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Ferrari Reviews

For those seeking for the ultimate in high-powered sports car performance, look no further than Ferrari, the first name in Italian auto racing. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, the company originally focused — and excelled — in the production of race cars; however, today Ferrari is as well-known for their speedy, street-legal coupes and spyders as they are for their continued race-day dominance. Check out our detailed reviews below more information on Ferrari's elite fleet of Italian stallions.

The 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB

2016 Ferrari 488 GTB
The classic 458 Italia now has a successor with a smaller, turbocharged V8. But don't let that fool you, because the completely redesigned Ferrari 488 GTB — powered by an F154 engine — is as smooth as they come.

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A three-quarter front view of the Ferrari LaFerrari

2014 Ferrari LaFerrari
The LaFerrari is a limited-series special, only 499 are made. It is a race-bred supercar with active aerodynamics on the exterior and an interior inspired by F1 single-seaters.

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A three-quarter rear view of a red 2013 Ferrari F12berlinetta

Ferrari F12berlinetta
Set for a late 2012 release date, the F12berlinetta is already being touted by its makers as the fastest Ferrari ever — an exciting claim coming from one of the world's most esteemed manufacturers of high-performance cars.

Ferrari FF
Short for "Ferrari Four," the FF features a more spacious four-passenger cabin and advanced 4RM four-wheel drive, allowing for excellent performance in all conditions. Fitted with a 6.3-liter V12, this powerful coupe is designed to keep its sure-footed feel when taking hairpin mountain turns at high velocity.

A three-quarter front view of a red 2012 Ferrari FF

A three-quarter front view of a 2012 Ferrari 458 Italia

Ferrari 458 Italia
Looking more like a futuristic robot than a Renaissance work of art, the Ferrari 458 Italia is a remarkable piece in engineering for the happy few who can afford it. Loaded with electronics, this masterpiece is smarter and faster than previous models.

Ferrari California
As the most affordable model in Ferrari's stable, the California is a more versatile version of the Italian automaker's notoriously aggressive speed machines. However, with a 453-horsepower V8 that rockets it to a top speed of 193 mph, this stylish hardtop convertible can hardly be called tame.

A three-quarter rear view of a 2011 Ferrari California

A three-quarter front view of a 2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti
This might be the biggest and most comfortable Ferrari, but that doesn't mean it's missing any of that high-performance magic we've all come to expect from vehicles donning a prancing horse.

Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
Amazing doesn't begin to describe how this newest Ferrari looks and drives. From its V12 engine to its sexy flying buttress C pillars, the Fiorano is a classic in the making.

A side view of a red 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

A three-quarter front view of a red 2006 Ferrari F430 Coupe

Ferrari F430 Coupe
The "entry level" Ferrari offers a wild combination of power, agility and got-to-have-it looks. Essentially a reworked Modena with Enzo-like design touches and various mechanical improvements, the F430 is yet another Ferrari classic.

Ferrari F430 Spider
The convertible version of the F430 has Ferrari's new 490 horsepower with a top speed of over 193 mph and jets from 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. The engine even has its own glass encasing. On top of all that, it's about as sleek as cars come.

Ferrari, by Rainer W. Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink, examines the history of this famous Italian race car

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