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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari 488 GTO

Ferrari has developed a fairly predictable pattern when it comes to releasing mid-engine V-8 models. First, we get the “regular” one, and then the lighter, faster, more powerful road-racer variant follows. So far, the 488 GTB is the only one that hasn’t received this treatment, but we know it’s just around the corner (if we don’t include the track-only GTE and GT3 models, that is). However, recent developments suggest that a higher performance, road-legal model is underway. This souped-up 488 will replace the 458 Speciale, but there’s no official word as to what name it will carry. More recent reports suggest it could be called the GTO, but the Scuderia and Speciale names are still on the table until Ferrari spills the beans.

The still fresh 488 GTB is great in just about any regard. It looks fast and aggressive, it has a race-inspired interior that’s also luxurious, and a twin-turbo V-8 that cranks out a massive amount of power, while still returning decent fuel economy. The upcoming beefed-up version should be not only lighter but more powerful too, in addition to having what it takes to handle a weekend full of racing action at the track. The car is already being tested on public roads, and word has it might arrive with a KERS system in addition to the turbo V-8. It’s definitely something to get excited about since KERS was restricted to Formula One cars and the LaFerrari up until now. Let’s take a closer look at what we already know about it in the speculative review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the future Ferrari 488 GTO.

Exterior


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“The front will get a lower, more aggressive carbon-fiber splitter and larger bumper intakes”

As you would expect, it will share much of its running gear and hard-points with the 488 GTB, but almost every body panel will be new. The front will get a lower, more aggressive carbon-fiber splitter and larger bumper intakes. These features can be seen in the latest spy shots that show the front end of car without any camo. The test car also sports blacked-out headlamps for a more menacing look.

Active aerodynamic flaps should also be integrated between the two vertical pillars and feed air through the radiators or around the car through the turning vanes at high speeds. Similar to the 458 Speciale, the front hood will feature a central air extractor bisected by a single fin.


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“The rear will get a diffuser with active aero elements and possibly a retractable aero foil”

The side skirts will be exposed carbon-fiber and include fins just in front of the rear wheels. The roof will also be exposed carbon, as will the center sections of the massive scalloped side intakes. But more importantly, the mules spotted so far have larger side intakes, which hint that the engine is more powerful, and thus needs better cooling.

The rear will get a diffuser with active aero elements and possibly a retractable aerofoil like the LaFerrari. The engine hood is completely camouflaged, so it’s safe to assume that this 488 will arrive with significant changes here, like a redesigned cover with new vents.

Interior


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Note: Ferrari 488 GTB interior shown.

“With no carpeting, minimal creature comforts and little sound deadening, the 488 GTO will be expectedly spartan and loud on the inside”

With no carpeting, minimal creature comforts and little sound deadening, the 488 GTO will be expectedly spartan and loud on the inside, but comfy enough to drive to and from the track or your favorite stretch of road. Expect a range of custom leather and stitching colors for what little fabric there is.

The drivetrain will be controllable with transmission buttons in the center console, and, as has become Ferrari tradition, just about every other function will be accessed via steering-wheel buttons. The steering wheel will also get shift lights to supplement a tachometer that sits front and center in the instrument cluster, flanked by multi-function high-definition displays.

A flat bottom steering wheel and race-spec seats should round off the track-prepped interior. And should this Ferrari be a hybrid, it will come with additional controls for the KERS system and extra options in the digital instrument cluster.

Drivetrain


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Note: Ferrari 488 GTB engine shown.

“This is where prediction are a bit more difficult to make as some rumors point out to a hybrid drivetrain configuration”

This is where prediction are a bit more difficult to make as some rumors point out to a hybrid drivetrain configuration. While logic suggests that a track-focused version of the 488 GTB would use a more powerful version of the standard model’s V-8 engine, more recent information leads us to believe that this car could also feature a KERS system in addition to the twin-turbo, 3.9-liter mill.

While there aren’t any specific hints that the camouflaged prototype employs such as system — the bigger vents and exhaust pipes could be there for the beefed-up V-8 only — an older spy video includes audio footage of a Ferrari engineer telling the test driver to not turn off the KERS system on the car. Unless Ferrari is doing some testing for other future models, the 488 GTO, or whatever name it will have, could become Ferrari’s second hybrid since the range-topping LaFerrari.

“KERS comes straight from Formula One, and its main feat is that it delivers an extra 160 horsepower for a few seconds”

KERS, or kinetic energy recovery system, comes straight from Formula One and its main feat is that it delivers an extra 160 horsepower for a few seconds, which helps race cars perform quick overtakes in straight lines. Such a feature wouldn’t be exactly useful on the road, but it could make the 488 a lot more fun at the track, as well as turn it into a hybrid. Granted, it wouldn’t be a full-fledged hybrid like the Chevrolet Volt or Toyota Prius, but another step toward Ferraris with significant electric range and improved combined fuel economy.

No matter the drivetrain, it’s safe to assume that this special version of the 488 GTB will have more than the standard 660 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque at its disposal. Expect at least 700 horsepower from a beefed-up gasoline V-8 and even in excess of 800 horses with a KERS system. Charging from 0 to 60 mph should take a mind-boggling 2.8 seconds, to go with a top speed of around 210 mph.

Prices

I expect 488 GTO pricing to start somewhere between $320,000 and $340,000. For reference, the standard 488 GTB retails from around $250,000 in the United States.

Competition

Lamborghini Huracan Performate


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Introduced in 2017, the Huracan Performance is a living legend. It’s the most menacing road-legal Lambo built to date and a race car in disguise. Based on the familiar Huracan, the Performante sports an intricate aerodynamic package and a revised chassis for enhanced performance, while a retuned 5.2-liter V-10 engine sends 631 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque to all four wheels. The Performance might also be as quick as the 488 GTO thanks to its 0-to-60 mph sprint of only 2.8 seconds. What’s more, this Lambo is fast on race tracks too, having set a new Nurburgring record for production cars at 6:52.01 minutes. It has pricing on its side too, retailing from $274,390, around $50K less than what the Ferrari 488 GTO is expect to cost.

Read our full story on the 2017 Lamborghini Huracan Performance.

McLaren 750LT


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If you haven’t heard of the McLaren 750LT, it’s most likely because this car doesn’t exist yet. The name is also our own speculation, based on the output this version is likely to have. But as you might have already guessed, it will be a successor to the awesome 675LT and will be based on the brand-new 720S. Much like the Ferrari, it will be a beefed-up, track-prepped version of the standard model. Just like the 675LT, it will have a comprehensive aero kit, a tweaked chassis for improved performance, and a more powerful engine. My guess is that McLaren will increase output from 710 to 740 horsepower, which translates into 750 PS, hence the 750LT name. With such a powerful twin-turbo, 4.0-liter V-8 under the hood, the 750LT should need only 2.7 seconds to hit 60 mph from a standing start, to go with a top speed of nearly 210 mph. This McLaren won’t be cheap though, with a sticker likely to surpass the $375,000 mark. Production will also be limited to 500 unit, which means it will sell out in a few weeks. So have them checkbooks ready!

Read our speculative review of the upcoming McLaren 750LT.

Conclusion


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While all we can do is speculate at this point, I can say with utmost certainty that the 488 GTO will not be powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine, and it will probably be available in red. I feel like there’s some credence in the numbers and theories I’ve presented, but only time will bring anything official. We’re likely to learn a lot more about this car, including its actual name, in the coming months, so stay tuned.

Scuderia or GTO?


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“Although I refer to this car as the GTO, this name is far from being official”

Although I refer to this car as the GTO, this name is far from being official. Its predecessor, based on the 458, was called the Speciale, but since Ferrari is known to shuffle these nameplates, and the general consensus was that the 488 GTB would use the Scuderia name for its beefed-up version. But once prototypes began hitting public roads, some rumors claim that this model will be used to bring back the GTO name. The iconic letters were used more recently in 2010, when Ferrari launched the 599 GTO, but the nameplate is actually more famous for the 250 GTO from the 1960s and the 288 GTO from the 1980s. Both cars are among the most iconic vehicles Maranello has ever built and are part of the same lineage of flagship supercars that also include the F40, F50, Enzo, and LaFerrari. Also, the GTO name was used on flagship cars on all three occasions so it would be a big strategy shift to put these iconic letters on the 488. The 812 Superfast is more suited for the “GTO” badge, but it has yet to gain a higher performance upgrade. Its predecessor, the F12berlinetta, got one, but it was named the F12tdf. While the “tdf” badge holds an important place in Ferrari history, it’s pretty clear that the company didn’t find the F12 worthy of the GTO name. All told, we have three different names, and it remains to be seen which will be used for the 488. But needless to say, the Italians won’t go wrong with either of them.

