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The Bridge, an exclusive, annual car and art event in Bridgehampton, New York, features impressive displays of rare and expensive cars. Author Steven John drove a loaned Ferrari GTC5 Lusso T to the event and documented 14 of its stand-out vehicles.
I drove a $474,000 Ferrari 812 Superfast to see if the sports car delivers a thrill worth the price — here’s the verdict
The Ferrari 812 Superfast is the successor to the F12berlinetta. The 812 Superfast is the latest two-seat Ferrari GT car powered by a huge V12 engine. I drove a $474,000 version of the car for a weekend and was in Ferrari heaven.
We drove a stunning $160,000 Maserati convertible with a Ferrari engine to see if it’s worth the money — here’s the verdict
The Maserati GranTurismo Convertible Sport, sold as the GranCabrio in some markets, starts at $150,380. Our test car's upgraded interior pushed the as-test price to $158,965. The GranTurismo is powered by a 454 horsepower, Ferrari-built V8 engine.
A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a record price of $48.4 million dollars at an RM Sotheby's Auction in Monterey, California on Saturday. The $48.4 million dollar price tag was the most a vintage car has ever sold for at an auction.
We drove a $393,000 Ferrari 488 Spider to see what the supercar’s coolest features are — here’s the verdict
The Ferrari 488 Spider convertible supercar costs $393,000. It's powered by a 661-horsepower, 3.9-twin-turbocharged V8 engine. It's equipped with active aerodynamics, carbon fiber interior accents, and a toolkit.
Batman simply wouldn't be the same without his Batmobile. Neither would James Bond without his 1964 Aston Martin DB5. Let's not forget about Steve McQueen's Mustang in "Bullitt." Here are the 10 most famous cars in movie history.
I took a $393,000 Ferrari 488 Spider on a road trip to one of the most famous race tracks in the US — here’s what it was like
The convertible Ferrari 488 Spider is the ultimate cruising machine. It brings open-air motoring to the 488 experience and is perhaps the ideal vehicle to take on a journey in the spring.
Former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne had reportedly been undergoing treatment for an illness a year before his death
The Wall Street Journal reported a statement from University Hospital Zurich saying that former FCA and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne had been undergoing treatment before passing away on Wednesday. FCA issued a statement saying that it was unaware of the seriousness of Marchionne's illness.
Former Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne, a legend of the modern auto industry, has died at 66 after shoulder surgery
Former FCA and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has died at 66. He had reportedly been in a coma in intensive care in a Zurich hospital after complications from surgery. Marchionne was an auto-industry legend, leading a turnaround at Fiat and taking Chrysler from bankruptcy to renewed prosperity.
An Italian media outlet has reported Sergio Marchionne has been admitted to intensive care at a hospital in Switzerland. Marchionne, 66, fell ill after shoulder surgery and was replaced over the weekend as CEO of FCA and also Ferrari.