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1978 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 NART Spider

Unseen in public since 1988, this ultra-rare and forward-thinking Ferrari 365 GTB/4 NART Spider will soon be unleashed at The Quail, Monterey. David Lillywhite got to see it first.

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1951 Ferrari 212 Inter Cabriolet by Vignale

This Vignale-bodied 212 Inter was owned by one of the first privateers to campaign Ferraris in motor sport. It’s in the UK after a 50-year absence – a chance for us to drive back to the early days of the marque.

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1987 Koenig Testarossa

Why settle for the subtle pleasures of a regular Ferrari Testarossa when Koenig-Specials could create something a little more forthright. We try one of the 21 built to see if it was a good idea. This one has 800bhp…

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2023 Ferrari SP3 Daytona

The SP3 Daytona blends Ferrari’s past, present and future in one delectable, V12-powered whole. Does it make history, or merely look longingly to the past?

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1977 Ferrari 512BB

This very Ferrari 512BB appeared on a poster to advertise its 188mph top speed. Can it still promise such thrills today? Robert Coucher drives the star of many a bedroom wall.

Editor's comment
BARRY HAYDEN
‘I loved the fact that the Ferrari 512BB's owner bought the actual car from the poster he had on his wall as a boy. I would need considerably more space for my choice: a Bell 222A helicopter, complete with a lifesize Jan-Michael Vincent.' Barry's superb photography accompanies Robert Coucher’s Ferrari 512BB.
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2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta

As an instant modern classic, the limited-production Ferrari 550 Barchetta was always going to be special. But how does driving this open-top V12 Ferrari feel more than two decades later?

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Road test 2024 Ferrari 296 GTB F171

The 296 is ferociously fast and fiendishly clever but Enright asks if the supercar still has a place in today’s world. Ferrari’s incredible 296 GTB offers an opportunity to consider how far the supercar has come and whether the genre still retains its Lustre.

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1990 Ferrari Testarossa

Keys on the table – I grew up hating the Testarossa. It seemed to exemplify everything I detested about the Eighties. Four-wheeled cocaine for the personality deficient; a Ferrari for whom saying they owned a Ferrari was more important than driving one; (questionable) style over substance – the opposite to a tuned Cossie. However, much as you need to be of a certain age to appreciate certain things – oysters, whisky, Pink Floyd – your first proper experience of a Testarossa will blow away any preconceptions. It’s sheer theatre – yes, there’s no getting away from its hedgerowtroubling width, but it’s also low, very red and festooned with the era-defining accoutrements we simply don’t get now. Pop-up headlamps, side strakes, antennae-like mirrors? Pass me the pastel shirt and loafers.

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1964 Ferrari 250 GTO/64

To many, the Ferrari 250 GTO is the unsurpassed peak of all things automotive. But even Ferrari tried to improve on it, and chassis 5575GT is the last of all. Marc Sonnery delves into its incredible history.

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1992 Ferrari 512 TR vs. 1996 Ferrari 550 Maranello

They are two Ferraris at the turn of the last millennium, two grand tourers for an audience that can't do without twelve cylinders. And yet, they are so different! The Testarossa successor, the 512 TR, is a result of racing evolution, while the successor 550 Maranello follows in the lineage of the elegant 365 GTB/4 Daytona.

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1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica SWB Coupe Aerodinamico

Driving Enzo’s car of choice, the luxury 400 Superamerica. The luxury supercar that was Enzo's favourite. Enzo Ferrari famously built road cars only to pay for racing. But then he built a road car so luxurious it became his personal choice of transport. Matthew Hayward drives the Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico.

Editor's comment
The Ferrari 400 Superamerica could well be up there with the prettiest of cars I've ever photographed. The proportions are almost perfect in my opinion; its fabulous swooping tail is certainly a personal favourite part.' Toms fantastic photography accompanies Matthew Haywards feature on.
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Road test 1966 Ferrari 330 GTC

Found abandoned in Venezuela, this Ferrari 330 GTC has now been restored in the UK to concours-winning condition. We tell its story and get behind the wh

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First production car to feature Apple CarPlay - Ferrari FF 2014

Page through the CAR guide section at the back of the magazine and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a new model that does not incorporate some form of smartphone integration; be it simple Bluetooth connectivity, or touchscreen systems that accommodate Android Auto or Apple CarPlay functionality. And it was the latter that set the scene for the sort of phone-to- car interaction we enjoy in so many of our vehicles right now.

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2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica

The Ferrari 575M was a watershed modern-era Ferrari. But it was the Leonardo Fioravanti-developed Superamerica that really opened it up

Editor's comment
ASTON PARROTT
‘It’s so much rarer than the Ferrari 575M on which it’s based, and subtly different in so many ways – except the roof. Which is radical and exciting in equal measure, and totally alters the character of the car.’ See for yourself! Aston’s fabulous Ferrari 575 Superamerica photography appears on this article.
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