In 1929, founder Enzo Ferrari formed Scuderia Ferrari preparing Alfa Romeo race cars for amateur drivers. Today, Ferrari produces its own line of highly exclusive, high-performance cars, focusing on mid- and front-engine coupes and convertibles.
You'll appreciate what F1 drivers do even more after watching the video, promise.
And, if the bank account allows, you can opt for the 812 Competizione A with its targa-style roof.
With more power and better aero, Ferrari promises one hell of an experience.
The marque released just one photo of the supercar for now and hyped its launch for next month.
Count Ferrari in for the top spec at Le Mans for the first time in 50 years.
With almost 1,000 horsepower and a decent electric range, Ferrari's latest hypercar is one heck of a convertible.
Let the good light in.
The Italian marque's CEO said Ferrari may not even achieve a 50% electric lineup, at least in his lifetime.