Ferrari Sports Cars

Ferraris are respected for their performance, but revered for their style. Learn about Ferraris from the 275 GTB/4 NART Spyder to the Enzo and view photos of some of the fastest, most collected and most popular models around.


A one-of-a-kind barn find Ferrari was auctioned off as part of Ferrari's marquee event with Sotheby's to celebrate the company's 70th anniversary.

Sometimes buried treasure comes in a Ferrari-size package.

The design of the Ferrari FF has caused a great deal of controversy among Ferrari fans; however, the four-seat, four-wheel drive FF sacrifices nothing in the name of all-out Ferrari performance.

Early Ferraris like the 1955 Ferrari 250 MM GT Berlinetta were typical of low-volume cars in that there was little apparent consistency among them. Learn about the history, design, and specifications of the 1955 Ferrari 250 MM GT Berlinetta.

At first glance, the 1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica looks like a Chrysler Corporation show car from the mid-1950s. The styling has a vintage flair, from the trapezoidal grille to the flaring tailfins. Learn about the 1956 Ferrari 410 Superamerica.

The 1956-1966 Ferrari Superamerica and Superfast have been referred to as "the ultimate street Ferraris" by automotive historian Richard Langworth, describing them as "monstrously powerful." Check out the 1956-1966 Ferrari Superamerica and Superfast.

Ferrari road cars are the ultimate in driving excitement. Ferrari has an unmatched collection of high-performance sports cars that define automotive beauty and desire. Here are profiles and pictures of dozens of Ferrari road cars from 1947 to today.

The Five Most Collectible Ferraris lists the most coveted road going Ferraris. These Ferraris are treasured for their significance to the marque and to automotive history. Discover which Ferraris make the list, why, and what they look like.

The Five Fastest Ferraris decade by decade takes you on a high-speed thrill ride. Fast Ferrari is redundant, but some are faster than others. Check out these profiles and pictures of the fastest Ferraris.

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano climbs from 0-100 mph in seven seconds flat. The Fiorano combined technology and elegant simplicity. Learn more about the most powerful front V-12 GT Ferrari has ever produced.

The Ferrari 330 GT 2+2 made the four-seat Ferrari a mainstay. Inspiration for the styling touch has been attributed to Pininfarina’s Superfast IV. Learn more about the variations of the 330 GT 2+2 and its controversial headlamps.

The Ferrari 500 Superfast was the first Ferrari with standardized bodywork. The 500 Superfast marked the end of the custom-ordered Ferraris. Learn how this watershed Ferrari changed production standards.

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano climbs from 0-100 mph in seven seconds flat. The Fiorano combined technology and elegant simplicity. Learn more about the most powerful front V-12 GT Ferrari has ever produced.

The Ferrari 250 GT/L Lusso was the last 250 Ferrari would make. It was painted in NART’s racing livery of white with blue stripes. Learn about this classic Ferrari's blend of power and luxury.

The Ferrari 250 GT Cabriolet Coupe and Cabriolet Series II met with rave reviews from the motor sport press and road car enthusiasts. Check out these Ferrari designs which were a great commercial success.

The Ferrari 250 GT SWB was the last dual-purpose car by Ferrari. It was available with a body of steel or lightweight aluminum. Learn more about a Ferrari that was equally at home on the racetrack and on the road.

The Ferrari 410 Superamerica was built to provide the ultimate mix of luxury and speed. Check out the design features of this car which was owned by the Shah of Iran and Emperor Bao Dai.

The Ferrari 400 Superamerica featured many upgrades from its predecessor the 410 Superamerica. Learn about the new chassis which had a shorter wheelbase and the 4.0 L engine.

The Ferrari 250 GTE was the first four-seat model since 1954. It was also the most commercially successful Ferrari of its day. Learn why the 250 GTE was the personal choice of Enzo Ferrari.

The Ferrari 250 Europa GT debuted at the Paris Auto Show in 1954. Originally modeled on the 375 America chassis, Pinin Farina would shorten the wheel base. Check out this profile and pictures of the Europa GT.

The Ferrari 250 GT Boano and the Ferrari 250 GT Ellena were artful variations on the theme of the grand touring coupe. Pinin Farina's previous work inspired designers Mario Boano and Ezio Ellena to produce the lion's share of Ferrari 250 GTs.

Ferrari engines sometimes powered cars that didn't wear the prancing horse. Cars powered by a Ferrari engine include the ASA 1000 GT, Fiat Dino, Lancia Stratos, and Lancia Thema. Get valuable details on these cars.

Ferrari sets the pace for automotive excitement. Learn Ferrari’s story though every important Ferrari car and the people who designed them, built them, drove them, and raced them.

The Ferrari 212 Inter, along with the 166 Inter and 195 Inter models, redefined a legend. Explore a new beginning for Ferrari as they fused race car performance with road car style.

The Ferrari 340 America and 342 America brought about a larger engine, a dash of amenities, and the emergence of Ferrari's signature stylist. Learn how Pinin Farina helped Ferrari produce cars worthy of royalty.

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