2009 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti in Geneva; Don't Blink, It's the Same on the Outside

The 612 is the prancing horse's strong, silent type; it's about as edgy as a long weekend in the South of France, and just as pricey. That's been the extent of criticism leveled at Ferrari's luxurious tourer. With the 2009 edition, the company left most aspects of the 612 alone, but added a couple of quick updates.… » 3/05/08 9:15am 3/05/08 9:15am

Strange Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Spotted Provides Us Opportunity For Endless Speculation

The Italian stallions of Autoblog.it happened to snag some shots of a very odd looking Ferrari 612 Scaglietti near the Maranello Ferrari factory. There's potentially some very weird stuff going on under the hood there if those odd-looking hood bulges are to be believed. Perhaps it's a facelift for the 612 Scag, or it… » 9/21/07 10:45am 9/21/07 10:45am

Ferrari Prances Out 612 Scaglietti Sessanta Edition

Ferrari's big 60th is wrapping up, with the company's global relay race sliding into Modena this past weekend. But an anniversary be without an anniversary edition would just be another crap-ass birthday. And it's not like Ferrari needs another occasion to deck out its top-of-mast 612 Scaglietti with special two-tone… » 6/25/07 7:17am 6/25/07 7:17am

Only in Geneva: One Man's One-Off Ferrari Concept Is Another's Daily Driver

Seriously, if you were Giorgietto Giugiaro, wouldn't you drive your one-off Ferrari concept car across the Alps to Switzerland? And once you got there, wouldn't you just slam it into a parking garage, in sight of all the plebes' Ford Focus C-Maxes and Renault Twingos? The Winding Roadies caught Giugiaro's Ferrari… » 3/07/07 5:34am 3/07/07 5:34am

Spy Photos: Ferrari 612 Scaglietti 4x4

Let's say this crazy Dr. Brown setup is a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti fitted with the Maranello boys' new part-time 4x4 system. Were that the case — and it probably is — it would be an early test mule for the system, which is destined for an updated Scag. Winding Road's Reilly Brennan explains what all that science junk… » 11/15/06 12:01pm 11/15/06 12:01pm

Post-Debut Pre-Debut of Peter Kalikow's Ferrari 612 Kappa

After we'd finished ogling the 599 in the Ferrari North America tent on Friday, we stepped outside for a dose of nicotine (it's the pause that refreshes, after all), and stumbled right into Peter Kalikow's Pininfarina-massaged 612 Scaglietti, dubbed the 612 Kappa. We shot the shit with some Ferraristi and gleaned… » 8/22/06 8:00pm 8/22/06 8:00pm

Happy Commemoration Day!: Japan's Ferrari Importer Celebrates 30th with Limited-Edition Scaglietti

In honor of it being big in Japan for three decades, Ferrari and Maserati importer Cornes and Co. is offering 20 anniversary-edition Ferrari 612 Scaglietti models to well-connected Nipponites. The special Scags, which will cost nearly $300,000, come with the optional handling package, a special "Blu Cornes" lacquer… » 6/13/06 11:13am 6/13/06 11:13am

Ferrari Allows the Badges on Modified Cars

The kidlets over in Maranello, after lending their badge to all manner of questionable tchotchkes (surfboards, cologne, etc.) have actually lent their blessings to the three high-profile coachbuilt cars to debut in the next few months, notable because it's a reversal of a 30-year policy. Peter Kalikow's Scag-based car » 4/20/06 12:50am 4/20/06 12:50am