Rendering


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  • Leave it
    • Likely to be very pricey
    • Turbocharging might not be for everyone
    • Might be faster than that $1 million LaFerrari you are so proud of

References

Ferrari 488


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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Ferrari 488 GTO.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB.

Ferrari 458


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Read our full review on the 2014 Ferrari 458 Speciale.

PostHeaderIcon Upcoming Ferrari 488 GTO Spotted in the Wild

We know that Ferrari is working on a more aggressive version of the 488 GTB — a successor to the iconic 458 Speciale — we haven’t heard much about it until now. We also haven’t seen it testing on public roads or race tracks before, but we can finally take a peek at the upcoming Prancing Horse thanks to a batch of photos that surfaced the Interwebz. Reportedly called the 488 GTO, the beefed-up GTB was taken for a spin in a test session that included two cars. While one wears heavy white camouflage that doesn’t allow us to have a glimpse at its features, the second one was captured without any camo on its front end.

The supercar looks very familiar as it retains all the main features of the 488 GTB. However, it has a different bumper with larger outlets and new black trim that appears to be part of a revised aerodynamic package. The headlamps have been blacked out for a more menacing look. Not much else can be seen in these photos from Motor.es, but expect the front splitter to be backed by a redesigned diffuser and a new spoiler around back. Revised side skirts, new wheels, and a new engine hood are also on the table, alongside numerous weight-saving components inside and out.

The twin-turbo, 3.9-liter V-8 engine from the GTB will find its way into the GTO as well, but not before Ferrari increases output from 660 to around 700 horsepower. The GTO is not yet official, and Ferrari could actually reuse the Speciale or Scuderia names. The “GTO” names were used on only three cars up until now — the 250 GTO, 288 GTO, and 599 GTO — all of which were considered flagship models when they arrived. The new supercar could break cover at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, so make sure you stick around for updates.

References

Ferrari 488


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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Ferrari 488 GTO.


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Read our full review on the 2016 Ferrari 488 GTB.

Ferrari 458


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Read our full review on the 2014 Ferrari 458 Speciale.

PostHeaderIcon Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004S Has Central Driving Position

You probably know American rich man Glickenhaus from his previous one-off, custom Ferraris. Well, what started as a hobby for him is now a legit business, and this is the latest production of his company. The new Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004S is an Italian-American McLaren F1 with the steerign wheel right in the center. 

That makes the SCG 004s a three-seater, so you have two of your buddies with you as you go a cruise around the lawn of your favorite concourse. They won’t be awfully safe though, and neither will you. The design and layout of the dashboard in this car is pretty old-fashioned.It brings to mind racing Ferraris of the 60s, which means it is an absolute delight sitting in that cabin.

Cameron Glickenhaus ha ambitions to become the modern-day Enzo Ferrari by directly emulating him. His ultimate goal in designing and building Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004S, and the other model that went before it, is for him to race at Le Mans. But he has to produce a number of road-going model and sell them to public to be eligible for the race. So there will be up to 325 units of the car sent out ot the wild over the next two or three years. And they will come in various forms, including GT3, GTE and GTLM competition. The support for the 003C will continue for the time being.















As for the specs, the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 004S is powered by a 5.0 liter twin-turbo V8 engine developing 650 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque. That power has to haul only 1,179 kg thanks to a carbon chassis. The driven wheels are on the rear and their diff is connected to a six-speed manual gearbox. All very vintage stuff, but SCG does offer a paddle shift option as well.

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PostHeaderIcon You Can Buy This Ferrari Book For The Price Of A New Sports Car

Any type of merchandise associated with Ferrari usually commands a steep price. A Ferrari-branded polo shirt, for example, costs $95. A pair of Ray-Ban for Scuderia Ferrari glasses can go for as much as $300. Dive into the world of high-end opulence, and you can buy a Hublot MP-05 LaFerrari Sapphire Watch for $300,000. All items have one thing in common, and it’s in that same breath that I present to you this 80-pound, 852-page book called the The Official Ferrari Opus Diamante Edition. It’s set to be auctioned off at the RM Sotheby’s auction in New York on December – the same setting of the Bugatti Chiron Number One auction – and if you’re willing to spend for this book, you’re going to need to part ways with around $150,000. Oh, yes. This book costs more than a second-hand Ferrari. What the heck is going on, right?

As ridiculous as a six-figure book sounds, there is a reason why The Official Ferrari Opus commands such a high price. For one, it was published by UK-based Kraken Opus, one of the publishing world’s go-to places for high-end works of the literary world. It’s also the range-topping version of a book that comes in many different forms. The base Classic version, for example, costs “only” $4,100 while the premium Enzo Edition was sold in 2011 – the year the book came out – for a whopping $37,500. The version that RM Sotheby’s is selling, though, is above and beyond any kind of book you’ll ever see, and some of its features serve as good examples on why it costs the price of a brand-new Porsche 911 Turbo. Interested? You better read on then because you’ll need to know where you’re money’s going if you buy this book.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

The Official Ferrari Opus


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I’m going to assume that if you made it this far, you’re either interested in the Diamante Edition of the Official Ferrari Opus or you’re just curious to know why something like it can command such a price tag. I’ll venture a guess it’s the latter because I can’t, for the life of me, understand why someone would buy it. In the event that you are interested, you should be pleased to know that there is some justification for the price of the tome.

The truth is that this isn’t just a book, at least in the traditional sense of one. Take for example the red leather binding. It’s not just leather you’ll see there; there’s also a Prancing Horse emblem that’s encrusted with diamonds. The book itself is also hand-signed by former CEO Luca di Montezemolo and the Ferrari Formula One drivers at that time, Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa. As far as safekeeping is concerned, owners need not worry about the book collecting dust because it can be stored in a clamshell case made completely out of carbon fiber. You can still bring it out to show off to others though, and on the rare instances that you do, a pair of white gloves should come in handy when you decide to actually open the damn thing.


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I don’t expect this book to actually get many offers at that price, but you never know, someone could scoop it up, especially if he knows what Kraken Opus initially charged for it. Yes, believe it or not, the $150,000 price tag was actually bargain because, when it first came out, the publisher only made 200-or-so copies – officially, it said “one for each country” – with each piece priced at $275,000.

There is a great level of absurdity that comes with this item. From its value to its purpose to pretty much everything that comes with it. But, it is a Ferrari product, and history tells us that any item that comes with a Prancing Horse badge on it is worth premium money. Still, $150,000 for a book? I can think of 150,000 different ways to spend that money on something else.

References



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PostHeaderIcon Is Ferrari Really Serious About Quitting Formula One?

Liberty Media’s plan to reshape Formula One in the competitive image it wants is already getting some blowback from some of the sport’s top teams and, to no one’s surprise, Ferrari is right in the middle of it. Worse, Ferrari isn’t just up-in-arms over Liberty’s plans. To be more specific Ferrari is up-in-arms over the engine proposals set for 2021 – so much so that it’s actually threatening to quit the sport entirely if the proposals are enacted. Yep. Imagine Formula One without Ferrari in it. You can’t? Well, neither can I because that’d be like Major League Baseball not having the New York Yankees or the NBA suddenly finding itself without the Los Angeles Lakers. It’s unfathomable to think about and yet, Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has made no bones about his plans to take the Prancing Horse out of the sport if the new proposals did not “deliver a platform that was beneficial to Ferrari’s brand and its marketplace.”

