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New car diary for Ferrari

Make: Ferrari

Model: Portofino

Released: Feb 2018

Built from the ground up to replace the outgoing California T, the new Ferrari Portofino sports a retractable hard-top, fresh looks, and a 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8.
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Make: Ferrari

Model: 812 Superfast

Released: Jul 2017

Ferrari will elevate its game to a new level, with the arrival of the 812 Superfast. Bucking the trend toward electrification, the new flagship supercar employs a naturally aspirated 6.5-litre V12 that punches out 588kW and 718Nm.
read more about the Ferrari 812 Superfast

Make: Ferrari

Model: GTC4Lusso

Released: May 2016

Ferrari renamed its FF four-seater to GTC4Lusso ahead of its Australian debut in May 2016, bringing with it an update over the old model. Under the bonnet, the GCT4Lusso's 6.3-litre naturally aspirated 65-degree V12 has 22 more kW and 14 extra Nm, taking output to 507kW and 697Nm.
read more about the Ferrari GTC4Lusso

Make: Ferrari

Model: 488 - Spider

Released: Apr 2016

The drop-top version of Ferrari's new 488 coupe arrives in Australia in April. With a 10 per cent price drop over the outgoing 458, it is set to be a hit with Ferrari enthusiasts.
read more about the Ferrari 488

Make: Ferrari

Model: F12 Berlinetta - F12tdf

Released: Mar 2016

Ferrari is paying tribute to the Tour de France car race with a tuned version of its F12 supercar. The F12tdf boasts a 6.3-litre V12 that puts out 574kW/690Nm, and can reach 100km/h in 2.9 seconds.
read more about the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Make: Ferrari

Model: 488 - GTB

Released: Feb 2016

Ferrari's replacement for the celebrated 458, the 488, arrives in Australia in February. It uses a hotter version of the 3.9-litre V8 used in the California T, putting out 492kW/760Nm.
read more about the Ferrari 488

Make: Ferrari

Model: 488 - GTB

Released: Aug 2015

Ferrari has replaced its popular 458 with the 488 GTB. Powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8, that makes it one of the fastest road-going Ferraris yet, the 488 will be in Australian showrooms by year's end.
read more about the Ferrari 488

Make: Ferrari

Model: 458 - Speciale A

Released: Feb 2015

Ferrari's track focused 458 Speciale is receiving an open-top variant. Able to shoot from 0-100km/h in 3.0 seconds, the 458 Speciale A is Ferrari's fastest street-legal convertible to date.
read more about the Ferrari 458

Make: Ferrari

Model: F12 Berlinetta

Released: Jun 2013

Italian supercar maker Ferrari will unleash the fastest and most powerful road car it has ever built in the first quarter of 2013. The F12 Berlinetta will be propelled by a 6.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 capable of reaching 100km/h in just 3.1 seconds.
read more about the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Make: Ferrari

Model: California

Released: Jun 2012

Ferrari is to update its California with mild styling tweaks and a more powerful engine, expected to boost power by 22kw to 360kW. Performance should be further enchanced by a weight reduction and suspension upgrades, while the cabin is likely to be packed with more technology such as smartphone integration.
read more about the Ferrari California

Make: Ferrari

Model: 458 - Spider

Released: Jun 2012

FERRARI'S 458 Spider will feature a patented 25kg aluminium retractable hard-top that tucks away between its engine and the two-seat cockpit and can deploy in 14 seconds. Despite a 50kg weight gain, Ferrari claims a 3.4-second 0-100km/h acceleration time. The Prancing Horse guarantees the Spider to have identical levels of structural rigidity as the coupe.
read more about the Ferrari 458

Make: Ferrari

Model: FF

Released: Feb 2012

A radical new look for Ferrari’s 612 Scaglietti replacement, but the big changes are under the skin. The car’s AWD system- a first for the marque- weighs half as much as a conventional system, while the new direct-injection 6.3 V12 pumps out 485kW and 683Nm. It manages 0/100km/h in just 3.7 seconds and will go on sale in 2012.
read more about the Ferrari FF

Make: Ferrari

Model: 458 - Italia

Released: Jul 2010

The Prancing Horse supercar brand’s big launch for 2010 will be the 458 Italia in June. A replacement for Ferrari’s entry-level F430 coupe, the 458 packs a 4.5-litre V8 and dual-clutch automated manual transmission that delivers 0-100km/h sprints in a claimed 3.4 seconds.
read more about the Ferrari 458

Make: Ferrari

Model: California

Released: Jul 2009

An entry-level super-coupe from Ferrari made its official public debut at the Paris show. Ferrari’s new 2+2 is based on the folding steel-roofed M139 Spyder Pininfarina concept broke new ground for Ferrari. The California will be powered by an evolution of the F430's 4.3-litre V8.
read more about the Ferrari California

Make: Ferrari

Model: F430 - Scuderia

Released: Jun 2008

Ferrari's fastest-ever production car, the F430 Scuderia, will finally land mid 2008, with a provisional price of $550,000. Powered by a 375kW 4.3-litre, naturally aspirated V8, and linked to the F1-SuperFast2 automated manual gearbox, the Scuderia peels away from rest to 100km/h in 3.6 seconds.
read more about the Ferrari F430

Make: Ferrari

Model: 599

Released: Oct 2006

Ferrari's all-alloy 599 GTB Fiorano is a replacement for the 550/575 series introduced a decade ago and takes the mantle of being the most powerful production Ferrari ever built. The front/mid-engined two-seater brandishes a 6.0-litre V12 punching out 462kW (620hp) at 7600rpm and 608Nm at 5600rpm.
read more about the Ferrari 599

Make: Ferrari

Model: 612 - Scaglietti

Released: Jun 2004

Ferrari revealed the replacement for its oldest model, the 456M, at the 2004 Detroit motor show - and it's called the 612 Scaglietti. The Pininfarina-penned 612 features an all-aluminium chassis and bodywork, making it 60kg lighter and 60 per cent more rigid than its current 2+2, plus a 402kW 5.7-litre V12.
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