First thing to realise, and the statement which stood out to me, is that the CC100 Speedster Concept provides a hint at Aston Martin’s…
After last month’s re-financing deal with Investindustrial, what better way to top it off the marques centenary year than launch the confident new Rapide…
For those of us who bemoan the passing of Aston’s DBS – which was replaced by the new Vanquish during the summer – news of the revised DB9 will come as welcome news.
The DB9 now has the same 510bhp power output as the outgoing DBS, the same pronounced rear boot ‘flip’ and more chiselled looks than the car it replaces.
Well this is an unexpected bonus, and one which will brighten up the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for any of you non-royalists. The Jubilee Pageant at Windsor Castle on May 10th to 13th will feature both historic and contemporary Ferraris, together with a display by the 4th Mounted Carabinieri Regiment.
Fernando Alonso delivered a winning performance in the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend, and despite both Alonso and Team Principal Stefano Domenicali saying “there’s still plenty of work to do”, Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo was keen to mark the occasion with a gift.
In the past few days, three videos have been released from the finest supercar makers in the business – Ferrari, Lamborghini and Pagani. All Italian (although Horacio Pagani originates from Argentina), all based near Modena, yet somehow each offers a very different take on the supercar theme.
Ferrari unveiled the F12berlinetta to an eager press contingent this morning at Geneva, providing the first opportunity for us to see their new flagship up-close and in the metal.
For a bit of fun, I thought it might be interesting to compare the new Ferrari F12berlinetta with its closest sibling, the 80 bhp less powerful Ferrari FF, using the sound of their engines as the only clue.
This is the car that everyone will want to see at next week’s Geneva motor show. F12berlinetta ushers in a new generation of Ferrari 12-cylinders in a car that is claimed to deliver unprecedented performance.
With just 2 more days to go, Ferrari has released its 3rd (and final) teaser for its 599 replacement – the 720 bhp F620.
As is the norm, with the build up to a big new launch, someone snaps a grainy picture of the new model and posts it on the internet. Ferrari’s F620 will be revealed in its full glory next Wednesday (29th), but we understand this is what it will look like.
As confirmed last week, the new Ferrari F620, successor to the 599 GTB will be revealed in all its glory next Wednesday 29th February. And now, Ferrari has released this 30 second teaser video reminding us of the big occasion.