There seemed to be a lull in the market for luxury SUVs during the economic crisis that still maintains a grip on many global markets. That slightly blank canvas, however, is now being filled with fresh tracks as carmakers begin anew with fresh luxury SUV models. Such is the case with the new Bentley SUV, […]
Luxury brand Bentley is offering up a more powerful punch! The 650 horsepower Bentley Supersports may not make an appearance until next year’s Geneva Motor Show, but it is already generating gossip in the auto industry. The Bentley GT3 racing concept The next-gen Bentley Continental Supersports flagship will fit nicely into the lineup. There are […]
Bentley is taking advantage of the LA Auto Show to tout its new model. The Bentley GT3 racecar represents the brands return to the track since taking 6th in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race of 2003. It is about time, Bentley…you only took a decade off! Bentley is back with a luxury racer! […]
The New York Auto Show is finally around the corner! This marks the 113th year for the prestigious auto show, which is slated for April 6th-15th, 2012 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center on 11th Ave between 34th & 40th streets.
Ferrari has finally announced the latest addition to its fleet of prancing horses—meet the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta supercar! This beast has the capacity to rupture eardrums with a specialized V12, and is the most powerful road-going Ferrari ever!
Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo often highlights various Ferrari models that cater to different clients, but when it comes to the V12 GT cars, it is serious business.
Ferrari is feeling the pressure from the award-winning Lamborghini Aventador, unleashing what it calls “The most powerful Ferrari ever”…but is it? The exotic car rumor mill is ablaze that this could be the Ferrari F620 GT, the replacement for the Ferrari 599. We will all find out exactly what they are hinting at on February 29th, 2012, when the car is officially unveiled!
The automaker announced this news with a teaser video (see video above) intended to peak interest and generate excitement for the new supercar.
A forward-thinking Ferrari aficionado has gone a bit green, not with a paint job, but with an E85-fueled Ferrari FF hatchback. The Ferrari FF was reportedly converted by a Norwegian aftermarket developer and boosts the usual 650 prancing horses up to an impressive 875! No word on if Ferrari approves of this mad science, or if the FF will now stand for ‘Flex Fuel’. End sarcasm.
Some auto aficionados feel that the Stuttgart shield was tarnished a bit by the introduction of the Porsche Cayenne and the Panamera. Apparently, Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is among those sharing that opinion, as he has announced that a Ferrari SUV will not be happening!
The video clip below shows Ferrari’s first-ever 4-wheel drive, 4-seater, hatchback luxury cars taking the streets of Maranello, Italy by storm! A Ferrari family car just seems so bizarre, but I must admit that I prefer to see Ferrari FF hatchbacks trickling down the streets than another bleeding Honda Civic. I firmly believe that the sea of U.S. cars is 74.3% Civics…
The Ferrari FF Hatchback makes other hatchbacks green with envy
â€¨The Ferrari FF hatchback may be the first 4-door car to be made available to the masses, but back in 1980 there was a special Ferrari Pinin featuring four doors, and it will now hit the luxury car auction block!