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)

2009 Ferrari California Overview

California is known for many things: the governator, UCLA, and Hollywood, but amongst its many connotations, the name California is so rarely bestowed upon something of beauty, magnificence and sheer power. Until 2008, when Ferrari made the decision to manufacture a 2+2 front engine, Grand Tourer coupe cabriolet known as the California. Revived from the 1950s Ferrari 250 GT name, the California was announced by Ferrari at the 2008 Paris Motor Show as an entirely new model line for Ferrari. Although often times confused as the successor to the 575 Maranello, or as the similar Grand Tourer, the 599 GTB Fiorano, the California is differentiated primarily as a front engine V8 Grand Tourer versus the Maranello and 599 GTB Fiorano which house V12s.

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2002 Ferrari Enzo Overview

The Ferrari Enzo is the fifth Ferrari Supercar to be produced. The Ferrari brand is often misunderstood as producing only supercars, which is not entirely true. Ferrari produces a number of Grand Touring (GT) and Luxury sports cars. Cars that most would call exotics and some would call supercars although the two classifications shouldn't be used interchangeably. In Ferrari's case, the five supercars that they've made since the 1960s are: the 250 LM, 288 GTO, F40, F50 and the Enzo. All most commonly known supercars, the F40 and F50 dominated the supercar scene in the late 80s and throughout the 90s, while the Enzo is known for being Ferrari's supercar of the 2000s.

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2011 Ferrari 458 Italia Berlinetta (Coupe) Overview

People usually do not think that Ferrari can improve on their cars because they're already considered perfect and cutting edge, but at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009, Ferrari had no trouble proving the world that they can still make a more perfect car than before. They did that with the introduction of the 458 Italia. The 458 Italia was announced as the official replacement for the Ferrari F430, which was produced from 2005 to 2009. The Ferrari 458 Italia is a current production model for Ferrari from 2009 and is considered one of the best looking Ferrari's that is also capable of challenging the Enzo around the track. As of 2011, a replacement for the 458 Italia has not yet been announced. The 458 Italia comes in four known variants: the 458 Italia Berlinetta (coupe), 458 Italia Spider, 458 Challenge and the 458 GTC (Grand Touring Challenge).

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2005 Ferrari F430 Berlinetta (Coupe) Overview

At the Paris Motor Show in 2004, Ferrari unveiled the successor to the 360 Modena: the Ferrari F430. The F430 would become one of the most highly respected automotive creations for the next five years until 2009 when it would be replaced with the Ferrari 458 Italia. The F430 came in three commonly known variants: the F430 Berlinetta (coupe), F430 Spider, and the F430 Scuderia. Additional variants exist that are not as common: The F430 Challenge, F430 GT2, F430 GT3, and the F430 Scuderia Spider 16M.

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