The trident badge on the pillar of a 2021 Maserati Levante Trofeo
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Maserati’s Relationship With Ferrari Continues To Die

Maserati is a respected automaker with origins in Italy. The manufacturer has a strong racing background and a strong consumer luxury performance vehicle background. But, for roughly 20 years, the company has been using someone else’s engines, Ferrari’s. That is why Maserati is often referred to as the poor man’s Ferrari. A buyer of the Italian trident-wearing …

A red Ferrari F8 Tributo
Sedans & Coupes

Steer Clear of This ‘Scary’ 2020 Ferrari Unless You Drive Only in Straight Lines

Ferrari’s rearing stallion is synonymous with high-quality, high-priced supercars. Boasting powerful performers such as the 812 Superfast, 812 GTS, SF90 Spider, Roma, Portofino, and SF90 Stradale, Ferrari knows a thing or two about building amazing cars. But MotorTrend recently used another adjective to describe the 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo. And it’s not necessarily a good …

2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody

The Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye Widebody Has More Horsepower Than a Ferrari

The Dodge Challenger is a respected horsepower brute. It is easy to group it with other American muscle cars and forget that its horsepower numbers are astounding. For example, people don’t realize that the Dodge Challenger Hellcat Redeye Widebody has more horsepower than one of today’s respected Italian exotic cars, the Ferrari 812 Superfast.  A …

A red armored Ferrari 458 Speciale
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La Roux: This Ferrari 458 Speciale Is Bulletproof

Armored SUVs and trucks are a common-enough sight among VIPs and apocalypse dream garage builders. But they’re not the only kinds of vehicles that can be beefed up like that. With the right modifications, you can theoretically make any car bulletproof. For example, Mercedes Sprinter and Ford Transit vans. Or, as AddArmor has done, a …

A photograph taken on February 4, 2020, shows the Ferrari logo on a displayed vehicle during the Retromobile classic car show at Porte de Versailles in Paris.
Crossover & Midsize

The Vulgarity of Ferrari’s First SUV

This year has certainly been one of surprises, but even hardcore Ferrari fans didn’t see this coming: an SUV announcement. Ferrari revealed plans for its Purosangue earlier this year. And Car and Driver recently posted images of a test vehicle spotted in Italy, which was no doubt an SUV. However, the birth of the first …

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Rusty Monday: Ferraris Beyond Fixing

It’s pretty amazing when someone comes upon a derelict Ferrari. Straight out of the factory everyone knows a Ferrari is a special beast. They’re normally garaged, pampered, and rarely driven. But Ferraris beyond fixing are out there. Whether from neglect, Mother Nature, or fire, these Ferraris are too far gone to fix. So read and …

A gray 2021 Ferrari Roma by an Italian cafe
Sedans & Coupes

What Does a $222,000 ‘Entry-Level’ Ferrari Drive Like?

‘Entry-level’ means something different when you talk about high-end cars. Especially from a brand like Ferrari. Still, even the historic Italian automaker needs to expand its market offerings. That’s why it’s working on an SUV, and why it’s released the Ferrari Roma. So, what’s it like to get behind the wheel of an ‘entry-level’ Ferrari? …

FERRARI exhibits its model Ferrari SF 90 Stradale
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Ferrari Refuses to Go Totally Electric, for Better or Worse

It could be argued that Ferrari is THE brand most people think of when they hear “sports car.” Ferraris are flashy, Italian, expensive, fast, loud, romantic, and beautifully-crafted luxury items that have no practical purpose in the world. That last point, in particular, might be why Ferrari is vowing never to go full-electric.  Of course, …

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Halloween Car Horror: Wrecked Exotics

MotorBiscuit wants to celebrate Halloween 2020. And the most devilish way is to give you a Halloween Car Horror. What’s the most horrible sight to car enthusiasts? Why wrecked exotics, of course. So we’ve got a ton of them for you. These wrecked Ferraris, Lambos, and more will haunt you. The only thing good about …

