We have seen how LEGO went to length to promote its products. From putting a life-size X-Wing Fighter on the snow mountain to a drivable LEGO car to the various life-size LEGO sculptures. But this time, it has gone a little farfetched with the claim of the “first LEGO model to speed of over 200 …
Nothing feels as good as spending a night at the movies. And if you’re a car enthusiast like us, a movie that involves cars. Some years ago, a genius found a way to merge the two by coming up with the drive-in movie theater, but that’s almost obsolete now.
Here’s a racing simulator steering wheel that only diehard F1 fans will be able to appreciate. Why? Because, the Thrustmaster Formula Add-on Ferrari SF1000 Edition is, as the name implies, is a gaming replica of the wheel found the the Ferrari SF1000, a Formula 1 racing car that competed in the 2020 Formula 1 World …
Unless you are super rich and also live near a race track, or perhaps, own a racing team, buying a track-only sports car is kind of silly. But if you can and want, Ferrari has just the race car for you.
GTO Engineering has been mucking around with Ferrari road and race cars. In recent times, the UK-based engineering firm has stepped up its game by making its own sports car. It started with the classic 250-inspired 250 SWB Revival and more recently, a new sports car codenamed Moderna based on the classic 250 GTO.
Rich people buy expensive cars. Super rich people, on the other hand, won’t want to be seen driving a car somebody else is may also own. It (the car) has to one-and-only. And one-and-only is what the Ferrari Omologata is.
This is a Ferrari. But where are the wheels? Well, it does need any because, this handsome fellow is a speed boat, or to be precise, it is a 1952 Ferrari Arno XI Racing Boat. Or to be even more precise, it is a hydroplane. Pretty futuristic-looking for something born out of the 50s, don’t …
Ferrari’s newest exotic supercar (more like hypercar, really), the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, is the Italian supercar maker’s first plug-in hybrid and also the marque’s first sports car to come outfitted with 4-wheel-drive – an inclusion Ferrari said is necessary “to allow the incredible power unleashed by the hybrid powertrain to be fully exploited.”