CarNecks_Ferrari_LogoFerrari S.p.A. is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and manufactured race cars before moving into production of street-legal vehicles as Ferrari S.p.A. in 1947. Throughout its history, the company has been noted for its continued participation in racing, especially in Formula One, where it has had great success.
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The current Ferrari production line features the following cars: Ferrari California (2009 - Present)
Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano (2006 - Present)
Ferrari 599 GTO
Ferrari 458 Italia Berlinetta (2011 - Present)
Ferrari Enzo (2002 - 2004)

Ferrari F430 Novitech ADV.1 New Spoke Wheels

Advance One, or ADV.1 recently announced their newest wheel design, which is showcased on the head designer and president's car. None other than Jordan Swerdloff is proudly displaying ADV.1's latest design on his very own Ferrari F430 Novitech.

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2011 Ferrari 599 GTO Overview; Ferrari's Fastest Production Car

Ferrari has undoubtedly made some of the best cars on this planet. With grueling, manly V12s that seep with power and torque to high revving V8s that chill your blood, Ferrari certainly has a large amount of models to choose from to captivate enthusiasts with emotional experiences. What should one expect then, when Ferrari introduces their fastest ever road going car? Spawned from a race version Ferrari, with genetically tuned components that mad scientists created in secret caves, and the largest Ferrari engine to date. (that is, until the Ferrari FF came along) You can now have the experience of getting punched in the face by Ferrari and you’ll love every bit of it in the 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO.

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2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Overview

Originally debuted at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fionaro was presented as a unique blend of automotive brilliance and Grand Touring enjoyment. As the successor to the 575 Maranello, the 599 features a much more aggressive design as well as improved power output, making it one of the fastest Grand Tourer’s of its time. Produced from 2006 to present day, the 599 GTB is most commonly available as a Grand Tourer 2-seat Berlinetta but can also be seen as a 599 GTO, 599XX or the 599XX Evo.

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2012 Ferrari FF Overview

All manufactures tend to have these well known formulas for their sports cars that are just as distinguishable as the brand itself. Take a V8 for instance, push the displacement out to 5.4L and drop it in a coupe and you get a Mustang. Slap two turbos on a V6 3.8 Liter Japanese car and you get a Nissan GT-R. Supercharge a 6.2 liter V8, call it an LS9 and you get a Corvette ZR1. Squeeze 300 horsepower out of a tiny, AWD sedan with a 2.5 liter flat four cylinder engine and you get a Subaru WRX STi. But what happens when you go back to the drawing board, sketch out a fluidly designed 3-door hatch back, with vivacious curves and stunning lines, paint it – oh, let’s say – red. Then, stretch out the nose; drop in a 12 cylinder engine and squeeze in an all-wheel drive system. What do you get? With years of automotive mental algorithms going through my head, fitting the features with the engine, platform, and associated brands leads me to nothing. So who is building it? No, it’s not the new Prius, it’s the new Ferrari FF.

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