Check out the Ferrari 458 Italia

Our friends over at Sub5zero.com have some killer pics of a Ferrari 458 Italia in a a camouflage wrap. Very cool.

Cam-Shaft is a German car wrapping shop with high-end customization aspirations. They recently completed a camouflage vinyl wrap for a Ferrari 458 Italia that was specifically designed with a special matte-brown hue to match the interior of the customer’s vehicle. As the company expands their offerings we look forward to see what kind of interior and exterior mods they introduce. For now, we will just bask in the glory of the camouflage Ferrari 458 Italia sitting in the snow.

Check out more photos and read the full article here.

  

The Ferrari 599 GTO

It’s nice to dream about cars we know we’ll never own so let’s add this Ferrari 599 GTO and place it right at the top! It might get rough though because Ferrari is reportedly only going to produce 500 of these bad boy.

This machine looks unreal….

Ferrari is reportedly taking pre-orders for an ultra-high-performance version of the already impressive 599 GTB. The vehicle, referred to as the 599 GTO on Ferrari’s ordering information, is rumored to be inspired by the 599XX track-only model that launched earlier this year at the Geneva Auto Show.

Not only would the 599 GTO get a more powerful V12 engine with anywhere from 680 to 700-hp (up from the standard car’s 611-hp rating), but it would also weigh anywhere from 100 to 150-lbs less. We expect a more light-weight race-inspired interior as well as carbon fiber body parts to help reduce the weight.

With just 500 models set for production the asking price would be closer to the $400,000 mark.

  

Motor Trend road test of 2010 Ferrari California

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Scott Mortara loves the new Ferrari California.

The California is a car filled with firsts for Ferrari: the first front-engine V-8, the first use of direct injection, the first seven-speed transmission, the first true launch-control system, the first retractable hardtop, and the first stacked exhaust. But fear not, all these firsts have not changed the purity of Ferrari; they’ve just expanded its range.

There have been front-engine sixes and 12s, but this is the first front-engine eight and with it Ferrari has managed to make the entry-level California a true supercar in every sense of the word. The direct injection helps improve mileage and decrease emissions but because the California is heavier than the F430 it shares its engine architecture with, the tuning is optimized to boost torque by 14 lb-ft at the expense of 29 horsepower, for a total of 454 hp and 357 lb-ft.

Mortara also liked the interior, calling it the best Ferrari interior so far. Looks like a winner.

  

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