For those who want a truly rare supercar, look no further than this 1978 Ferrari 512 BB Koenig Special. It includes the full Koenig Specials body kit, which consists of an aggressive rear clam with wider wheel arches as well as NACA ducts, flared side skirts, and the deep dish front bumper sporting an air splitter.
Most would treat their $400,000 Ferrari F8 Tributo as a garage queen, but not Cody Detwiler of WhistlinDiesel. He decided to take his new supercar off-roading, and not on a perfectly sunny day either. As you can imagine, lots of mud was kicked up in the rain, thanks to its twin-turbocharged 3.9L V8 engine making 710 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque.
The all-new Ferrari SF-23 F1 car was revealed earlier this week in Maranello with Charles Leclerc putting on a show for fans on the company’s Fiorano Circuit. Most of the car looks similar to its predecessor, with the biggest change being in the front end and a completely redesigned suspension.
There is only one of these special edition Ferrari Roma vehicles in the world, and that’s because it was created to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the brand in China. Created in collaboration with Chinese designer Jiang Qiong’er, it’s finished in a sleek Sanusilver Matte with Rosso Magma Glossy highlights.
The all-new Liberty Walk Ferrari F40 was unveiled at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon this weekend, and for purists, the vehicle is a tragedy, as most of the original body parts have been modified in some way. For starters, it boasts a revamped front cowl, side skirts, cowl duct, light cover, and wide fenders.