There’s exclusivity and then there’s the fortune of the few, the latter of which will enjoy ownership of Ferrari’s latest creation, the shockingly beautiful F60 America roadster. Coming with everything…

Ferrari debuts stunning F60 America in cool NART blue livery

If you're just now seeing the beautiful Ferrari F60 America for the first time, you're already too late. Ferrari will only build 10 examples of this North American-exclusive roadster, and each one was already spoken for before the company even announced its existence to we the common masses.

Based on the already exclusive F12 Berlinetta coupe, the F60 America drop-top was created and named in commemoration of the Italian sports car marque's 60th anniversary of North American sales, and what a celebration it is. While obviously sharing much with the F12, the F60 America takes on a look all its own, enhanced by a set of flying buttress-styled carbon fibre roll hoops.

Also special, the F60 gets a unique 60th anniversary prancing horse badge fitted to the front wheel arches and atop the transmission tunnel inside, not to mention a thin red, white and blue star and stripes down the centre of each sport seat, the passenger's incidentally dyed black and the driver's a bright Read Full Story
What’s more special than a mid-engine Ferrari? A special limited edition version of a mid-engine Ferrari. Specifically, reports from last weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Monterey,…

New limited edition Ferrari 458 Speciale Spider on the way

The word from last weekend's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance is that Ferrari will build a new model that combines the topless beauty of the retractable hardtop enhanced 458 Spider with the brute muscle of the 458 Speciale, and limit its availability to just 458 examples.

The new 600-horsepower model was reportedly unveiled at a private function at the Monterey, California event. It will succeed the F430-based 16M Scuderia Spider when it goes on sale, but before it hits the road we can expect it to show its pretty face at the upcoming Paris motor show in October.

And what are your chances of getting one? While a total of 458 examples hardly makes the 458 Speciale Spider (or whatever name it will eventually receive) as exclusive as some special editions, if you weren't at the closed-door Pebble Beach event or haven't yet received your exclusive preview invitation from Ferrari, you're likely too late.
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If you didn’t previously know that Ferrari was in the theme park business, you’re probably not alone. First, the current theme The "Accelerator" is a new ride planned for the upcoming…

Ferrari to build second theme park in Spain

If you didn't previously know that Ferrari was in the theme park business, you're probably not alone. First, the current theme park is in Abu Dhabi, and secondly most of us aren't exactly getting individual invitations from the prancing horse brand to visit it. Formula 1 fans will know about the enticing hot spot, but even for those Canadians in the know, most will choose Disneyland or Universal Studios before hopping on a flight destined for halfway around the world just to have a little fun at Ferrari World. What's Ferrari's answer? Make more theme parks, of course.

The second Ferrari World, dubbed Ferrari Land (a slightly obvious copy of Walt's legendary theme park dynasty) is already in the planning stages, and like the Abu Dhabi facility will allow families to enjoy Ferrari-themed rides, buy up a storm at Ferrari branded shops, eat Ferrari food in branded restaurants, and watch Ferrari shows. While Ferrari's homeland of Italy makes sense as a possible location (or somewhere Read Full Story
In a move that will create the world’s seventh-largest car company once it’s signed off, Fiat announced that it has purchased Fiat now owns 100 percent of Chrysler. (Photo: Fiat) the remaining…

Fiat now owns 100 percent of Chrysler

In a move that will create the world's seventh-largest car company once it's signed off, Fiat announced that it has purchased the remaining 41 percent of Chrysler shares that it did not already own.

The agreement, worth about $4.3 billion total, comes after a long series of negotiations with Veba, the UAW-affiliated healthcare trust that currently owns the remaining Chrysler shares. The UAW (United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America) represents 390,000 active workers and 600,000 retired workers in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico, with Veba looking after the benefits of 117,000 retired Chrysler workers and their dependents.

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne called the deal "one of those defining moments that will go down in history books" and said he plans to widen the company's global reach. Robert Naftaly, the chair of the committee that governs Veba said, "This agreement is in the best interests of the trust's UAW Chrysler retiree members Read Full Story