The big issue that has Ferrari questioning its motivations to continue racing in Formula One involves the aforementioned engine proposal. And, in a weird twist, it’s not the only high-profile team to voice its objections. Mercedes-Benz and Renault are also concerned about the engine proposal and while neither has threatened to quit the sport entirely like Ferrari just did, it speaks to the significance of the issue that these three teams are in unison in voicing their displeasure over the proposal. For his part, Marchionne isn’t mincing his words regarding the automaker’s position. “I understand that Liberty may have taken these into account in coming up with their views, but I think it needs to be absolutely clear that unless we find a set of circumstances, the results of which are beneficial to the maintenance of the brand, and the marketplace, and to the strengthening of the unique position for Ferrari, Ferrari will not play.”

Continue reading for the full story.

What’s the issue with the engine proposal?


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“Liberty Media’s proposal involves dramatically changing the physical and functional makeups of the current 1.6-liter turbo V-6 hybrid engine”

I’ll be the first to say that I still don’t fully understand the intricacies of the proposal, but judging from the reactions of Ferrari, Mercedes, and Renault, it’s all tied into the increased costs that the three automakers (they also happen to be three of the four engine manufacturers of the sport together with Honda) will have to incur in the development of a new engine concept.

Essentially, Liberty Media’s proposal involves dramatically changing the physical and functional makeups of the current 1.6-liter turbo V-6 hybrid engine. While the proposal does call for keeping the current architecture, it also proposes to remove one of its two hybrid elements, increase the power of the other, introduce driver-controlled hybrid features and deployment, and standardizing specific parts that will be used in the development of the engine.

“Mercedes, Renault, and now Ferrari are all in agreement that such a step would actually trigger immense costs”

It is somewhat ironic that part of the proposal’s objective is to “reduce costs,” when both Mercedes, Renault, and now Ferrari are all in agreement that such a step would actually trigger immense costs, not just in building the engines themselves, but in researching and developing the tech that will allow it to adhere to Liberty Media’s rules for the sport. Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff explained it in simple terms, telling the BBC that the engine proposal “will trigger immense costs just for the sake of having a new concept.”

His counterpart in Renault, Cyril Abiteboul, even agreed, saying that the new proposal would force engine manufacturers (Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault, and Honda) to make substantial development and financial commitment without an understanding of the broader picture of what F1 would look like past 2020.”

Granted, a meeting of the minds has been set for the next week between Liberty Media, the FIA, and the team bosses. Marchionne addressed this in his conference call with Ferrari shareholders, saying that the Italian automaker will walk into the meeting “with the best of intentions.”

Here’s to hoping those best intentions bear fruit because the thought of Formula One without Ferrari in it is going to be a crucial blow to the sport.

References



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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX-K Evo

2018 Ferrari FXX-K Evo

When a high-profile carmaker such as Ferrari launches a great supercar like the LaFerrari, it’s difficult to imagine a way to significantly improve the design. But the team from Maranello has already done it twice. First, Ferrari launched the FXX-K, a track-only LaFerrari with enhanced aerodynamics. This happened back in 2015. Two years have passed, and the Prancing Horse found a way to make the FXX-K even more brutal. It’s called the FXX-K Evo, and it has more downforce than any Ferrari to date!

Launched at the 2017 Finali Mondiale of the Ferrari Challenge, the FXX-K Evo takes the familiar FXX-K to a new level in the same way that the Enzo-based FXX Evoluzione was a heavily upgraded FXX. Just like the FXX-K, the Evo is not homologated for road use, and production will be limited to only a few models. However, the Evo is also available as an upgrade to the standard FXX-K. The package includes many add-ons, starting with an aerodynamic kit built upon know-how obtained from the many racing series Ferrari competes in, including Formula One, GT3, GTE, and Challenge. It’s also lighter due to increased use of carbon-fiber and despite having a much larger rear wing. Yes, the FXX-K is a monster of a LaFerrari so keep reading my full review to find out more.

Continue reading to learn more about the Ferrari FXX-K Evo.

Exterior

  • Aggressive body kit
  • Redesigned front bumper
  • New cooling vents
  • Massive rear wing and fin
  • New diffuser
  • More downforce at high speed

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“Much like any evolution of an existing design, the FXX-K Evo retains most of the design cues of the FXX-K”

Much like any evolution of an existing design, the FXX-K Evo retains most of the design cues of the FXX-K and the LaFerrari. But the significantly redesigned aero package adds quite a few new features front and rear. The aerodynamics were modification after one year of simulations and wind tunnel testing, with Ferrari claiming that the car now boasts downforce figures that are very close to GT3 and GTE cars. Specifically, downforce improved by a whopping 23 percent over FXX K and an incredible 75 percent over the standard LaFerrari. In exact figures, the Evo generates 1,411 pounds at 124 mph, and exceeds 1,829 pounds at the car’s red-line speed. So this package basically pushes an already amazing car to the very limit.

There aero enhancements modify the FXX-K’s appearance a lot, starting with a more menacing front end. The geometry of the sides of the front bumper was altered by hollowing out the surfaces beneath the headlamps, as well as by adding couple of flicks divided by a vertical turning vane. There’s also an additional intake ahead of the front wheels. All these elements contribute to a 10-percent downforce gain over the standard FXX-K. Ground effects were also boosted by new vortex generators in the undertray.


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“The significantly redesigned aero package adds quite a few new features front and rear”

There aren’t many visual changes to talk about onto the sides, but Ferrari added enlarged rear wheel arch vents. Also part of the package design to make the car more aerodynamic, these improved flow to the rear diffuser, which results in a five-percent downforce boost.

Bigger changes are noticeable around the back. The main highlight is obviously the fixed rear wing. Whereas the FXX-K has those weird horizontal elements glues to the side fins, the Evo badge brought a proper wing to the supercar. But it’s by no means a regular wing. The element has a twin-profile design and a big central fin similar to those seen on prototype Le Mans cars. The central fin acts as a vertical fin, boosting stability at low yaw angles, but ut also supports the three triangular vortex generators. The latter clean the flow field striking the wing of the effects of the hot air coming from the radiators which vent onto the engine hood. Additionally, they create a downwash component in the flow which boosts the wings downforce capacity, resulting in a 10-percent increase over the regular FXX-K.

The wing also works in conjunction with the active spoiler, which had its control logics and range of movement reviewed and reprogrammed for optimized results. Below the wing, we can see a revised center fascia that include one instead of two vertical slats above the diffuser. In addition to the huge side vents, Ferrari also redesigned the diffuser, adding wings on each side and red accents on the main elements.

Interior

  • New steering wheel
  • Repositioned KERS Manettino
  • Larger 6.5-inch display

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Note: Standard Ferrari FXX K pictured here.

“The new steering wheel has Formula 1 design with integrated gear-shifting paddles and KERS Manettino”

Ferrari has yet to publish any images of the interior as of this writing, but it’s safe to assume that changes compared to the standard FXX-K are slim. The Italians actually mention a new steering wheel that’s “brilliantly suited to hugely powerful performance levels achievable in the FXX-K Evo.” It has a Formula 1 design with integrated gear-shifting paddles and sports the KERS Manettino for improved ergonomics. The rear camera display to the right of the driver has been replaced with a larger 6.5-inch unit that also displays data from a new telemetry system. The new display includes clearer, more direct performance parameter and car status readouts.

“The rear camera display to the right of the driver has been replaced with a larger 6.5-inch unit”

Other than that, look for the usual FXX-K specs, which translates into a rather spartan configuration when compared to the LaFerrari. The Italians ditched all the luxury and convenience features of the road car and replaced them with race-spec, lightweight components. Highlights include a new center console and carbon-fiber inserts instead of soft-touch surfaces on the dashboard. The door panels are also plain carbon-fiber boards, like on any high-performance car.

The seats feature massive bolstering on the sides, a carbon structure and race-spec harnesses. The instrument cluster is also different than the LaFerrari’s, featuring new graphics and new display options, allowing the driver to monitor vital car data while on the track.

