Established in 1929 by Enzo Ferrari as Scuderia Ferrari, the company initially concentrated on racing before making its first road vehicle in 1947.
Fiat bought a half stake in the company in 1969, and now holds around 90 percent of the firm. In 2015, Fiat will begin divesting most of its holding in order to raise capital for its own model plans.
News, Reviews, Features
- Ferrari 296 GTB: First V6 since Dino has plug-in hybrid powertrain
- Ferrari 812 Competizione: Crazy V12 engine redlined at 9,500
- Ferrari SF90 Spider: Beautiful, fast convertible makes plug-in sexy again
- Ferrari Omologata: Ugly 812 Superfast duckling turned into beautiful swan
- Ferrari GTC4 axed with Purosangue SUV coming soon
- 2020 Ferrari Roma: V8 2+2 has odd front, sexy rear, Aston Martin lines
- 2020 Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo: Revised aerodynamics, longer wheelbase
- 2020 Ferrari 812 GTS: The V12 convertible returns to the Prancing Horse
- 2020 Ferrari F8 Spider: Tributo loses its top, replaces 488 Spider
- 2020 Ferrari SF90 Stradale: Prancing horse goes plug-in hybrid
- Ferrari SF90 Stradale etymology: What does it name and letters mean?
- Ferrari P80/C: One off inspired by 330 P3/P4 and Dino 206 S
- Ferrari F8 Tributo vs 488 GTB: Differences compared side by side
- Ferrari Portofino etymology: What does its name mean or come from?
- Ferrari SUV coming from around 2021 with suicide doors and hybrid V8
- 2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast vs 2012 F12 Berlinetta: What are the differences?
- Ferrari SP 275 RW Competizione: One off model based on F12 Berlinetta
- Ferrari etymology: What does its name mean? Who is it named after?
- Ferrari FF etymology: What does its name and letters mean?
- Ferrari F60 America: First of 10 convertibles arrives in USA
- Ferrari 488 GTB: 458 Italia facelift packs 492kW 3.9L turbo V8