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Born out of the Alfa Romeo race division, Ferrari is an Italian luxury sports car manufacturer founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939. Nicknamed the Prancing Horse, the automaker is still known for its deep roots in racing. In fact, its stock symbol is RACE.

The first Ferrari-branded car, the 125 S, came out in 1947. Since then, the automaker’s supercars have become known for their speed and are iconic among sports car enthusiasts. The Maranello-based company has built a world-class exotic car brand that continues to push the limits of design and performance.

Ferrari cars can be costly to own. Maintenance and repairs can run close to $300,000 during years of ownership. But that’s the price for driving an award-winning vehicle. Recent accolades include the 2020 Car Design Award for the Roma, the 2021 Esquire Award for Best Supercar for the F8 Spider, and the distinction of “Work of Art” by Italian Courts for the 250 GTO.

Popular Ferrari models include the F40, LaFerrari, 458 Italia, 488 GTB, and Testarossa.

Featured Vehicle: SF90

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All Current Ferrari Vehicles:

Coupes:

Roma: The brand’s most affordable model boasts an elegant, nostalgic design reminiscent of the 1950s and ’60s

Portofino M: The second-cheapest model, this convertible is a decent daily driver or a weekend cruiser

F8 Tributo: Excellent handling and acceleration, a comfortable ride, and sleek styling define this supercar

F8 Spider: The convertible version of the F8 Tributo

812 Superfast: With a 12-cylinder engine and a 0-62 mph time of 2.9 seconds, this is the brand’s first model equipped with electric power steering

812 GTS: The convertible version of the 812 Superfast

812 Competizione: This juiced-up version of the 812 Superfast is for the serious collector

812 Competizione A: The 812 Competizione but with a Targa top

Daytona SP3: Part of the brand’s Icona series, this racing-inspired model harks back to the prototypes of the late ’60s and early ’70s

Monza SP1: Also part of the Icona series, this one-seater is a high-performance homage to Ferrari racing cars from the mid-’50s

Monza SP2: The two-seat version of the Monza

Hybrids & Electrics:

296 GTB: Packing the brand’s 120° V6 engine and a plug-in hybrid electric motor, this PHEV is smaller and more affordably priced than the SF90

SF90 Stradale: The automaker’s first production model to feature PHEV architecture, this mid-engine hybrid boasts a V8 and three electric motors for 986 hp, 590 lb-ft of torque, and a 0-to-62 mph time of 2.5 seconds

SF90 Spider: The convertible version of the SF90


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