Drivetrain

  • Same output as FXX-K
  • Same F1 dual-clutch transmission
  • Revised suspension for extra downforce
  • Improved brake cooling
  • Better power-to-weight ratio
  • Likely quicker on the race track

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“Total output sits at 1,036 horsepower, while torque is rated at an equally impressive 664 pound-feet”

The FXX-K Evo uses the same hybrid drivetrain as the regular FXX-K model. The combo brings together a 6.3-liter V-12 gasoline engine rated at 848 horsepower and an electric motor that packs 187 horses. Total output sits at 1,036 horsepower, while torque is rated at an equally impressive 664 pound-feet. For reference, that’s an extra 86 horsepower compared to the LaFerrari. The FXX-K Evo also uses the same seven-speed, F1 dual-clutch transmission.

But while the engine remained unchanged, Ferrari had to adjust the suspension to the car’s new aerodynamic efficiency figures. It also improved stopping power by redesigning the front brake air intakes for enhanced cooling.


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“While the engine remained unchanged, Ferrari had to adjust the suspension to the car's new aerodynamics”

There’s no word on performance, but the enhanced downforce and lighter curb weight should make it quicker in certain situations. While it likely won’t be quicker than the regular FXX-K from 0 to 60 mph (2.6 seconds), it should lap Ferrari’s Fiorano test track faster. With the FXX-K having completed the course in 1.14 minutes, five seconds than the standard LaFerrari, the FXX-K Evo should need around 1.13 minute to do the same.

So who light is the new Evo? Again, no information from Ferrari. But we do know that the FXX-K is some 198 pounds lighter than the LaFerrari, tipping the scales at around 2,767 pounds. The Evo should weigh in at a little less than 2,700, which might not sound like much, but it’s a great achievement given that is sports that massive wing and fin at the back.

Prices


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Talking about pricing for limited-edition supercar like these is mostly about speculating as automakers rarely announce an official sticker. Just look at the standard FXX K. It was revealed back in 2015 and there’s no official price tag to talk about, although word has it that each owner paid at least $3 million to get one. Well, not as much as to buy it but borrow, because all 40 units remained with Ferrari for storage and maintenance, and the drivers only got them for specific events.

This is exactly what will happen with the FXX-K Evo, which will benefit from a very active XX Programme schedule in the 2018/2019 season, with nine track outings between early March and late October. Ferrari didn’t say how many car will be built and how many packages will be offered for upgrades, but I have a hunch that the Evo will be at least as exclusive, if not more, than the first FXX-K. So don’t expect more than 40 cars/upgrade packages.

Naturally, it will be more expensive than the FXX-K, likely close to $4 million, or even more than that if the limited edition includes significantly less models. Obviously, the cars should cost more than the upgrade, but we won’t get any specific figures any time soon. If there’s one thing I’m sure of, is that the FXX-K Evo is probably already sold out.

Competition

McLaren P1 GTR


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Also based on a road-legal hybrid supercar, the P1 GTR was designed in a similar way. It has an aerodynamically enhanced body with a host of race-spec add-ons, plus a massive wing at the back. The track-focused interior is loaded with carbon-fiber and features a spartan center console holding buttons and switches, and a steering wheel based on the unit used by the McLaren MP4-23 Formula One car. Sounds familiar? Motivation comes from the same hybrid drivetrain found in the road-legal P1, but the combo now includes a motorsport-optimized, 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V-8 and a lighter electric motor. The drivetrain sends 986 horsepower, 83 horses more than the standard P1, to the rear wheels, which translates into a 0-to-60 mph sprint of only 2.4 seconds, a 0.2-second improvement over the street-legal P1. At launch, pricing was set at around $3 million, a sticker that also included private consultations with the McLaren driver-fitness team and company design director Frank Stephenson, as well as access to one of McLaren’s dedicated racing simulators. Customers also gained access to several drive events held on various Formula One tracks. Production was limited to only 58 units.

Read our full review of the 2016
McLaren P1 GTR.

Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro


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The Vulcan arrived in 2016 as Aston Martin’s first full-fledged supercar. Built on a bespoke platform and with unique design and aerodynamics, the Vulcan is also a track-only vehicle and comes with a racing program. Production was limited to only 24 units, each priced from around $2.3 million. But in 2017 the British firm announced an aerodynamically enhanced version. Called the AMR Pro, it’s basically similar to the FXX-K Evo, featuring a more aggressive aero pack. Not only is it menacing on the outside, the Vulcan is radical on th einside too. The bolstered seats, the no-nonsense dashboard, the carbon door panels, and the race-spec cabin remind of Le Mans race cars. But it’s the drivetrain that sets it apart. While the FXX-K Evo is a hybrid, the Vulcan AMR Pro is a naturally aspirated beast. The 7.0-liter V-12 cranks out 820 horsepower, which might not be as exotic as Ferrari’s 1,000+ rating, but it’s enough to push it to 60 mph in less than three seconds and up to a top speed of at least 200 mph. It rides on a pushrod suspension with anti-dive geometry and Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve dampers, the latter providing high levels of adjustability. There’s also variable traction control and anti-lock braking, as well as Brembo carbon-ceramic disc brakes. Production is capped to 24 units, with prices likely exceeding the $3-million mark.

Check out the full story on the 2018 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro.

Conclusion


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It’s been four years since Ferrari launched the LaFerrari and it’s pretty obvious that this supercar is from another world. The same goes for the FXX-K, which is not only more exclusive and expensive, but it’s also restricted to the race track and comes with a program that won’t allow its customers to take it home. The Evo takes everything up a notch. It’s more aggressive, likely limited to even less unit, and most certainly significantly more expensive. So why would you pay millions of dollars for a car that you only get to drive a few times a year and you can’t even park it in your garage? Well, I find it ridiculous, but I don’t have millions to spend on cars. So I’m pretty sure I can’t get the full picture here. But I can definitely understand the rush behind owning a very exotic and desirable race car with a Ferrari badge, even if “owning” means getting to see it and drive it a few times a year at the race track. This seemingly awkward ownership process may actually be what makes the FXX-K Evo such an appealing car.

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    • Awfully expensive
    • Very limited production run
    • You can’t actually take it home

References

Ferrari FXX K


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Read our full review on the 2015 Ferrari FXX K.

Ferrari LaFerrari


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Read our full review on the 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari.

Ferrari XX History


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The XX program was launched in 2005, when Ferrari launched a higher-performance, race-spec version of the Enzo, the company’s flagship supercar at the time. Called the FXX, it was built in 30 units, one of which was sold to F1-legend Michael Schumacher, between 2005 and 2007. Powered by a 6.3-liter V-12, the first FXX came with 789 horsepower and 506 pound-feet of torque on tap. Hitting 60 mph took around 2.6 seconds, while top speed was rated at 214 mph. Although production ended in 2007, it wasn’t the end of the line of the beefed-up Enzo. The program continued until 2009 and telemetry data gathered from the FXX enabled Ferrari to launched the Evoluzione upgrade. Much like the new FXX-K Evo, the FXX Evoluzione had increased downforce, lowered aerodynamic drag, and updates to the engine, transmission, and chassis. Power was increased to 850 horsepower, while the 0-to-60 mph sprint decreased to 2.5 seconds, while made it the quickest Ferrari ever made.


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In 2009, the XX program was extended to the Ferrari 599 GTB, giving birth to the 599XX. Using significantly revised body work, a V-12 engine with 720 horsepower, and various chassis upgrades, the 599XX became the quickest production-derived sports car on the Nurburgring track, a title it held for a few months. The 599XX Evoluzione followed in 2011 with more aggressive aerodynamics, including a big rear wing, Pirelli tires, new electronics, 740 horsepower, and a better power-to-weight ratio. The 599XX Evoluzione was the last XX car until the FXX-K arrived in 2015.

PostHeaderIcon Ferrari FXX-K Evo Revealed with Copious Downforce

As expected, Ferrari released an upgrade for the already pretty incredible FXX-K, the racing version of the LaFerrari. Revealed at Finali Mondiali track event, the new Ferrari FXX-K Evo comes with some upgrades over the previous version, chief among which an increase in the amount of downforce its aero kit generates. 

