More than 140 vehicles from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s will be auctioned off individually by RMSothebys across several events next year.
At least the hybrid hypercar wasn’t damaged on that day, as long as the camera kept rolling at least.
Perfect when a standard Ferrari 599 GTB isn’t good enough.
The Ferrari SPCJ3 features a screaming 6.3-liter V12.
Created by Maranello’s Spedial Projects Division, it may offer a glimpse of the rumored 812 Aperta.
This Ferrari may look badly damaged but everything under the skin works and sounds as it should.
The entry-level Ferrari may only have a V6 but it should still be a true Prancing Horse.
The Superfast is about to pop its top, but just how many will Maranello produce?
This thinly disguised 488 could very well be a very early mule of Ferrari’s first ‘mainstream’ hybrid.
A Manhattan man’s Ferrari was left with a damaged door and a missing side-view mirror after getting dropped off at a Tribeca parking garage.
The bump in power comes courtesy of a plug-and-play ECU module that costs €3,360 in Germany.
The power upgrade is said to offer Aventador levels of performance.