Ferrari - used car research
Top^From 2010 to Now
Released: Jun 2017
Ferrari flicked its FF nameplate in June 2017 and replaced it with a heavily revised model called the GTC4Lusso. Although it would still be the Italian car-maker’s four-wheel drive four-seat model, new exterior styling would also be met with an overhauled interior design.
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Released: Aug 2015
The new Ferrari 488 GTB – the successor to the six-year-old 458 series – brought a turbocharged V8 to the berlinetta (coupe) body style for the first time in Australia in August 2015, along with a two-year waiting list.
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Model: F12 Berlinetta
Released: Jul 2013
Discontinued: Jun 2017
Ferrari's fastest regular production car, the F12 Berlinetta, arrived on Australian shores in July 2013.
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Released: Feb 2012
Ferrari brought its controversially styled FF wagon/coupe to Australia from February 2012, albeit in very limited numbers.
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Released: Jun 2010
Described as a “massive leap forward from the company’s previous mid-rear engined sports cars”, the 458 came with an all-new 4.5-litre engine, chassis, aerodynamics, instrumentation and ergonomics.
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Top^From 2000 to 2009
Released: Jun 2009
After more than two decades, Ferrari released its first production turbocharged supercar in the form of the updated 412kW convertible California T.
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Released: Jul 2006
Discontinued: Oct 2011
The 456kW 5.99-litre (hence the name) V12-powered 599 took over from its 550 and 575M predecessors. Built using an all-aluminium body and chassis to deliver a weight/power ratio of just 2.6kg per horsepower, the two-seater 599 coupe employed F1 technology to blast to 100km/h in a claimed 3.7 seconds and to a top speed of more than 330km/h.
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Released: Oct 2003
Discontinued: Jun 2011
Ferrari’s replacement for its 456M came in the controversial shape of the Pininfarina-penned 612 Scaglietti, named after a famous Ferrari coachbuilder. It featured an all-aluminium space frame chassis and bodywork, which contributed to a 60kg overall weight reduction over its predecessor, despite being substantially larger.
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