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The Ferrari F50 cost about $500,000 when it was launched in 1995. These days they're trading hands at auction for at least $1.5 million, with one expected to sell for as much as $2.9m.


More than a year since its debut in Beverly Hills, Ferrari delivered the first of ten F60 America roadsters to its proud owner at the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic.


An invite sent out to select customers suggests that Ferrari is preparing to roll out a new version of the FF, its all-wheel-drive, four-seat (and somewhat awkward-looking) shooting brake.


This is a rather rare Ferrari F40 GT, the kind that most owners would likely coddle in between track sessions. But not the guys at Tax the Rich, who've made a name for themselves doing the unthinkable with expensive supercars.


This Ferrari 335 S that once lead at Le Mans could become one of the most expensive cars ever to be sold at auction when it crosses the block next month during the Salon Retromobile in Paris.


On February 3, RM Sotheby's will auction the rebuilt 2004 Ferrari Enzo that Stefan Eriksson sliced in half in a high-speed crash.


Ferrari held a contest among top design schools around the world to design the supercar of the future, and picked a French design as the winning entry.


Ferrari has officially split off from former parent company Fiat Chrysler, with most of its shares distributed to FCA's shareholders, some staying in the family, and the rest being traded on stock markets in New York and Milan.


Ferrari has instructed its dealers not to sell any new 488s until the same fuel line issue that prompted a recall of the California T can be resolved.


RM Sotheby's has a pristine long-wheelbase 1962 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodinamico coupe for sale in Paris come February, where it's expected to sell for over $3 million.


Ferrari North America recalls 304 examples of the California T for a fuel line issue.

Ferrari Still Most Desirable Brand For Collectors

An amazing array of classics went up for auction in 2015, including these ten examples that each sold for over $10 million, highlighted by Fangio's Ferrari.


The 1956 Ferrari 290 MM driven by Juan Manuel Fangio fetched $28.05 million in RM Sotheby's Driven by Disruption sale in New York, setting a new high for the year, the city, and the auction house.


A Lego Ferrari F40 goes from just two bricks to a complete model of the famous supercar in just a minute in this fun time-lapse video.


You Don't Even Know How Badly You Want It

We drove a Ferrari F355 Spider on a 5,600-mile journey from California to Newfoundland. It's the last beautiful Ferrari, and you don't even know how badly you want it.


This Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta Competizione has undergone a comprehensive 14-month restoration process at Ferrari Classiche, reworking everything from the bodywork to the engine, and cloaking it in a beautiful shade of gray with a deep brown interior.


In an apparent case of industrial espionage, Mercedes alleges that one of its F1 powertrain engineers was preparing to take secrets with him to Ferrari.

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