Photo credit: Shane Baxley
Ferrari’s ultra sleek SF90 Stradale (Type F173), a mid-engine PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) supercar, may be its latest and greatest, but the sky is the limit when it comes to their electrified ambitions. Introducing Shane Baxley’s Ferrari F413, an all-electric hypercar with just a single seat.
Manufactured between 1987-1992, the Ferrari F40 was the last model personally approved by Enzo Ferrari. During its production run, a total of 1,135 vehicles were manufactured, with just 213-units delivered to the United States. One ultra rare blue example just sold for a hefty $1.36-million USD.
The LEGO Technic Ferrari 488 GTE “AF Corse #51” celebrated a milestone as being the company’s first model to take on the legendary Modena circuit in Italy. This was achieved by installing a brick version of the supercar on a real Ferrari 488 GTE, driven by Giancarlo Fisichella, Ferrari Competizioni GT’s official driver.
The Ferrari 500 GT1 is no ordinary vehicle, but rather one with a front-line racing career that spans nearly 11 years, including two FIA GT Championships, a Le Mans class win and an overall victory in the Spa 24 Hours. there were just four Italtecnica cars built, and chassis 115811 was purchased by wealthy Italian Andrea Garbagnati.
Ferrari’s SF90 Stradale looks great in any color, as this open-top, mid-engine PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) supercar was released to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team. One auto enthusiast decided that it wasn’t quite stealthy enough. So, they covered it in Vantablack, one of the world’s darkest substances.