The Ferrari 812 Superfast is something of a paradox, it’s the car no one thought would happen…but everyone expected. When it debuted the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was hailed as the final front-eng
The current car collector climate is fraught with “final” this and “it’s the last so and so”. We get proved wrong time and time again – see the “last” manual performance Porsche…the 911R, followed
The Ferrari F12 is a titan – we defy you to find anyone that isn’t impressed by it in some way, whether it speaks to your soul or merely just gets an approving nod. From a technical perspective th
The 812 is slowly starting to build a reputation unlike any other “regular” front end V12. This is Ferrari’s widowmaker – if we’re all really, really honest with ourselves 800hp from an NA Ferrari
There are two words that Lamborghini almost seems to have exclusive rights on – Poster Car. From the advent of the Miura the Lamborghini brand has adorned the walls of rooms across the world, and the
The Ferrari 812 Superfast was born in Maranello from the reigning F12 ancestor. As per the best traditions it has inherited the fantastic V12 engine, plus a few suspension, steering and aerodynamics f...
There is nothing more iconic of the Ferrari brand than the signature “Rossa Corsa” body paint, but how did the colour become synonymous with the Italian supercar brand? It wasn’t a choice based on des
Maranello engineers wanted to create a car with the dynamism and excitement of an authentic prancing horse, but with added versatility and convenience of everyday driver. The Portofino does it all, wi...