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Sound battle: Who is louder Ferrari V12 or $85,000 speakers?

What's louder? The Ferrari F12 TDF's exhaust resonating the combustion of the naturally aspirated 770hp V12 OR Bang & Olufsen's flagship speaker? The £60,000 Beolab 90 loudspeakers? The Ferrari F12 TDF's exhaust note is driven by the car's mighty 12-cylinder engine. The sound has a certain distinct resonance to it that is unmistakably a V12

5 things you probably didn’t know about the LaFerrari

Julia Piquet presents 5 things you didn't know about the LaFerrari Electric motor produces more electric power than a Toyota Prius. The LaFerrari is the first production car to be introduced by Ferrari with a hybrid drivetrain. The LaFerrari has a 6.3-liter V12, and produces 788 hp, while the electric motor adds another 161 hp

Old school video of Ferrari F40 hit 200 MPH on a Japanese highway

Ferrari F40 321 kmh and it's so satisfying and clear. Just love this old video! LUCI PAW This clip is an oldie but a goodie that shows a Ferrari F40 reaching an indicated 320 kilometers per hour on a Japanese highway. The driver doesn't simply do a high-speed blast to nearly 200 mph and then slow down. Instead, he

What the hell? Stunning Sbarro Espace GT1 (seven-figure?) supercar

On market for seven-figure supercar? Don't settle for something from McLaren or Ferrari, buy this ultra-rare Sbarro supercar instead. It's a one-of-one, extremely clean example, and it's up for grabs in Marbella, Spain – but it won't be able to snag it for cheap. - motor1.com Constructed in 1999 as a tribute to the Mercedes-Benz victory at Le Mans the

$2,1 milion beast – Rimac showed C_Two electric hypercar

Back in August Rimac showed us the California Edition of its amazing C_Two electric hypercar, and just a few days ago we got a preview of that car’s underpinnings courtesy of Pininfarina, which is making an electric dream machine of its own called the PF0. We’ve not yet had the benefit of a really close look at the Rimac, but YouTuber Aaron Palos recently stopped by

Ferrari confirms Charles Leclerc for 2019 F1 season

Charles Leclerc has been prometed as Ferrari new driver. Formula 1 team confirmed him as Kimi Raikkonen’s 2019 replacement. Charles Leclerc will replace Kimi Raikkonen and now it's finally sealed. Leclerc is a Ferrari Driver Academy graduate and will become the first product of the programme to drive for the Italian team in F1. He

Ferrari is about to make first true electric supercar – Montezemolo

For some time we really believed in words of Ferrari founder. These beliefs were reinforced in 2011, when former Ferrari President and Chairman Luca di Montezemolo was asked whether or not Ferrari would be creeping into EV scene in the near future. His response was interesting to say the least: “You will never see a

Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Unveiled at Pebble Beach Concour

Ferrari surprised visitors to Sunday's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance with the unveiling of the 488 Pista Spider. The car is the 50th convertible from the Prancing Horse, and one of the most powerful on the market today. It shares its mechanical package with the 488 Pista coupe unveiled in March at the Geneva auto show, and that

By |2018-11-30T15:54:50+00:00August 27th, 2018|Categories: Ferrari, News by Brand|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

F1 champ Lewis Hamilton feels the heat from Ferrari

Four-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton says that a championship for Mercedes in 2018 would be the team's biggest achievement to date given the increased threat of Ferrari and Red Bull. Hamilton is without a win from the first three Grands Prix and, looking further back to 2017, has just one victory from the last

By |2018-05-31T11:47:21+00:00May 23rd, 2018|Categories: Featured|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Electric Ferrari – nothing before 2023

Sergio Marchionne claimed in January that Ferrari will be the first on the market with an electric supercar. Please don't expect to see such a model from the 'Italian red'  before 2023. The Ferrari chairman told reporters that Ferrari won't launch an electric car until after its new five-year business plan is complete. Marchionne said Ferrari will