What you missed on 9.11.14
Big news at Ferrari: CEO Luca di Montezemolo is officially stepping down. In his wake, he leaves quite a legacy, and thus, the Autoblog editors have been reminiscing about our favorite Prancing Horse models from Montezemolo's tenure. Of course, what started as a simple discussion turned into an all out battle, but you can read our staff's five favorite Ferraris from the '90s and '00s, here.
Driving Maserati's diesel-powered Ghibli
Slowly but surely, automakers are warming up to the idea of diesel engines in sports car applications. We've seen products from Porsche, BMW, and Audi all burning hot oil, and the latest darling comes from Maserati, with its diesel-powered Ghibli sedan. This one isn't headed Stateside anytime soon, but European Editor Noah Joseph took it for a spin to see how a diesel powerplant affects the already-good Ghibli. Read his notes, here.
Mazda MX-5 Miata to ditch hardtop?
Say it ain't so! Could Mazda be ditching the power folding hardtop with its fourth-generation MX-5 Miata? There's plenty of evidence that suggests this could be the case, but there's also a solid argument for the hardtop to live on. Read all about it in our report, and of course, let us know your thoughts on this matter, as well.
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