10 Articles
1 / 1
12F430 Replacement: lightweight with turbo V8

Ferrari has promised to make its future products lighter and more mindful of the environment, and the first example of the Italian automaker's new direction will likely be the F430 replacement. This new Ferrari, code-named F142, is rumored to arrive towards the end of 2009 or early 2010. The vehicle will start out by weighing less than the F430, even the extra lightweight Scuderia model that tips the scales at 1250 kg. The Italian exotic could share technology and styling cues with the eco-frien

AddFerrari looking to cut CO2 emissions, reduce fuel use by 40 percent

Ferrari has been making some moves towards making vehicles that emit less CO2 and use less fuel. Today, Reuters is reporting that Ferrari's future (by 2012) will be one where the iconic red automobiles use 40 percent fuel and drop average CO2 emissions from 400 gm/km to 280-300. 300 grams per km is still a lot, but let's remember that Ferrari only sells around six thousand vehicles a year and that these cars spend most of their time indoors. As we've talked about before, Ferrari's angles of atta

3Ferrari shows off future technologies with its FXX Mille Chili concept

Details have started to emerge regarding Ferrari's new eco-friendly concept vehicle, the FXX Mille Chile. Ferrari, like other high performance vehicle manufacturers, realize that it needs to develop and introduce new technologies in order to keep selling its high-performance brand of vehicles. Ferrari has been working on many of these technologies and is showing them off on its latest concept. It's important to note that this is merely a paper and wood concept and is not slated for production. I

AddThe Ferrari Mille Chili eco-concept - picture and details inside!

UPDATE: We wanted to make sure that all of our readers are aware that this is just a concept. There is no chance that this vehicle is going to go into production. In fact, the concept is made of paper and wood... which is leaving many a sour taste in their mouths. I'll be honest here... it doesn't bother me at all. In fact, I think it is great. Hear me out... This concept proves that Ferrari, and all of the other high performance vehicle manufacturers know that they are going to need new technol

1 / 1