Just found a few shots of the unique Ferrari Superamerica 45. This one-off model was specifically made for a renowned Ferrari collector, Mr. Peter Kalikow, president of one of New York City’s leading real estate firms.
Nothing displays power, elegance, and a rich tradition in automotive history, as does the roaring blur of a Ferrari speeding down the road. When Ferrari first fueled his cars in Monaco for the first edition of the famed Formula 1 World Championship in 1950, a fine tradition and legacy was established. Only a privileged few enjoy the luxury of owning such a fine vehicle. Protecting your Ferrari should come as second nature, as is the case when you protect your child. Having the right kind of car insurance is essential to preserving your Ferrari. The first step is to call for auto insurance rates. Just because you have a fine, luxury sports vehicle doesn’t mean you have to call for a quote through some company with a golden lining. There are several companies out there that match drivers with policies based on the type of car they own, the type of coverage they want, and their past driving history. Whether you own a vehicle that set you back over 200K, or an economical 15 grand, these companies offer non-biased coverage plans to best suit you as an individual.
This picture, snapped in China at a private function, purportedly shows the front end of Ferrari’s new upcoming range-topper, the F70. We’ll keep you posted as more information surfaces in the upcoming days.
Sunday morning eight Ferraris, three Mercedes and a Lamborghini were caught up in a 14-car pile-up on the Chugoku Expressway in southern Honshu, western Japan.
The cars were traveling at over 90mph, when one of the drivers lost control of his vehicle while trying to change lanes on the wet, slippery road. The trailing cars couldn’t avoid the vehicle, that went spinning after hitting the barrier.
Ten people (five men and five women) were taken to hospital, but no one was seriously injured.
This is probably the most expensive car crash in history, with a combined value of over $4 million.
The guys at Hamann are at it again, and they’ve got a brand new 458 Italia in their hands. Luckily (for us who love the way the 458 looks as it is), this time they’ve only modified the wheels, developing black, ultra-light 21 inch alloy wheels with a cross-spoke design.