Meet The Maserati MC20 Cielo: The Convertible Supercar That'll Undercut Ferrari

Sometimes, convertible versions of sports and supercars are unjustly dismissed by enthusiasts. They're often heavier and less structurally rigid. Those usually aren't things you'd want in a purpose-built car meant to set impressive times at the local track day. Thankfully, technology has progressed to the point where those factors can often be mitigated, if not eliminated. More on that later.
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Tesla Model S Plaid Races Ferrari F8 Tributo, Twin-Turbo Audi R8

It will take a very special, probably modified and possibly not road legal ICE vehicle that could beat a Tesla Model S Plaid for acceleration off the line. Based on what we’ve seen in this video, a 710 horsepower Ferrari F8 Tributo and a modified twin-turbo Audi R8 V10 are no match for it; the Tesla actually makes these ridiculously quick cars appear slow.
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Ray-Ban Teams up With Scuderia Ferrari F1 Drivers on Two Pairs of Track-Ready Sunglasses

Click here to read the full article. Ray-Ban has teamed up with two of Formula 1’s leading racers on two new pairs of sunglasses with track-ready style. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz, the official drivers of the Scuderia Ferrari team, each customized a pair of limited-edition shades for Ray-Ban’s Scuderia Ferrari Collection. Sainz’s glasses offer an updated take on Ray-Ban’s beloved Clubmaster shape, with black wing brows meant to evoke the spirit of the new Scuderia Ferrari race car, F1-75, which launched in February. Sainz, who’s the son of a double World Rally Champion, is known for his ambition, and the yellow...
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This Ferrari 812 GTS Interior Would Embarrass A Pagani

We share a number of tuning stories here on CarBuzz, and often, we wish we hadn't. Some tuning conversions are so terrifyingly hideous that you wish you'd never seen them. But when Carlex Design tells us about a new build, we just know it's going to be good. This is an interior design specialist that understands that the most vital ingredient in any build is subtlety, and while some are still offensive, most of its work is gorgeous. Rather than trying to make it obvious that it has modified a car, Carlex refinishes a car in such a way that it looks better than OEM, and now it has applied that trademark restraint and craftsmanship to the exquisite Ferrari 812 GTS.

Ferrari Fantasy: New Lego Technic Set Lets You Build a 1:8-Scale Daytona SP3

Lego Technic introduces a 1:8-scale replica of a red Ferrari Daytona SP3. The Ferrari model has working parts like moving pistons and doors that open. The entire set includes 3778 pieces and costs $399.99. Who doesn't want to own a Ferrari? Okay, maybe not Lewis Hamilton or Bruce McLaren, but...

Lego Technic Ferrari Daytona SP3 Has Us Seeing Red

Lego's Technic models aren't the usual snap-some-bricks-together sets you see on children's shelves. Through more complex pieces, the company is able to create "toys" that contain impressive features like working transmissions or pneumatic cranes. The latest Lego Technic set has plenty of wow factor, and for car geeks, it may be the easiest way to say they own a Ferrari.

New Lego Technic Ferrari Daytona SP3 Gets Working Gearbox, Pistons

The newest Lego Technic kit miniaturizes one of Ferrari’s more recent debuts – the Daytona SP3. It joined Ferrari’s Icona series of cars last November. The new Lego model goes on sale on June 1, and the two companies are commemorating its launch with a limited-run coffee table style book chronicling the pair’s collaboration on the kit. Lego plans to print just 5,000 copies of the book.
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The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Lego Technic Kit is 3,778 Pieces of Pure Automotive Joy

Lego, the famous toy company from Denmark, has announced a miniature Technic kit of the breathtakingly beautiful Ferrari Daytona SP3. Although there have been multiple leaks online about the toy supercar, there is now an official statement from Lego that states the price which is €/$399.99, and it will officially go on sale in June 2022.

Lamborghini Will Copy Ferrari For Its First EV

In the last decade or so, the automotive industry has gone through a massive transformation to comply with stringent regulations and changing customer demands. The rise of the SUV and electrification has spelled doom for the once-popular sedan, for example, with brands rushing to bolster their respective ranges with high-riding crossovers.

Has Mansory’s 1,085bhp SF90 outdone Ferrari's own XX Programme?

German tuner creates the F9XX. Is surely expecting a call from Ferrari any day now... Skip 9 photos in the image carousel and continue reading. Turn on Javascript to see all the available pictures. Mansory has unveiled its take on the Ferrari SF90, and that’s pretty much all you’d need...

F1 Leaders Red Bull, Ferrari Not Worried About Mercedes' Perceived Gains

Red Bull and Ferrari aren't exactly sweating over the fact that Mercedes showed marked improvement at the recent Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix, where George Russell finished third and Lewis Hamilton fifth. After struggling badly at the start of the all-new ground effect era, Russell was on the podium in...