This nice lady is the first turbocharged Horse, bearing two of the kickers.


Introducing the newest Prancing Horse: The Ferrari 488 GTB

Without further ado, let us examine the components of the Ferrari 488 GTB: read more

Video: LaFerrari Vs Standard Bugatti Veyron

When the Bugatti Veyron first emerged it was an unprecedented offering bursting with over 1,000 horses. Now it seems the reign of the Veyron is coming to a close right alongside its production, as the next breed of hybrid supercars are born. Watch the clip below showing the aggressive new LaFerrari superhybrid stomp a standard Bugatti Veyron with fewer horses in its stable:


LaFerrari Vs Standard Bugatti Veyron 

The LaFerrari hybrid is packing 950 Prancing Horses to the 1,001 of the Bugatti Veyron. Each car has its perks and glitches, areas like curb weight and suspension can make all of the difference in a drag race like this one. LaFerrari tips the scales at a scant 3,000 pounds while the dense Veyron is a full 1,000 pounds heavier. That seems surprising because most assume that with the added battery and component weight associated with a hybrid would automatically be heavier than a regular gasoline engine. read more

Floating Ferrari Takes on Venice

floating Ferrari

What better way to navigate and experience the winding and whimsical waterways of Venice than in a…Ferrari? While it may not offer any real Prancing Horsepower or ever nail the 0-60 mile-per-hour marker in 3.5 seconds, this wooden floating Ferrari has raced its way across global headlines!


Where this floating Ferrari is headed, pavement is not required! This Ferrari F50 inspired watercraft joins a fleet of other exotic car molded boats in Venice. 

This fascinating Ferrari watercraft was created by an Italian artist out of a single block of pinewood. The artist, Livio De Marchi, diligently whittled away at the block for nearly half the year before it became a Ferrari F50. De Marchi is known in the region for his rather exotic fleet of wooden watercraft shaped like well-known luxury cars. He makes them to add further flair and intrigue to the waterways of Venice. Anyone can take a tour in a traditional gondola…how often can you claim to have taken a Ferrari F50 around the waterways of Venice? read more

Famous Ferrari for Sale: Miami Vice Ferrari Up for Grabs

Miami Vice Ferrari

For those who do not remember, which is likely most of the world, Miami Vice was a popular television series back in the 1700s. I kid, of course, but it was certainly a long time ago. It seems that the name still demands a premium, as a Miami Vice Ferrari is up for grabs with an asking price of $1.75 million.

Sonny Crockett drove the white Ferrari Testarossa on the set of the hit 1980s show “Miami Vice”. Now the famous ride is up for auction and set to bring in over a million dollars.  read more

LaFerrari and Bugatti Veyron Get Royal Treatment from Topaz Detailing

How do you properly wash a $2.7 million dollar hypercar like the LaFerrari or a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse? It seems the solution to meticulously cleaning exotic cars in the UK is Topaz Detailing. Recently, the detailing service  revived a LaFerrari with a $15k car wash and the Bugatti with a rather pricy specialized wax.


Topaz Detailing: it is where you get that million-dollar sparkle. Ok, so it is just a few grand, but the results leave clients speechless.

Back up, was that a $15,000 car wash? That would be correct! Topaz Detailing specializes in washing exotic and luxury cars to a scientific degree. Their processes are state of the art and the results reflect that. Let’s take a deeper look at Topaz Detailing’s process. read more

Bizarre Ferrari F430 Enzo Kit Gets Zero Bids

Ferrari F430 Enzo

This is one of the most peculiar Ferrari kit cars out there. It is a Ferrari F430 base generously doused with carbon fiber in efforts to look like the classic Enzo Ferrari. Take a minute to process that: A Ferrari F430 Enzo kit car.

Behold: The Ferrari F430 transformed into an Enzo wannabe. The end result of decking out an F430 body to resemble an Enzo is imaginative and has drawn strong reactions from around the world, just no bidders. 

The online auction for the Ferrari F430 Enzo kit ended November 24th without yielding a single bid. The seller hails from Israel and attempted to begin the bidding process at a staggering $400k. While there are only 4,000 miles on the F430, it can be purchased for closer to the $200k mark in standard form. read more

LaFerrari FXX K Track Monster Officially Unleashed and Sold Out

LaFerrari FXX K

As if the LaFerrari superhybrid is not aggressive enough, meet the LaFerrari FXX K. This track-focused version of the LaFerrari has finally been revealed, and the specs are impressive. The ‘K’ in the title indicates the KERS system (Kinetic energy recovery system). The ‘XX’ is code for an experimental vehicle that you cannot play with.

Details finally spilled for the track star that is the LaFerrari FXX K. The reveal took place at the Finali Mondiali event in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina circuit.  Finally, the LaFerrari FXX K at a glance: read more

Victoria’s Secret Billionaire Sues Auction House Over Ferrari 375-Plus Sale

There seems to be trouble in paradise for well-respected luxury auction house Bonham’s. The billionaire behind Victoria’s Secret and other companies, Les Wexner, recently purchased a 1954 Ferrari 375-Plus at the Goodwood Festival of Speed auction hosted by Bonham’s. Now Wexner is suing due to a pre-existing dispute over the car’s ownership! Bonham’s states that the ownership dispute was resolved prior to the sale, yet Wexner claims he was not made aware of any of the story and claims the legalities continue. read more

Hang on to Your Horses: The LaFerrari XX Track Car

LaFerrari XX

The hyper-hybrid that is the LaFerrari left the world singing along to a throaty tune paired with a name that even begins as a song. Next up is the LaFerrari XX, which will be the track-focused variant of the wonder car. The official introduction should happen next month at the Abu Dhabi World Finals according to Top Gear’s secret sources.

Is the world ready for the fast and furious LaFerrari XX? Consider this the one-upper of them all–available to less than zero humans. That is an exaggeration, though likely not by much. read more