For those special few who have pockets deep enough to put together multi-model collections, there are companies dedicated to dealing with classic car ownership.
We take a look at why the Ferrari tops the list of most desirable collectible car, inching out the competition year after year.
Behold, the first official images of the convertible LaFerrari variant as well as word of its official debut in September.
From the Aston Martin Vantage GT12 Roadster to the Bugatti Chiron, these are the best supercars from Goodwood
Why settle for something rare when you can splash out and create something that is uniquely yours.
In celebration of Sergio Pininfarina’s 90th birthday, a special Concours will come to the city of Alassio.
With Ferraris on the rise – the price is literally rising with every auction – lately, you may want to get your hands on this.
In an interview with new CEO Sergio Marchionne, a little tidbit about future hypercar plans was revealed.
Could this classic Ferrari be the next record-breaking auction lot to break the top 10 list?
The Ferrari 488 GTB and McLaren 570S have split the Red Dot jury, who bestowed both with best-of-the-best design status.
Ferrari announced last week it had signed a memorandum of understanding with two Chinese firms to build a theme park in China.
Looking back at the Geneva Motor Show, these are the showstoppers of the event.
Legendary Italian automaker Ferrari finally unveiled the new four-seat, four-wheel-drive replacement for the FF.
We don’t know what’s better than rare but Pagani sure does with the Huayra BC. Ahead of its global debut, it is already sold out…
The Prancing Horse continues to rise above expectations at auction, with the latest being a 1957 335 S Spider Scaglietti which set a world record for a racing car sold at auction.
The British auction house brings an array of classic cars and motorbikes to be auctioned in Paris.
The new Ferrari California T Handling Speciale is only due for its official coming out party at the Geneva motor show but it is already in our sights.
Ferrari listed January 5 on the Italian stock exchange, the Mercato Telematico Azionario (MTA), completing a long-announced split from parent group Fiat.
The world is running out of Ferraris to sell so change must come. There are still two Ferraris on this list but the other names are not minnows by any means.
The action at the LA Auto Show includes 50 new vehicles from all the majors but of particular interest are 30 models that are making their first appearance anywhere in the world