Downforce is of utmost importance in a track car like this, since it determines how fast Ferrari FXX-K Evo can go around corners, which determines how fast it can be around any given race track. So the FXX-K Evo’s aerodynamics deliver downforce figures very close to those of the cars competing in the GT3 and GTE championships. Evo’s downforce coefficient has been improved by 23% on the previous version, which is the equivalent of a 75% increase on the road car from which it is derived. Downforce of 640 kg is generated at 200 km/h, and exceeds 830 kg at the car’s red-line speed.

It’s too bad, then, you can’t race the Ferrari FXX-K Evo in any real championship. The best you can hope for is the events Ferrari organizes for the lucky few who get to buy this car. All this technological brilliance, and all it’s good for is pampering the ego of a billionaire. The man will be enjoying the evolved aero, the lighter weight, and the new Formula 1-derived steering wheel with integrated gear-shifting paddles and KERS Manettino. Of course, there will be a handful of people who will try to make the Evo street legal and drive it on public roads. That’s a bit vulgar, but at least it gives the Evo some other purpose.











Ferrari FXX-K Evo will be produced in tiny numbers and only sold to Ferrari’s most special clients. Those who already have a regular FXX-K can order the Evo as a package and have their car upgraded.

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PostHeaderIcon Novitec Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Tuning Kit Revealed

Novitec Rosso is THE firm for tuning Ferrari models and they have a kit for every single model. It took them a while, but they finally came up with the Novitec Ferrari GTC4 Lusso and Lusso T. The lofty grand tourer receives in this treatment aesthetic as well as mechanical enhancements. 

On the styling front Novitec Ferrari GTC4 Lusso comes with a carbon fiber aero kit that is subtle in design but big in effect. It includes front spoiler and strut, side skirts, rear spoiler on the tailgate, roof spoiler, add-on parts for the diffuser, and carbon mirror caps. You can also order custom black reflectors. The aero parts are wind tunnel tested for optimum performance.

Power increase has been taken care of in Novitec Ferrari GTC4 Lusso through electronic trickery and custom exhaust. There are three stages of upgrade for the V12 engine in the Lusso. First is the plug & play NOVITEC N-TRONIC modules which take the output up to 691 hp and 857 Nm of torque. Stage 2 sees the addition of  optimized exhaust system stainless steel without flap-regulation, X-pipe replacement  pipe, catalyst-replacement pipe and NOVITEC TECTRONIC. Now you have 710 hp with 882 Nm. Stage 3 is tad weaker, weirdly, at 703 hp but it has the 100 Zeller  sport catalysts.

Novitec offers for this car a selection of 21/22 inch wheels front and rear available with custom color. Sport spring set, custom spacers, and titanium lug nuts do their part to enhance the handling of the big GT.












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PostHeaderIcon Petrolicious Profiles The Ferrari 250 LM: Video

“I could stare at that car forever,” begins Remo Ferri, owner of the gorgeous 250 LM you see here. One look is all you’ll need to understand – this Ferrari is mechanical, an instrument for speed shaped into art. Lift the rear clamshell, and the feeling of craftsmanship is palpable. There’s a certain kind of purity to it, a characteristic most obvious when sitting in the stripped-down cockpit with the loud pedal pinned. This is a car that only offers what you need to go fast. Plucked from the ‘60s-era of sports car racing, the 250 LM was one of Ferrari’s first mid-engine sports cars. The body is made from aluminum, and with 320 horsepower properly routed to the rear axle, it could reach a top speed of 180 mph, a staggering figure for its day, and enough to clinch a win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965. This is also one of the most expensive cars in the world, but it’s about a lot more than just money. In this sub-six-minute video, Petrolicious dives straight to the heart of the matter, taking the audience for a ride through stunning cinematography and passionate narration, all while the sound of that V-12 rampaging down the straight creates copious aural intoxication.

The passion of the car’s owner is infectious, and over the course of the video, it becomes obvious why this is considered one of the most valuable cars in the world. Never mind the limited production, never mind the pedigree, never mind the badge. Just look at it, take in its curving lines, absorb the sound it makes, and it’ll all become crystal clear. This is one of the greatest Ferraris ever made, and indeed, one of the greatest cars ever created.

References

Ferrari 250 LM


1964 Ferrari 250 LM Fetches $14 Million at Auction - image 534121

Read more about the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM.

PostHeaderIcon Petrolicious Profiles The Ferrari 250 LM: Video

“I could stare at that car forever,” begins Remo Ferri, owner of the gorgeous 250 LM you see here. One look is all you’ll need to understand – this Ferrari is mechanical, an instrument for speed shaped into art. Lift the rear clamshell, and the feeling of craftsmanship is palpable. There’s a certain kind of purity to it, a characteristic most obvious when sitting in the stripped-down cockpit with the loud pedal pinned. This is a car that only offers what you need to go fast. Plucked from the ‘60s-era of sports car racing, the 250 LM was one of Ferrari’s first mid-engine sports cars. The body is made from aluminum, and with 320 horsepower properly routed to the rear axle, it could reach a top speed of 180 mph, a staggering figure for its day, and enough to clinch a win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1965. This is also one of the most expensive cars in the world, but it’s about a lot more than just money. In this sub-six-minute video, Petrolicious dives straight to the heart of the matter, taking the audience for a ride through stunning cinematography and passionate narration, all while the sound of that V-12 rampaging down the straight creates copious aural intoxication.

The passion of the car’s owner is infectious, and over the course of the video, it becomes obvious why this is considered one of the most valuable cars in the world. Never mind the limited production, never mind the pedigree, never mind the badge. Just look at it, take in its curving lines, absorb the sound it makes, and it’ll all become crystal clear. This is one of the greatest Ferraris ever made, and indeed, one of the greatest cars ever created.

References

Ferrari 250 LM


1964 Ferrari 250 LM Fetches $14 Million at Auction - image 534121

Read more about the 1964 Ferrari 250 LM.

PostHeaderIcon A Drove of Prancing Horses are Are Set To Invade the Big Apple

It’s not exactly a scene from The Planet of the Apes, though it might as well be now that it’s been confirmed that an animal invasion is about to take place in New York City from October 7 to October 8. No, monkeys aren’t coming to the Big Apple to take a bite of it. Prancing horses are coming, and they’re coming en masse for the party of a lifetime to celebrate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary.

The wall-to-wall celebration is taking place all over Manhattan, capping off a global celebration that has literally spanned more than a year. That’s how Ferrari rolls, people. Where others do celebrate anniversaries in one location, the Scuderia does it in over 50 countries, the last stop of which will be right smack in the US in an event called “Driven By Emotion: Ferrari Through The Decades.” As part of the festivities, Ferrari will set up a total of five different exhibits throughout the city, including “Through The Decades” at Rockefeller Plaza. Those who get the chance to go to this exhibit will get to see one Ferrari car per decade, in addition of course to seeing the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta in the flesh. Four more locations will host other Prancing Horses as according to Ferrari, 26 of the company’s most iconic models will be on display in any one of the five locations throughout New York City. Check out the teaser video of the event to get an idea of what to expect and head over past the jump to find out where else in Manhattan exhibits will be opened.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

Prepare to map out your itinerary for these two days

Ferrari sure knows how to celebrate anniversaries, doesn’t it?

The “Driven By Emotion: Ferrari Through The Decades” celebration is a spectacle in it of itself, and if the “Through The Decades” exhibit isn’t enough to satisfy your quench for everything Maranello, there are three other exhibits to go to to get your fix. The second of these exhibits is called “Motorsport And Performance,” which will be held at Hublot’s flagship store on 743 Fifth Avenue at 57th Street, just a few blocks away from Rockefeller Center. If you’re going here, prepare yourselves to see some of Ferrari’s most fabled racing cars, dating all the way back to its infancy in the 50’s all the way up to today’s modern Formula One cars.

