Our Exclusive Look at Ferrari’s New Centro Stile and the Monza SP1 and SP2

Design Chief Flavio Manzoni offered us access to Ferrari's secret world

There is a something momentous happening within the curved and shrouded walls of Ferrari’s new Centro Stile (which sounds better than “design center,” its English translation). Historically the brand outsourced its interior and exterior design to celebrated companies like Pininfarina, Vignale and Zagato while it focused on the engines and platforms it knew best, but ten years ago it brought on Design Chief Flavio Manzoni …

1963 Ferrari 250 GTO Sells for Record-Setting $70 Million

Chicago-based David MacNeil has turned over a reported $70 million for a Tour de France-winning 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO. “Only 39 examples of the 250 GTO were built by the legendary Italian marque between 1962 and 1964,” according to CNN, “and it’s extremely rare for an owner to part with one at any price.” In addition to being perceived of as a “Van Gogh of …

Exciting Debuts From The 2018 New York Auto Show + Geneva Motor Show

Our highlights on design, sustainable materials, zero-emissions and more

Just weeks apart, the globally-focused Geneva Motor Show and USA-focused New York Auto Show deliver some of the most exciting news in the rapidly changing auto industry. From new ownership programs to developing technologies and, of course, new designs for cars you can buy and concepts you can dream about, the two shows were packed with announcements. Here are our favorites, and why you should …

Test Drive: Ferrari GTC4Lusso

The brand's “family car” (the FF) gets even better

by Marco Vermeulen Holding a glass of prosecco, Luca Casarini explains that when he was a child, his family visited the Dolomites every summer and winter. Casarini is Ferrari’s Head of Interior Design, and discussing family—and mountains—is apt considering the car his company is introducing. So too is the setting: the Reinhold Messner Mountain Museum. It’s an extraordinarily modern venue with porthole-shaped hallways that cantilever …

Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance: 1945 to 1975

A book full of the most rare, collectible and stunning cars and motorcycles from the post–World War II era

Even if you’re not a gung-ho car enthusiast, the new hardcover tome “Bellissima! The Italian Automotive Renaissance: 1945 to 1975” (published by Skira Rizzoli) is a breathtaking, alluring book. The pages inside are full of the most rare, collectible and striking vehicles from companies (including Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Alfa Romeo and others) made during Italy’s “il miracolo economico” (the economic miracle) which occurred in the …