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.
This may be the most progressive approach to autonomy of any exotic automaker.
Ferrari's first pure EV will make its debut in 2025.
With a suggested retail price of $400, it's still less expensive than a real Ferrari.
This new Technic model contains nearly 3,800 pieces and will set you back $400.
This two-door supercar is based on the F8 Tributo.
Expect at least one optional hybrid powertrain with a smaller engine, too.
It packs the same 819-hp hybrid setup as the 296 GTB coupe.
The 296 GTS weighs 154 pounds more than the GTB coupe, but it's just as quick.