The next stop is Ferrari’s own New York showroom, located on 410 Park Avenue. This venue will play host to the “Ferrari Today” exhibit, where you will get the chance to see the finest front-engined V-12 Ferraris ever made, including two of the most recent ones: the GTC4Lusso and the 812 Superfast. If you haven’t had your fill yet after visiting these three exhibits, the last exhibit, appropriately called “Iconic Ferrari,” is located at RM Sotheby’s New York office in the Upper East Side. This exhibit will host the best of the best Ferraris, a fitting description for the most legendary of legendary Ferraris. The last of Ferrari’s two-day event extravaganza is the 70th Anniversary Gala celebration, which takes place at the Rockefeller Plaza. It’s unclear if this event is open to the public, but for what it’s worth, it might be best to show up and see for yourselves anyway.

Like I said, Ferrari will be displaying a total of 26 cars throughout New York City with models ranging from the 166 MM, the 400 SuperAmerica, and all the way to modern exotics like the 488 GTB and the F12berlinetta. This is how Ferrari celebrates its anniversaries and for fans of the Prancing Horse, October 7 and October 8, 2017 will be two days that will likely live on as two of the best days to be a loyal tifosi.

Ferrari’s 70th-anniversary celebrations at a glance

Remember when I said that Ferrari’s 70th anniversary has been going for over a year now? That’s all true, and over the past 12 months, we’ve seen just how far the Italian automaker went to showcase its history and lineage for all the world to witness. It kicked off the celebration by launching 70 new liveries for all of its five current models. Do the math and that’s 350 Ferraris getting 350 liveries, some of which were debuted at various points throughout the year in different locations all over the world. The most recent one to be showcased was the 488 Spider Heartthrob, which was unveiled in all its glory at the 2017 Fraknfurt Motor Show last month. It wore a livery honoring the 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider PF, a legendary race car that was one of only 14 open-top models designed and built by Pininfarina and was owned by Dominican racer and famous playboy Porfirio Rubirosa, hence the nickname “Heartthrob.”


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Note: photo of the Ferrari 488 Spider “Heatthrob”

In addition to the overdose in legendary liveries, Ferrari also hosted various events all over the world, including the Legend E Passione sales event that took place at Ferrari headquarters. Together with RM Sotheby’s, Ferrari auctioned off some of its most valued vehicles, not the least of which included the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210, the last model of its kind and the one that holds the disctinction of being the only LaFerrari Aperta that isn’t included in the model’s 209-unit production run. Quite fittingly, the LaFerrari Aperta #210 sold for almost $10 million, more than three times the amount of the other LaFerrari Apertas.


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note: photo of the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210

References

Ferrari 488 Spider “Heatthrob”


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Read our full review on the Ferrari 488 Spider “Heatthrob.”

Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210


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Read our full review on the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210.


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Read more Ferrari news.

PostHeaderIcon Ferrari 488 Spider N-Largo by Novitec Rosso

What’s possible within the aftermarket tuning scene? That’s a question I’ve heard from a lot of people, and while I can’t fully inform them of the specific benefits of going this route with their vehicles, I do tell them that “anything’s possible” when it comes to this world, especially if you have a vivid imagination and deep pockets. Take Novitec for example. The German tuner is famous for building programs for some of the world’s most exquisite exotics, including today’s lineup of Ferrari sports and supercars. Responsible for these kits is Novitec Rosso, and it’s just announced its latest tuning program for one of Maranello’s most recent models, the Ferrari 488 Spider.

Those who are familiar with Novitec’s N-Largo kit will know that the tuner has already unveiled a similar kit for a handful of other Ferrari supercars, including the F12 and the hardtop version of the Ferrari 488. The program’s formula is pretty simple too: drop a load of aerodynamic components, piece them all together, and then work on getting more power out of the engine. Suffice to say, that’s exactly what Novitec Rosso did to the 488 Spider, and the results are exactly what you’d expect them to be from a tuner that has about as excellent a reputation as any company of its kind in the business.

Continue after the jump to read more about the Ferrari 488 Spider N-Largo by Novitec Rosso

Exterior


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It certainly goes without saying that if owners of the Ferrari 488 Spider want to give their cars the complete aerodynamic heave-ho, the N-Largo program is one way to do it. Not that it completely changes the way the 488 Spider looks, but it certainly gives it a very distinctive look. The body kit itself is filled with some heavy-handed stuff, not the least of which includes a bespoke front bumper and splitter combo. Air vents have also been added onto the wheel arches while its counterparts at the back, affectionately called the rear arches, now have a flared look to them. Custom side skirts are also part of the N-Lagro kit, and at the back, customers are treated to a three-piece aerodynamic showcase made up of a carbon fiber rear wing, an intense new rear bumper, and a massive diffuser that leaves very little to the imagination.

“Novitec’s N-Largo aero kit for the 488 Spider fits the mold of a kit that puts a different design spin on the supercar”

Suffice to say, Novitec’s N-Largo aero kit for the 488 Spider fits the mold of a kit that puts a different design spin on the supercar. Obviously, it should help improve the car’s aerodynamics too because that’s the whole point of the kit in the first place.

How is it different from Mansory’s 4XX Siracusa program


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One other notable tuner has released a tuning kit for the Ferrari 488 Spider, and it’s no shock that it’s Mansory. If we’re going to talk about aggressive tuning kits, this German tuner is a front-of-the-line choice. Up front, it’s offering a front lip, diffuser, and new LED daytime running lights. Over at the sides, the side skirts are impossible to ignore. Same thing it the carbon fiber mirror casings. Then there’s the rear section, which gets a magnificent split rear spoiler that Mansory first introduced on the 488 GTB Siracusa program it launched at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Ferrari’s got some tricks too


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It would be improper to leave out Ferrari itself when it comes to what can be done to the 488 Spider’s exterior. The Prancing Horse has shown that it’s capable of giving it special liveries through its Tailor Made personalization division. That was the case when it presented the 488 Spider Heartthrob at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. That one-off creation featured a livery that paid tribute to one of the most iconic Ferrari racers of all time, the 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider PF, right down to the blue exterior paint finish, the red leather interior, and the 235 race number on its hood and doors.


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Now if that kind of one-off treatment isn’t special enough, Ferrari can also turn the 488 Spider into a completely different car, provided a customer has the money to spend for one. This was showcased by the J50, a 10-unit masterpiece that was created by Ferrari’s Special Projects department, designed by the Ferrari Styling Centre team in Maranello, and sold only in Japan. I’m not going to go into every specific change the J50 was subjected to since it’s true that a picture is more than capable of painting a thousand words.

Interior


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As dynamic of a program as Novitec’s N-Largo kit is, it does have an Achilles heel. It doesn’t feature any prominent interior upgrades. Now that’s not to say that Novitec can’t provide any, there are options to be had if a customer wants to assume responsibility of personalizing one, but unless there are specific requests, the tuner is going to leave the cabin of the 488 Spider in its standard configuration.

There are other options in the market


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This is where Mansory has the leg-up on Novitec because the former not only has interior upgrade offerings included in its 4XX Siracusa kit for the 488 Spider, these upgrades are as significant in importance as the aerodynamic kit itself. Take for example that was showcased to the public earlier this year. It came with an interior that was all dressed up in leather, Alcantara, and generous accenting. It also came with red stitching on the seats, red trim, and a
tri-color treatment on the trim of the switch gear that’s similar to the one found in the body of the car. And while we’re at it, the steering wheel also received upgrades in the form of carbon fiber applications and its own Italian flag-inspired red-white-green stitching.

How about Ferrari?


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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. If a customer wants to get interior upgrades for its cars, the best way to get them is through the brand itself. It’s not just Ferrari, though the Italian automaker does have plenty of personalization offerings on the table. We saw it in the 488 Spider Heartthrob. We saw it in the J50 too with the new upholstery for the seats, new trim on the dashboard and door panels, and a significant red-over-black interior trimmed in fine leather and Alcantara. There are more options to choose from too so getting Ferrari to personalise the cabin of the 488 Spider is a good exercise in personal imagination.

Drivetrain


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With respect to its audacious aero kit, this is where Novitec Ross’s N-Largo program really shines. That’s because the tuner’s engine upgrade for the 488 Spider’s turbocharged, 3.9-liter V-8 are hefty, to say the least. The upgrades are mostly of the software variety consisting of an ECU tune and a few tweaks and turns of various engine components. The result speaks for itself too as the 488 Spider is now capable of producing 761 horsepower and 658 pound-feet of torque, exactly the same output received by the 488 GTB when it was treated to its own N-Largo kit. Do the math, and that adds up to an extra 102 horsepower and 98 pound-feet of torque in output compared to the supercar’s standard output of 660 ponies and 560 pound-feet of twist.

