The iconic red colour, prancing horse and a stubborn Italian attitude which cost them Le Mans and generated a fearsome rival on the road, Ferrari is one of the most iconic car manufacturers in history. The ludicrous performance and handling of a race car and prices which will make your eyes water. We have been lucky enough to photograph and drive nearly all of Ferrari's range of cars. In this gallery you will find a selection of images from across the years and models. All images are form paid clients.
Ferrari F430 Scuderia
Scuderia stands for team in Italian and was the name designated to the track version of the F430. The Scuderia features a lighter, carbon fibre body and a tuned engine for more power.
Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta
The 458 is considered one of the best handling cars of all time. To strip back the weight and replace it with carbon fibre would only make it better, no? How about taking the roof off? Say hello to the Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta of which only 499 have been made.
Ferrari F12 TDF
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The Ferrari F12 was the successor to the 599. Featuring Ferrari's famous V12, the F12 was a more aggressive F1 inspired car. The F12 was destined to become one of Ferrari's iconic road cars, introducing the TDF. Lighter, faster, track focused and limited run, the F12 TDF is a true collectors piece and a real weapon on the road and track.
Ferrari 488 70th Edition
2017 saw the 70th anniversary of Ferrari. To commemorate the occasion, special 70th anniversary editions of the current range of cars were introduced. These special models embodied icons from across Ferrari's history of road and racing.
Ferrari 488 Pista
Pista meaning track in Italian is the latest moniker given to Ferrari's hardcore track car. Unlike the Speciale and Scuderia, the Pista features, as standard, a carbon fibre body upon which the owner can apply full customisation including light weight £25k carbon fibre wheels and a camera which records your track times with telemetry. There will be around 3,500 of Ferrari's 488 Pista's made so spotting one on the road might be quite rare.
Ferrari Monza SP2
"THE FIRST IN A NEW CONCEPT OF LIMITED SERIES 'ICONA' CARS" the Monza is an open top, 2 seater (SP2) or single seater (SP1) road going race car which embodies Ferrari's past into the future.
Ferrari 250 GTE
The Ferrari 250 was one of the first of Ferrari's road going models and the GTE was a 2+2 V12 designed for cruising around the streets of Modena with friends and family. It was rumored to be one of the only Ferraris Enzo actually owned.
Ferrari 275 GTB
Ferrari 275 GTS
The Ferrari 275 GTS is considered one of the most beautiful cars produced by Ferrari. Made in the Italian town of Maranello, the 275 was the refined road car which really made Ferrari's path into road going cars viable.
Ferrari 512 BB
The 512 BB is an extremely unique car. It featured a flat V12 engine giving it the name Berlinetta Boxer otherwise known as BB. This mid-mounted engine made it an amazing car to drive. At the time this Ferrari would have cost around £60k. Nowadays an example like this would cost upwards of £200k, not a bad investment!
Ferrari "Dino" 206 & 246 GT/GTS
Not considered a "real" Ferrari by purists due to its small V6 engine, the Dino went for years under the radar. However though this curvaceous Italian has won the hearts of many and is one of the brands break through cars. Some might say it was ahead of its time.
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If you removed the badges and left it on the street not many people could tell you what model it was let alone brand however, the Ferrari 550 is one of the purest Ferrari's made, V12, manual and built for 2.
Ferrari 599 HGTE
Front engine, V12 Ferraris are always the prized car to have. The 599 was no exception with a 6.0l V12 the 599 produced 612BHP and 448 lb-ft of torque which took you from 0-60 in 3.2secs!
With a murderous face, unbridled V12 engine and lightning fast gear changes, the F12 is considered by many, the scariest car on the road.
Emblem Sports Cars
The Ferrari FF was the companies first step towards a 4 wheel drive GT car in a shooting brake style, giving it 4 usable seats. This model paved the way for the Lusso.
Ferrari 812 and GTS
The Ferrari 812 is the lastest big V12 engined Ferrari. Compared to the 599 this very much feels like Fiat, the owners of Ferrari, have had their hand in building it. That being said, the roar of the V12 certainly lets you know it has the heart of Enzo Ferrari still at its core.
Ferrari 328 GTS
Often mistaken for the Magnum PI Ferrari, the 328 is the successor to the timelessly pretty 308. The 328 carried the same lines as the 308 but more "beefed up" with a bigger engine and more driver refinements.
Ferrari 348 Spider
At a quick glance you could easily mistake the 348 for either a Tesstarossa or its successor, the 355 but the 348 is a great stand alone car with a more "raw" driving experience.
Ferrari F355 F1 Spider
The Ferrari F355 is probably one of the most iconic cars of all time. It has been featured in movies, TV shows and even had its own game; Ferrari 355 Challenge for Sega! How much is a Ferrari 355? Nowadays a model like this would start at £60k.
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The 360 is the successor to the 355, but placing the two together you would be hard struck to believe they had linage. Even though the 360 moves away from the wedge styling and 90's pop-ups, the 360 still shares some styling, but overall is a futuristic step in style and design.
Considered the more refined version of the 360, the 430 is one of the all time greatest V8 models next to the 458. Fantastic sound, great on the road and a real Ferrari. Career highlight was being given the keys to a black 430 and asked to take it to London from Bournemouth.
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The last of the naturally aspirated V8's, the 458 is considered one of the best all time V8 Ferraris thanks to its on road performance and unfiltered noise.
Ferrari 488 GTB and Spider
The 488 is the current sports V8 in Ferrari's line up. It was the first car to feature a twin turbo instead of a straight V8. The 488 is now at the end of its production line and soon to be replaced with the F8.
Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T
Unfairly the Lusso gets a lot of stick, however it is probably one of the best grand tourers on the market. It looks good, everyone can fit in it and the sound of the exhaust as it howls into the distance is music! I would happily own one of these in a heartbeat!
Ferrari F8 Tributo
The Ferrari F8 Tributo is the new mid-rear-engined sports car. It is a car with unique characteristics and is an homage to the most powerful V8 in Ferrari history.