A red Ferrari 812 Superfast taking a turn at a racetrack
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Recall Alert: Ferrari Has a Window Problem

The NHTSA and Ferrari have announced a recall. The recall involves rear windows are not bonding the way they should. 1,063 units are affected by the recall in the USA.  What vehicle is part of the recall The 2018-2020 model years of the 812 Superfast are the subject of the recall. They were made between …

The red-and-mahogany 1952 Ferrari Arno XI hydroplane on its stand
Marine & RVs

Meet the Arno XI: Ferrari’s Only Racing Hydroplane Boat

F1-inspired supercars maybe Ferrari’s most iconic vehicles, but the Italian automaker has made more than just. It’s created GTs like the 456, 911-fighting sports cars like the 308 GT4, and even some police cars. However, it’s usually not associated with boats. But, like Lamborghini, Ferrari has dipped its toes into the aquatic world. And its …

a 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa with a scenic background
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Is Ferrari an Italian Car Company?

Ferrari is easily one of the most iconic names in the industry. It’s a legendary race team, a producer of some speedy streetcars, and a worldwide household name. But where did the story of this automobile legend begin? Is Ferrari an Italian car company? Who founded Ferrari? The founder of Ferrari, according to Wikipedia, is …

Ferrari Mondial 8 with the pope riding in the back
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Ferrari Is Responsible for the Most Underpowered Car of All Time

Ferrari may have a reputation for putting out luxurious, high-powered vehicles, but not every model can be a winner. The Ferrari Mondial 8 is a ridiculously underpowered car, Motor1 reports. Car and Driver road tests even found that the Mondial 8 made 0 to 60 mph in over 9.5 seconds — definitely not what you’d expect from this automaker. The …

A wide view of a 2021 Ford GT in white taking a straightaway at a racetrack
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Ford Reveals New Ford GT Heritage Edition

The Ford GT is a performance car that comes with exclusivity. A finite number for them will become available, but only to people who go through an application process and get accepted. So, what is Ford to do with the GT to take the excitement level of the car up another notch? How about introducing …

Red 2004 Ferrari Enzo parked in front of a castle
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How to Finance an Exotic Car

Whether you’re into cars or not, chances are that you’ve dreamt of one day owning an exotic car. After all, that yellow Ferrari that you have been staring at on your computer desktop would sure look better in your garage, but it’s too bad you can’t afford it. But what if you could? What if …

The drivers side door strakes leading to the air inlet for the engine or a red Ferrari Testarossa.
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5 Ferrari Production Cars Designed By Pininfarina

Pininfarina is an Italian design house that has penned the lines of many great cars from around the world. The company, officially called Pininfarina S.P.A. was founded in Turin, Italy in 1930 by Battista “Pinin” Farina. Since then it has built vehicles, as well as designed them for diverse manufacturers globally from Ferrari to Maserati, …

A red Ferrari California T sits on display at a car show
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The World’s Fastest Production Cars Right Now Are…

I covered before how the curved lines of a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray split-window coupe got a hold of me. That gripping moment is what started my interest in the automotive industry. After that, I started learning about performance cars, horsepower figures, cornering abilities of sportscars versus sedans, and the importance of aerodynamics in …

A red 1995 Ferrari F50 with its targa roof off
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The Ferrari F50 Truly Was an F1 Car for the Road

It’s rare for any automaker to actually develop a road-capable race car. Even Ferrari, with its extensive F1 history, that it continually stresses, keeps its road cars and race cars separate. Even if many of the former do draw inspiration from the sport. But that’s not exactly the case with the Ferrari F50. That’s because …

The driver's front quarter of the 2021 Maserati Ghibli Hybrid.
Hybrids & Electrics