“The result speaks for itself too as the 488 Spider is now capable of producing 761 horsepower and 658 pound-feet of torque”

Novitec Rosso didn’t divulge the supercar’s new performance numbers, but considering that the coupe version got its 0-to-60-mph time dropped to 2.8 seconds, it’s feasible that the Spider version is now able to do it in 2.9 seconds on its way to a top speed of 212 mph.

What does Mansory have to say about that?


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By comparison, Mansory’s engine program for the 488 Spider offers more power, even though the blueprint is almost identical. This program also relies heavily
on upgrades made to the car’s engine management system to go with a specially created exhaust system. With those upgrades in place, Mansory was able to get as much as 800 horsepower and 642 pound-feet of torque out of the Ferrari’s 3.9-liter turbocharged V-8 engine, enabling the supercar to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds before peaking at a similar top speed of 212 mph.

Check out the table below to see how both kits stack up.

Model/Tuner Horsepower Torque 0 to 60 MPH Time Top Speed
Ferrari 488 Spider N-Largo by Novitec 761 horsepower 658 pound-feet 2.9 seconds 212 mph
Ferrari 488 Spider 4XX Siracusa by Mansory 800 horsepower 642 pound-feet 2.8 seconds 212 mph

Pricing


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No word yet on pricing but don’t expect the N-Largo kit to come cheap. A safe estimate, at least compared to programs of similar ilk, would be somewhere around $70,000 without any interior upgrades. Throw those personalization requests in, and the price could balloon up into the neighborhood of around $100,000.

Competition

Ferrari 488 Spider Triple-Seven by Wheelsandmore


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It is a bit surprising that there are still not enough programs for the Ferrari 488 Spider that we can use to measure Novitec’s N-Largo program and that of Mansory’s Siracusa kit as well. There is one other prominent tuner though that we can point to: Wheelsandmore.

Yep, another noted German tuner has a program for the 488 Spider. Shocking, right? Even less surprising is the fact that Wheelsandmore’s program is made up of software upgrades too, amounting to a net output of 772 horsepower and 658 pound-feet of torque. The numbers may be different, but it’s worth noting that it also translates to a sprint-to-60-mph time of just 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 212 mph.

Read our full review on the Ferrari 488 Spider Triple-Seven by Wheelsandmore.

Conclusion


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I don’t need any convincing of Novitec Ross’s abilities as a tuner. I know well and good that it’s one of the best in the business at it. The N-Largo program shows as much and while it is incomplete for those who want an all-encompassing kit, the sections that it did work on provide ample gains that help the 488 Spider realize a little bit more of its full potential.

  • Leave it
    • Could rack up in cost
    • Other options available
    • Little to no work on the interior

References

Ferrari 488 GTB N-Largo by Novitec


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Read our full review on the 2017 Ferrari 488 GTB N-Largo by Novitec.

Ferrari 488 Spider


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Read our full review on the 2017 Ferrari 488 Spider

PostHeaderIcon Click Mechanic Renders 7 Automakers As Star Wars Podracers

Arguably the coolest scene from 1999’s Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace was when young Anakin Skywalker took to the sand and battled for his freedom in a homemade podracer. Sure, the final lightsaber battle was pretty friggin’ awesome as well (Darth Maul! Double-bladed saber! Epic music!), but when it comes to high-speed CGI glory, the podracer scene is hard to beat. In fact, the folks over at Click Mechanic liked it so much, they rendered seven unique podracers as though they were built by real-world manufacturers.

The manufacturers in question all produce some kind of speedy four-wheeled machine worthy of podracer-ization, and include Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ford, Subaru, BMW, and Dodge. Like their real-life equivalents, each rendering gets easily recognizable liveries, and in some cases, a few sponsorship decals as well, all of which was inspired by actual race cars (you know, from planet Earth). Which one of these wild contraptions would you bring to the Boonta Eve Classic? Let us know in the comments section!

Continue reading to learn more about real-life automakers rendered as podracers.

Ferrari


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The Prancing Horse already has a penchant for turning out some pretty crazy-looking, spaceship-esque designs, so Ferrari is a natural fit for something like this. The first thing to grab us is the rosso corsa paint color, which seems to complement the flaming engines rather well. The cockpit looks like it draws from Formula 1 (top-mounted intake) and the FXX K (rear winglets), while both UPS and Shell branding were added to the profile.

Lamborghini


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Speaking of spaceships, Lambo has traditionally met Ferrari blow for blow when it comes to creating designs destined for bedroom posters. The latest example of this is the Huracan, a V-10-powered monster that looks right at home as a podracer. Point and squirt for the win.

Aston Martin


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Aston Martin clinched an incredible victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans this year, securing a first place-win in the GTE Pro class on the final lap of the iconic race. Indeed, the British Racing Green Aston looks most at home when talking a race track, but seeing it here on the sands of Tatooine ain’t bad either. Up front is the easily recognizable Aston Martin grille, while yellow accents offset the green paint.

Ford GT40


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If that front hood vent doesn’t tip you off, the baby blue and orange Gulf livery surely will. When it comes to American-built race cars, the Ford GT40 is arguably one of the most famous, having taken the fight to the Europeans at the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in the 60’s. Which naturally leads us to ask – which would take the win on Tatooine, the Ford, or the Ferrari?

Subaru WRX STI WRC


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Dirt. Sand. Rocks. Jumps. These are the things you find in professional rally racing, a sport where Subaru has earned a huge collection of wins and championship titles. Indeed, the rally racing environment seems like the perfect primer for podracing, so we aren’t surprised to see the Six Star’s blue and gold livery making an appearance here.

BMW M1 Procar


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Back in the late ‘70s, Bimmer teamed up with Lamborghini to create a rear/mid-engine production race car, and although Lambo eventually dropped out of the agreement, BMW followed through. The result was the M1, a sexy speed wedge that eventually formed the base for the one-make Procar Championship. Providing a competitive format for well-known race drivers from a diverse range of backgrounds (sports cars, touring cars, Formula 1) to go head-to-head, the M1 Procar livery is recognized worldwide. Now, it’s going intergalactic with this podracer, which even gets a squared-off BMW kidney grille in the nose.

Dodge Charger


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The first generation of the Dodge Charger hit production back in the day for the 1966 model year, followed by a second generation in 1968. Although initially unsuccessful in NASCAR stock racing, the follow-up Charger Daytona arrived in 1969 to break new ground in the sport. In fact, the Daytona was the first car to ever break the 200-mph barrier in NASCAR. We’re not sure about the top speed in this podracer, but with that enormous blower sticking out of the hood, we’re pretty sure it won’t be slow.

References

Ferrari FXX K


2015 Ferrari FXX K - image 581001

Read our full review on the Ferrari FXX K.

Lamborghini Huracan


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Read our full review on the Lamborghini Huracan.

Aston Martin DB9


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Read our full review on the Aston Martin DB9.

Ford GT40


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Read our full review on the Ford GT40.

Subaru WRX STI


2018 Subaru WRX STI - image 700139

Read our full review on the Subaru WRX STI.

BMW M1


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Read our full review on theBMW M1.

Dodge Charger


2015 Dodge Charger - image 549796

Read our full review on the Dodge Charger.

PostHeaderIcon The Ferrari Portofino Drops its Top and Steals the Show in Frankfurt

The Ferrari California hit the market in 2008, effectively reviving the name after being retired after the Ferrari 365 California back in the 1960s. Said to have originally started life as a conceptual miscarriage that would wear a Maserati badge, the cost of development and production was just too high, and the car ended up wearing a Ferrari badge – effectively becoming known as the most affordable model in Ferrari’s stable. The California was actually a big deal for Ferrari, as it ushered in a new and brought about a number of firsts for the brand. It was the first front-engined Ferrari with a V-8, the first with a folding metal roof, the first to make use of a seven-speed dual clutch transmission, and was even the first Ferrari to use a direct fuel injection system. The California name is, yet again, short lived, though, as for 2018 Ferrari decided to revamp the second-generation model which not only included more power and mildly refreshed looks but a new badge as well. Now known as the Portofino, Ferrari has finally rolled the car onto the stage for its world debut, and boy does it look sexy in the metal.

