Not that you'll know exactly what you're ordering.
Honestly, there's probably no other automotive brand out there capable of stirring up anticipation for a new model quite like Ferrari. New regular production models usually wind up with a waiting list 18-24 months long well before the first example is delivered; limited-production cars are often sold out before they're even seen in public.
Because real men don't need windshields.
Manliness. It's that vague, elusive property that symbolizes what all humans with a Y chromosome strive to be. Strong. Resolute. Impassive. Unflappable. Like pornography, it's hard to define, but you know it when you see it. Clint Eastwood has it. Daniel Craig has it. Ron Swanson has it. And you'll need it to drive the Pininfarina Sergio.
What's next, the Ferrari FF Caprice?
Here's a quick oddity from the Friday rumor mill: according to a report from Autoblog Netherlands, the lighter, more potent version of the Ferrari 458 Italia will be known as the Ferrari 458 Monte Carlo. Guess they're aiming for the NASCAR crowd.
...are being considered for production.
We've been hearing for some time now that Porsche is considering expanding their range to include a super sports car
designed to fight the Ferrari 458 Italia and the Lamborghini Gallardo and/or a smaller version of the Panamera sedan
. Now, however, we're hearing...that Porsche is considering expanding their range to include a super sports car or a smaller sedan. But it actually means more this time.
Anyone for a hill climb?
Last weekend, many of the world's most exotic cars ventured to England for the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Among those cars: A Ferrari 458 Spider and Ferrari's 2009 Formula One race car, the F60. And yes, they both went for a quick blast up the festival's famous hill.