Maserati Introduces First Ghibli With Hybrid Power

The Ghibli, from Maserati, has been awaiting an update for much too long. The brand has not had any real excitement in its ranks, arguably since the Maserati Levante model was introduced in 2016. The Ghibli, in the meantime, has grown long in the tooth. So, when Maserati announces that an update is coming, naturally, …

A photo shows the badging of a red Ferrari
Hybrids & Electrics

Watch an SUV Beat a Ferrari in a Drag Race

The historic Ferrari brand speaks of a storied racing heritage born from an intense desire to not just win, but dominate. If a Ferrari shows up to a racetrack, it is immediately considered a top contender. So, how embarrassing is it when a vehicle from a relatively new company, with no racing pedigree, shows up …

The camo-wrapped R35 Nissan GT-R modified by Classic Youngtimers Consultancy parked in a quarry
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Youngtimers Modifies Supercars to Hit the Dirt

Typically, supercars like the Nissan GT-R don’t find themselves going off-road. True, some supercars, like the Audi R8 and Aston Martin V8 Vantage can be daily-drivable. But that’s on the pavement. However, as the Gambler 500 Miata, rallying Porsche 924, and numerous Safari 911s show, taking a sports car into the dirt is definitely possible. …

A head-on view of the red Ares Panther.
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Ferrari Loses Trademark Case to Builder in Own Town

Ferrari is very protective of its brand. Most manufacturers are. So, when a company in the same town the manufacturer is based out of, Modena, started offering rebodied Ferrari models as their own, things got legal very quickly. Ferrari launched a court case to have the offending company stop its production. Interestingly, Ferrari just lost …

Red burned-out Ferrari F40 awaiting restoration in a shop
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Is a Destroyed Classic Car Worth Restoring?

While restomodding can be expensive, it is a great way to keep a classic car enjoyable on the road for longer. However, even though many restomod companies strip the donor cars down to the bare metal, not every donor will do. That’s the unfortunate part of classic car care: sometimes, restoring them isn’t possible. But …

The lower level of a church has become a garage.
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New Meaning to Idol Worship, Car Club Opens Church

Car enthusiasts enjoy more than their cars. They enjoy the connection with other auto enthusiasts. Car shows typically only happen during the weekend, though. So, what is an enthusiast to do in the meantime? Joining a car club is often the answer. There are plenty of clubs for classic cars, muscle cars, off-road rigs, etc. …

a red Ferrari driving fast on a winding mountain road
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Is the Ferrari California a Real Ferrari?

What makes a Ferrari a Ferrari? Is it the engine, the handling characteristics, the exhaust note, or quite simply, the badge? Technically, it’s all of the above. However, when the Ferrari California made its debut, the brand faithful, as well as other supercar enthusiasts, dismissed it as not being true to the brand’s heritage or …

Red 2004 Ferrari Enzo parked in front of a castle
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Ferrari Enzo Sets Highest Online Auction Sale

The Ferrari Enzo is the thing of dreams. It is from Ferrari. It is named after the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari. It had a carbon fiber body twenty years ago. Additionally, it was motivated by a V12. The thing of dreams indeed, and one sample of the fine Ferrari just set a record for selling via online auction. The …

2017 Volvo V60 Polestar

This Performance Volvo Wagon Is Surprisingly Rarer Than a Ferrari

Although it now specializes in EVs, Volvo originally purchased Polestar with the intent of making it a performance division. Think BMW’s M, or Mercedes-AMG, only Swedish. And just like those German brands, Polestar didn’t limit itself to just tuning sedans. After all, while Volvo makes luxurious cars and SUVs, it’s perhaps best-known for wagons. That’s …

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Ellen Degeneres Loves Portia and Porsches

Ellen Degeneres is a popular celebrity talk show host icon and comedian. She helped Disney find Nemo and Dory, she’s a day show dancing queen, and wife to Portia De Rossi. But she is also a known car enthusiast and lover of Porsches (among others). She has shared secrets for getting out of speeding tickets. …