Despite carrying the name of a new model line, the Portofino is every bit the California it replaced with a few enhancements and an extra bump in power. The name is based on a small town known as Portofino that has been considered to be both elegant and exclusive – clearly the motivation behind the Ferrari’s name choice. But, there’s a lot more to the Portofino than its name and the fact that it’s essentially a third-gen California T. It boasts that turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 from the California, but it was massaged to deliver more horsepower, a tad bit more torque, and even a higher top speed. And it remains the cheapest model with a prancing horse badge at that. With that said, the new Portofino has made its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and it’s here to remind us that it’s more than just an upgraded engine and new badge, so let’s talk more about it.

PostHeaderIcon Ferrari 488 Spider Heartthrob

Mere days after the one-off Ferrari 488 Spider “Green Jewel” fetched a whopping $1.3 million at RM Sotheby’s Leggenda e Passione sale in Fiorano, Italy, Ferrari took to the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show to present its latest anniversary showpiece. Once again, it’s based on the 488 Spider, only this time, it’s rocking a blue body, a red interior, and a different nickname: Heartthrob.

The one-off supercar officially goes by the name Ferrari 488 Spider Heartthrob and was created to pay tribute to the 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Spider PF, one of only 14 open-top models designed and built by Pininfarina. Its place in Ferrari lore is cemented by the fact that its owner, Dominican racer and noted playboy Porfirio Rubirosa, drove it in just one international race, here it placed eighth overall and second in its class. That car sported a blue exterior and wore the number 235. Hardly a surprise then that the 488 Spider Heartthrob is wearing the same finish with the same number on its doors. It also gets a red leather interior, which is another nod to the classic Ferrari racer. Given the precedence of auctioning off these one-off 70th anniversary Ferraris, it’s highly unlikely that we’ll see the Heartthrob get a price tag. Instead, it could follow in the “Green Jewel’s” footsteps and find its way into an auction setting sooner than later. If that one-off went for $1.3 million, care to guess how much the Heartthrob will go for? Safe to say that a seven-figure estimate may be a little conservative at this point.

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PostHeaderIcon EXCLUSIVE – Guy in Paris turns Ferrari into a pile of junk!

Is this your dream car? Well, we’re sure it’s many people’s dream of a lifetime (ours too), anyhow some dude in Paris drives around what appears to be a pile of junk.

Either his girlfriend is somehow mad at him or we really don’t know what’s wrong with a person that keeps a Ferrari in this condition…

Help us out reach Ferrari and get rid of this. Ferrari’s rules are pretty clear, so if you’re driving around a Ferrari that pretty much looks like a $500 rusty 4 wheel thing, they can just get to it, tow him to the nearest factory and make you pay to put it back in pristine condition.

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PostHeaderIcon The Ferrari LaFerarri Aperta #210 Did Sell For Almost $10 Million

The Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210 didn’t sell for €8.32 million ($10 million) as I predicted, but it might as well have after fetching a winning bid of €8.3 million ($9.98 million) in RM Sotheby’s “Legend e Passione” auction at Ferrari’s Fiorano race track as part of the automaker’s 70th anniversary celebration. The total amount bid for the LaFerrari Aperta is made more impressive by the fact that it surpassed the winning bid ($7 million) for the LaFerrari #500, a similar last-second creation that was auctioned off $7 million to benefit victims of the Italy earthquake in 2016.

As has been mentioned before, proceeds of the auction for the LaFerrari Aperta #210 will also go to a good cause, specifically to the “Save the Children” charity. Beyond the obvious significance of the money going to charity, the auction price of the LaFerrari Aperta #210 puts to rest any lingering doubts of the convertible hypercar’s appeal among Ferrari collectors. The truth painted a far different picture, establishing the LaFerrari Aperta as a modern-day classic that financially-endowed Ferrari collectors were more than willing to pay way over its supposed market value. It not only sold for almost four times the actual price of a “standard” LaFerrari Aperta but the price it did go for immediately shot the convertible hypercar up the rankings as one of the most expensive Ferraris in the world. Not too bad for a car that wasn’t supposed to exist in the first place.

Continue after the jump to read the full story.

PostHeaderIcon Special LaFerrari Aperta Sells for 8.3 million EUR at Auction

Ferrari is known for being at the forefront of relief efforts whenever a natural disaster occurs, or being charitable just because. In one of their latest bouts of generosity they donated a unique LaFerrari Aperta which was auctioned for charity at RM Sotheby’s for a record-breaking 8.3 million euro.

All the proceeds from the LaFerrari Aperta auction, which was part of the Prancing Horse’s 70th Anniversary celebrations at the Fiorano circuit, will go to Save the Children, an international organisation that works to improve the lives of disadvantaged children in over 120 countries worldwide. In this case, the funds raised will be used for educational projects in Asia and Africa. In the past Ferrari has raised millions for victims and earthquakes and other such calamities by auctioning off one-off versions of their most sough-after models. Turns out this is a great way of extracting serious money from the extremely wealthy!



The LaFerrari Aperta auctioned at Fiorano was special for a number of reasons. This car was a special extra addition to the initial 209 cars built in this limited-edition special series. It also featured a one-of-a-kind a unique metallic Rosso Fuoco livery with double metallic Biano Italia racing stripe on its bonnet and tail. The sales price of this LaFezza puts it atop the the other LaFerrari which was auctioned for 7 million USD last year for the benefit of earthquake victims in Central Italy.

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PostHeaderIcon Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta #210

The last Ferrari Laferrari Aperta is headed to the auction block this weekend. That alone should be enough to warrant headlines, but as most of you already know, the auction-bound LaFerrari Aperta is special in its own right. This unit isn’t supposed to exist in the first place. This is the 210th LaFerrari Aperta, a last-second creation by Maranello that isn’t a part of the initial lot of 209 units that the automaker planned to launch but was nonetheless built as an auction piece to benefit the “Save the Children” charity.

The auction is set to take place at Ferrari’s Fiorano track and is part of RM Sotheby’s “Legend e Passione” event being held as part of the Italian automaker’s 50th anniversary. Befitting the event on September 9, Ferrari gave the LaFerrari Aperta a unique look no other model of its kind had when they all came out of production. These features firmly establish the 210th model as a legitimate one-of-a-kind LaFerrari Aperta, the kind of car that Ferrari collectors will trip over themselves to get a hold of. It’s no surprise then that neither Ferrari nor RM Sotheby’s has released an estimate for the car. Considering that the 500th LaFerrari – the precursor of the 210th LaFerrari Aperta – fetched $7 million in a similar auction setting last year, the sky really is the limit as to how much the 210th LaFerrari Aperta is going to sell for this weekend.

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PostHeaderIcon Lego’s Genius Knows No Bounds With Life-Sized Ferrari SF70H

I’m running out of superlatives to describe Lego. Really, I thought I had reached my limit when the company unveiled the life-size Lego version of the Mclaren 720S at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. Turns out, I was dead wrong because Lego, in all its genius, has found a way to raise its own bar yet again. Feast your eyes on this beauty, a life-sized version of Ferrari’s 2017 Formula One Race car, or as it’s otherwise known in F1 circles, the SF70H.

If the mere sight of the completed work isn’t enough to make your eyes pop out, the facts about this creation are certainly going to do it. According to Lego, every crevice of the model is made out of the studded plastic bricks, right down to the wheels, tires, and even the control knobs and gear switches on the car’s steering wheel. All in all, the model features a staggering 349,911 specific pieces. To put that in perspective, the aforementioned life-sized McLaren 720S that was presented at the Goodwood Festival of Speed “only” had 267,300 specific pieces. Adding to the ridiculousness of Lego version of the Ferrari SF70H is the fact that the whole model weighs 1,250 pounds, which is close to the actual weight of the SF70H.

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