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If at first you outright fail, try again

You can't keep a good drift car down.

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Not much cargo space for presents.

Reindeer don't make these sounds.

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The frankensupercar meets its donor for a smoky good time.

You've heard the GT86 with a Ferrari engine roar. Now watch it drift.

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The Ferrari-powered Toyota finally roars to life!

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This cars and coffee crash didn't involve a Mustang.

There was a bizarre crash at a Virginia cars and coffee that ended with a failed parallel parking attempt and a Mercedes 380SL on top of a Ferrari 458's nose.

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Ferrari's latest riff on the 458 is pretty decadent.

A young couple had an exceedingly unlucky wedding day when they crashed their rented Ferrari into a house in Burnley, Lancashire.

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A Ferrari 458 Speciale with an aftermarket exhaust creates an amazing sound while revving in a tunnel and even shoots flames from the back.

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These spy shots of a Ferrari 458 test mule might be the latest evidence of the company working on the revival of the Dino.

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Evo makes a pilgrimage to the Circuit de la Sarthe for the 24 Hours of Le Mans in a Ferrari 458 Speciale and Porsche 911 GT3, stopping along the way at the old Rouen-Les-Essarts circuit.

Recalls

Ferrari is recalling 814 models from its 2015 lineup to replace improperly assembled driver's side airbag modules. The devices can deploy in a manner that's rotated from how they are meant to.

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Say goodbye to the naturally aspirated 458 Italia and hello to the new and improved forced-induction Ferrari 488 GTB, set to debut next month at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

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Want to get your hands on a Ferrari 458 Speciale? You're in good company, because demand for what could be the last naturally aspirated V8 supercar from Maranello is apparently soaring. As a result, some buyers who've already placed their orders are reportedly being "advised" to add on extra options or risk losing their place on the waiting list to someone who will.

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With nearly 600 horsepower from a sonorous 4.5-liter V8 nestled in an already fantastic platform, Ferrari might have outdone itself with the 458 Speciale. At this year's Paris Motor Show, it took the idea to the next logical step by letting buyers drop the coupe's top with the limited-edition 458 Speciale Aperta. Evo recently got the chance to drive one of the 499 of them; unfortunately, it was pouring rain the whole time. Still, when you get an opportunity to drive such a special Prancing Horse

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Autocar wants to find Britain's best driver's car, and it's challenging a murderers' row of some of the world's best performance vehicles to find out, including the latest Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. All of them were therefore assembled at the Castle Combe Circuit to find a winner.

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The prospect of buying a new Ferrari convertible is by no means an affordable one, but prices can vary greatly. The California T, for example, sells for under $200k. The 458 Spider fetches over $250k. The new F60 America is said to have sold out at around ten times that much. But what about the 458 Speciale A?

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To say that Ferrari has made some powerful drop-tops over the years would be like saying the Pope has been known to make a couple of blessings here and there. There was the F50, the 575 Superamerica and the 599 SA Aperta, to name just a few. But this is the most powerful Spider it has ever made.

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The Hyper-Fast, Hyper-Frugal, and Hyper-French

Don't let the shiny objects detract from the serious side of the show. Sales, fuel economy and regulations are part of the conversation.

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Let all of the speculation finally end because the convertible version of the Ferrari 458 Speciale is here. However, the Prancing Horse isn't calling it a spider; instead it's dubbed the 458 Speciale A, which stands for Aperta or "open" in English. It's also limited to a scant 499 cars, a few more than the 458 first rumored.

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Ferrari is recalling 3,000 458 Italia and Spider models and, believe it or not, it's not because they may catch fire. Nope, instead, the issue focuses on anyone that's unfortunate enough to become trapped in the Ferrari's perilously small frunk (front-mounted trunk).