This is a rare opportunity to buy a limited production Ferrari (one of 499). This car was special ordered in a beautiful special color, Rosso Fiorano. This is the only one in this color so it's actually one of one. Just look at the prices of limited production ferraris (ie 288gto, F40, F50, Enzo, 360 challenge stradale, 430 Scuderia, Scuderia 16m and 599gto) they are always increasing in value. The 430 Scuderia Spider 16m is one of those cars and this one is the nicest of all. You can always find these cars in Bright Red, Black, Yellow, White, but what sets this apart from all of those is this special color. I have never heard of another out of range (color) 16m other than this one. This is the car: Rosso Fiorano Paint (special ordered only one in this color) Black Alcantara Interior with Red Stitching and Seat Under material Factory Black and Silver Stripe Factory Radio with Navigation and iPod cable Silver Calipers White Tach Full carbon package RSC Exhaust (factory also with car) New Michelin Pilot Super Sports Lightly Tinted Windows Clear Bra Nothing Repainted. All Books, Keys, Tools, Etc. No Track Time This car is one of 499 made, Dont miss your chance. Questions call (503)731-9919 Craig
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Auto blogThu, 11 Apr 2013 17:15:00 EST
Cars and kids. A lot more people out there have both when they should probably have neither, and this is apparent with this latest video coming out of India. While we can't say for sure who these kids and this car beautiful Ferrari F430 belong to, it's at least the worst display of adult supervision we've seen since last month when two Russian parents let their 8-year-old daughter drive an Audi on snow- and ice-slicked roads.
A young boy who can barely reach the pedals drives up and down the public road with an equally young passenger drive the Ferrari while two adults (Dad of the Year behind the camera?) record the whole event. It seems almost silly to point out, but neither of the juveniles appear to have their seat belts on, as well. As bad as this person's decision making skills are to let a kid drive a car under these conditions, though, his video recording abilities are even worse. Scroll down to check out the video for yourself.
Every year Ferrari owners gather from all corners of the globe for the annual Ferrari Cavalcade. This year's edition just wrapped up in Sicily, where over 90 proud owners from 27 different countries brought their prides and joys. Some of the participating supercars were more rare and notable than others - included among them several LaFerraris - but the extravaganza included the reveal of one very unique Prancing Horse.
That would be the new F12 TRS. The one-off creation surfaced just last week, the work of the Ferrari Special Projects division for one very fortunate client. It's based on the F12 Berlinetta, but replaces its coupe bodywork with new roadster sheetmetal that incorporates a glass window to reveal the red cylinder heads from which its inspiration - the 250 Testa Rossa - drew its name and a cowled rear deck. The open cockpit is trimmed in leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber, but ditches the glovebox, air vents, carpeting, audio system and other creature comforts.
Contrary to earlier reports, the F12 TRS does not appear to have a hybrid powertrain, the conventional 6.3-liter V12 producing the same 730 horsepower as the coupe to propel this one-off roadster to 62 in 3.1 seconds and to 124 mph in 8.1 - so as you can see, it hardly needed any help in the first place. Check it out in photos above, and feel free to read more in the press release below.
You're looking at our best view yet of the upcoming successor to the Ferrari Enzo. Rumors kicking around the web insist the new reigning monarch of the Italian kingdom will carry the "F150" name when it bows, otherwise known as the Special Limited Series. Word has it Ferrari has focused all of its experience in Formula One to create the new model. According to the manufacturer's official online magazine, the new ultracar will boast a carbon fiber monocoque chassis built in "an almost handmade style" using four types of the composite. We aren't sure exactly what that means, but the design should keep weight to a minimum.
Power should come courtesy of an 800 horsepower V12 engine married to a HY-KERS system good for an additional 100 hp. Early estimates say the creation will tip the scales at under 3,000 pounds, which means the vehicle will be a performance marvel. Sounds like a party.