The Ferrari 599 GTO looks like the fastest prancing stallion ever because, with a Fiorano Circuit time of 1:24, it is. The red-and-black firecracker bowed in China today and we obsessed over every inch.
Ferrari CEO Amadeo Felisa recently confirmed that the Prancing Horse plans to release a streetable version of the 599XX. The car will be dubbed 599 GTO, weigh 3600 pounds, and produce 650 HP. A range-topping Enzo successor is also planned.
While much of the automotive world this weekend was worried about pitched tents flying away out at Russo & Steele, Ferrari officially debuted the one-off P540 Superfast Aperta this weekend at the Cavallino Classic in Palm Beach, Florida.
Inspired by a Luigi Chinetti-owned 330 LM used in an obscure Fellini film, the Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta is a 599 GTB Fiorano-based one-off Pinfinarina designed for the son of the creator of cable TV. Pictures of the gold beauty below.
There are fast cars and then there are fast cars. Heed the warnings of a Ferrari novice before the Maranello Mafia part you from your life savings.
The Ferrari 599 GTB HGTE brings the hurt with an adjustable suspension, stiffer springs, stiffer rear anti-roll bar and grippier tires. Now we've got a whole mess-load of new photos of Ferrari's new hotness.
When Jason Castriota left Pininfarina for Bertone, it was like switching to Coke after a lifetime of Pepsi. Let’s examine a design element he’s started using that’s alien to Pininfarina but essential to Bertone.
The Ferrari 599 GTB seats only two, the 612 Scaglietti is big—but what if you have kids, dogs and elephant guns to carry? Enter the custom-built Quattroporte Bellagio, certainly not your daddy's station wagon.
According to our friends at Wrecked Exotics, this Ferrari 599 "tried to take a curve too fast late at night. Bounced off the guardrails until car was a total loss." Except for that glorious engine — which looks to us like it's just about ready for a late-night transplant into a LeMons car. Anyone want to try and take…
Wandering around Geneva, a couple of things become readily apparent. First and foremost, this is a rich-ass city. Banks and ultra high end luxury stores are as common as faux hawks, and the Audi RS4 is a commoners' car. Another thing you notice quite quickly is how a city situated between two mountain ranges at the…
Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is just fine today after a crash in Switzerland's canton Solothurn. The boss was reportedly traveling at around 60 miles per hour in a 599 GTB, when he rear-ended a Renault driven by an elderly motorist on the A1 motorway. According to a report, the impact caused the Ferrari's airbags to…