Ferrari 488 GTB: Ferrari’s Exotic Kingpin

Ferrari 488 GTB

Okay, to be honest with you, I think Ferrari make a bunch of cars that look the same. Yes there I said it, it will take a careful eye to notice the difference between some of their models. However, aside from the looks each car has different specs to suit a different audience. The Ferrari 488 is distinguished from its peers with its power and grace.

The History

Ferrari 488 GTB was pre-launched in Italy on February 2015, before its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2015. It replaced the 458 Italia. The two-seater coupe endeared itself to critics and fans alike. Later in September 2015, the Spider roadster made its debut. Read More

Ferrari FF: The “Fastest” Four Seater In The World

Ferrari FF

Ferrari the world’s strongest brand, makes great cars and that is why they have such brand power. The Ferrari FF is a rethink and an unorthodox car as it takes up a different direction altogether.  The main highlight of this car is that it has four wheel drive. Ferrari have dubbed it the “fastest” four seater in the world. However, let’s see how other automakers like Audi, Rolls Royce, Mercedes AMG respond.

The History

The Ferrari FF was made in 2011 as a replacement for the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti grand tourer. It is an amazing grand tourer that is moulded into a shooting-break bodystyle. A shooting-break body is where features of a coupe and a station wagon are combined to make a sporty variant. Of interest the shooting-break style has gone through a revolution, and is making some kind of renaissance in recent years. Read More

Ferrari LaFerrari: The Ferrari that Looks Like A Pagani


Ferrari’s famed and acclaimed prancing horse is known as the world’s most powerful brand according to Brand Finance. Now keep in mind that to be the top brand in the world you have to out compete brands like Coca Cola and Apple. If you don’t believe in Ferrari as a brand then explain how the Ferrari 250 GTO became the most expensive car ever, selling at a whopping $ 38,115,000. Try selling the first ever iPhone or even the first ever coke bottle for at least a quarter of that amount. Now Ferrari have gone a step further and tried to translate that brand power into horsepower with the LaFerrari. This is the most powerful Ferrari ever. Read More