A Ferrari driven by five-time Formula One champion Juan Manuel Fangio, will be auctioned off in New York in December.
Ferrari reveals the ‘F12 TdF’ which pays homage to the tour de france, the endurance road race that they dominated in the 1950s and 60s.
Frankfurt also provides the venue for another major announcement: the extension of Apple CarPlay support to the entire Ferrari range.
The 488 Spider is the most powerful, technically advanced and aerodynamic V8 drop top in Ferrari’s history.
The unique Ferrari is predicted to sell for between $14 million and $16 million.
Italy sports car giant Ferrari has recalled 2,600 cars globally because of a default in airbags supplied by Japanese company Takata.
The 1986 Ferrari Testarossa from ‘Miami Vice’ will be auctioned in August.
Ferrari has unveiled its special ‘Tailor Made’ California T it will bring to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
This 1991 Ferrari F40 sold for €1,013,200.
The iconic Dino series from Ferrari is set to make a comeback, according to the automaker’s recently appointed chairman.
Located near the PortAventura resort complex, FerrariLand will include reproductions of the traditional houses in the village of Maranello, Italy.
This is the new Ferrari 488 GTB – a 661bhp twin-turbocharged replacement for the Ferrari 458 Italia.
The first production version of the extremely rare Ferrari Sergio has been revealed, ahead of delivery to its UAE-based owner.
Ferrari has revealed the track only variant of its hybrid supercar, the LaFerrari named the FXX K.
Spotted running test laps at the Adria Raceway in Italy, a new modified version of the LaFerrari hybrid supercar packs over 1,000hp!
Ferrari has announced the launch of a new version of the F60, the Ferrari F60 America, which is launching to celebrate 60 years in North America.
The convertible version of Ferrari’s hardcore 458 Speciale has been revealed, and it’s called the 458 Speciale A.
Ferrari will make a special model exclusively for the United States in order to celebrate the company’s 60th anniversary
Ferrari has won the race to bring Apple’s new iPhone-supporting infotainment system to consumers as the first deliveries of the FF begin.
Ferrari will produce only 458 cars in a special Spider limited edition of its 458 Speciale, according to the website 4WheelsNews.