If you'd paid $300,000 for a V12 Ferrari 612 ($100-180K if you bought used), you'd change the tire if you got a flat, right? Not this New Yorker, who drove from Brooklyn to Manhattan on a torn up Pirelli and showed no signs of stopping.
Only the rich can buy new Ferraris, but anyone can help push one. A passing Londoner saw a 612 Scaglietti spinning its wheels in last December's snow and has now decided to tell the world about his Tom Sawyer-esque experience.
Ferrari's upcoming 612 replacement debuts Friday, and designer Jon Sibal assembled this rendering of the new supercar (hit his site for a high-res version). Is it really a shooting brake? A source who's seen it tells Jalopnik yes.
First we told you about the new top-of-the-line Ferrari expected to be unveiled in March; now a Ferrari enthusiast has snapped these photos of a heavily disguised model out testing near Maranello. Don't worry — it's not really a hatchback.
A 612 Scaglietti replacement will appear at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Members of the Ferrari elite have already seen the hyper-new GT, and they're impressed, despite it being the first Ferrari with all-wheel-drive. Here's what else we know.
This long-nosed Ferrari prototype was recently filmed yowling around Maranello. It's wearing the headlights of a 458 Italia, the rear glass of a 599 Fiorano, and enough camouflage to cover half of Europe. Unsurprisingly, it sounds fantastic.
This Ferrari 612 Scaglietti was only 30 minutes old when its new Russian owner noticed things were getting a little hot around the collar, resulting in her watching this brand-spanking-new Italian stallion burn to the ground.