Ferrari Exotic Cars

  • 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia
    The Ferrari 458 Italia is a completely new car from every point of view: engine, design, aerodynamics, handling, instrumentation and ergonomics, just to name a
  • 2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
    The 599 GTB made it's debut at the Geneva Motor Show on February 28, 2006. The styling of the 599 GTB was done by Pininfarina, under the direction of Ferrari stylist, Frank Stephenson. It was named for its engine displacement and the Fiorano test
  • 2006 Ferrari P4 5
    The Ferrari P4/5 Pininfarina is a "one-off" super car made by Ferrari but redesigned by Pininfarina for James Glickenhaus (a car collector). The car was an Enzo Ferrari but the owner James Glickenhaus prefered the styling of Ferrari's 1960's race
  • 2006 Ferrari F430 Challenge
    The modified version of the standard Ferrari
  • 2005 Ferrari FXX
    The Ferrari FXX is part of an unusual development program by ferrari it began production in 2005. The car uses some technology developed from the Enzo Ferrari and combines it with some all-new developments from Ferrari and some of the suppliers.
  • 2004 Ferrari F430
    The Ferrari F430 replaced the 360 Modena in 2004. It was first revealed at the 2004 Paris Motor Show. Although it does share many common characteristics as the 360, there are still many differences. It has a bigger engine, more power, and a higher
  • 2004 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
    The Ferrari 612 Scaglietti first produced by Ferrari in 2004. The 612 is a Gran Turismo two door fastback coupe with a 2+2 seating arrangement. The 612 Scaglietti combines the sporty thoroughbred Ferrari berlinetta performance and excellent onboard
  • 2003 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale
    Ferrari 360 is the name given to three models of Ferrari cars: the Ferrari 360 Modena, an enclosed two-door coupe; the Ferrari 360 Spider, a two-door convertible; and the Ferrari Challenge Stradale, the bare-bones version of the 360 Modena.
  • 2002 Ferrari 575
    The Launch of the Ferrari 575 M Maranello marks a milestone for one of the most successful types of Ferrari designs--the sporty front engine 12-cylinder Berlinetta. It follows in the footsteps of some of the most prestigious models in Ferrari's
  • 2002 Ferrari Enzo
    Company founder Enzo Ferrari himself, always felt that design of the road cars should stem from the racers. Therefore, it was entirely logical that the company's latest creation should bear his name. The Ferrari Enzo, built in a limited run of 399,
  • 2002 Ferrari 360 Modena
    The Ferrari 360 Modena, an enclosed two-door coupe; the Ferrari 360 Spider, a two-door convertible; and the Ferrari Challenge Stradale, the bare-bones version of the 360 Modena are three models of Ferrari 360. The 360 was generally well-received.
  • 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider
    The Ferrari 360 Spider is Ferrari's 20th road-going convertible and is a record breaker in two quite different ways. Without doubt it is the best Spider Maranello has ever produced in terms of engineering, looks, and performance. And, thanks to the
  • 1997 Ferrari 550 Maranello
    The Ferrari 550 Maranello was introduced in 1996. The 550 was an upmarket front-engined V12 coupe of the kind not seen since the Daytona. The 550 featured a luxurious and roomy interior. The trunk was tall and wide, though not very deep, you can fit
  • 1995 Ferrari 456
    The Ferrari 456 is a true four seat coupe with classic Pininfarina styling. The current model was first introduced in 1992 and was updated in 1998 with a larger radiator grille and brake intakes to improve cooling. The rear bumper incorporates a
  • 1995 Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
    The Ferrari F355 is a sports car built by Ferrari from May 1994 to 1999. It is an evolution of the Ferrari 348 and was replaced by the Ferrari 360. It is a mid-engined V8-powered 2-seat coupe. At launch, two models were available: the coupe
  • 1995 Ferrari F50
    The Ferrari F50 was made in 1995 to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The F50 is a two door, two seat convertible sports car with a removable hardtop. Only 349 cars were made, one less than Ferrari estimated they could sell. Formula One
  • 1994 Ferrari F512 M
    The 512M was launched in October 1994 at the Paris Salon as the ultimate and final Testarossa. It was also the last of the ageing flat-12 Ferraris which first came on the scene in 1973 with the 365 GT4 BB. With each evolution the styling, interior,
  • 1989 Ferrari 348
    The 348 was introduced with the car in 1989. The engine produced 300 hp (233 kW) and sits longitudinally with a transverse gearbox, like the Mondial t with which the 348 shares many components. This was a major shift for Ferrari, with all previous
  • 1987 Ferrari F40
    The Ferrari F40 is a supercar that was produced by Ferrari from 1987 to 1992 for the 40th anniversary. It was Enzo Ferraris last project. During its production run, the F40 was Ferrari's fastest, most powerful and most expensive vehicle and it
  • 1984 Ferrari Testarossa
    The Ferrari Testarossa came into production in 1984 and remained there for 11 years as the world's fastest production car. It was the definition of 'supercar' in its era. The Testarossa name, which means "red head", comes from the red painted
  • 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO
    The Ferrari GTO (often referred to as Ferrari 288 GTO) made from 1984 through to 1986. The Ferrari GTO was built to compete in the Group B Race series and a minimum of 200 cars were required for homologation. The GTO was the first in a series of
  • 1980 Ferrari Mondial 8
    The Ferrari Mondial was produced from 1980 through to 1993. It replaced the angular 208/308 GT4 "Dino". The "Mondial" name came from Ferrari's history ? the famed 500 Mondial race car of the early 1950s. Although the Mondial was styled by
  • 1975 Ferrari 308 GTB
    The 308 GTB manufactured by Ferrari in the 1970s-1980s. They made up the lower end of the company's range. In 1975, Ferrari had Pininfarina restyle the 308 into what would become the real successor to the 246, the 308 GTB Vetroresina. This car
  • 1973 Ferrari 400
    Production began on the Ferrari 400 in 1976 and phased out in 1989. The 400 is a lesser-known front-engined 2+2 coup? Ferrari. The design is derived from the 365 GT4 2+2 version of the famous Daytona. It was the first Ferrari to offer an automatic
  • 1968 Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona
    The Ferrari Daytona (correctly named the 365 GTB/4) was produced from 1968 to 1973. Introduced to the public at the Paris Auto Salon in 1968 it replaced the 275GTB/4 but, although it was also a Pininfarina design, the Daytona was radically
  • 1968 Ferrari 246 Dino
    The Ferrari 246 Dino was produced from 1968 to 1976. The Dino was an attempt by Ferrari to produce a relatively low cost sports car by using components from more common vehicles. The Dino 246 was the first Ferrari model produced in high numbers.
  • 1964 Ferrari 275
    The Ferrari 275 was produced between 1964 and 1968. The Pininfarina-designed body was a graceful evolution of the car's predecessor, the 250, and strongly contrasted with its replacement, the Daytona. Being light, powerful and strikingly beautiful,
  • 1964 Ferrari 330 GT
    The Ferrari 330 range was first produced by Ferrari in 1963. The first 330 America was simply a 250 GT with a larger engine, and the 330 GTC/GTS shared their chassis with the 275. Only the 330 GT 2+2 was a truly unique product. The 250 GT 2+2 was
  • 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO
    The Ferrari 250 GTO was made by Ferrari in the early 1960s. It is widely considered to be one of the greatest cars of all time. The numerical part of its name denotes the displacement in cubic centimeters of each cylinder of the engine, whilst GTO