Ferrari

Ferrari 430: An iconic sports car nearing its final production (with video)

Ferrari 430: An iconic sports car nearing its final production (with video) 1Since its new production tenure is about to end, why not take a took and the The Ferrari F430, the Italian sports car some enthusiasts have cited as the best-driving car every made? Manufactured since 2004 as a successor to the 360, the 430 debuted at the 2004 Paris Motor Show. European left-hand drive sales began in November 2004, but right-hand drive sales did not start until Spring 2005, and the North American marketsdid not get the F430 until Summer 2005.

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Ferrari Red will also be "Green" says company president

ferrari enzoFerrari red is an automotive industry icon. But even one of the world’s most prestigious vehicles, all visible in the manufacturer’s web sites, ferrari.com, will soon also be “green.” The Italian manufacturer’s president said in a recent newspaper interview that Ferrari plans to cut its vehicles’ greenhouse gas emissions by nearly half by 2012.

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New Ferrari sports car ready for debut in Frankfurt Motor Show

New Ferrari sports car ready for debut in Frankfurt Motor Show 2Nick Yost is the New York Auto Examiner for Examiner.com, and he’s just published a succinct, informative advanced review of the new Ferrari 458 Italia. The much-anticipated Ferrari will be officially introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

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Ferrari prepares for two new car debuts, automaker's new London retail location opens

Ferrari prepares for two new car debuts, automaker's new London retail location opens 3Ferrari markets its brand well, but it isn’t necessary. Ferrari enthusiasts arguably watch and wait for the carmaker’s every move with more zest then any other manufacturers’ fans.

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Ferrari expands brand popularity with new retail store in London, more Prancing Horse outlets planned

Ferrari expands brand popularity with new retail store in London, more Prancing Horse outlets planned 4Ferrari fans can now add London to the exclusive list of world renowned cities featuring the automaker’s Prancing Horse paraphernalia. The first British store selling Ferrari products recently opened in London. It was highlighted by ribbon-cutting ceremony by Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen.

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Ferrari unveils new web site with Formula 1 season

Ferrari unveils new web site with Formula 1 season 5Ferrari will debut its redesigned website Sunday, www.ferrari.com, March 29, 2009, in conjunction with the celebration of the first Grand Prix of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship season. The new portal is the gateway to the world of the “Prancing Horse.” It offers users a new look and a vast array of content, resulting in the ultimate behind-the-scenes Ferrari experience.

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Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list

Ferrari, Jaguar and VW Karmann Ghia (Really!) On London Telegraph's Top-100 car list 6My father liked the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and he recommended I purchase the one I owned for a few years nearly 30 years ago. It was a 1966 edition, dark green with all chrome trim. The windshield wipers didn’t work well, nor did the heater.

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