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The famed Italian sports car maker is set to expand its market range
Ferrari has dropped an all-new car, privately launching it at a client event in Rome – and it had to be Italy’s storied capital because the car itself is named Roma. But breathe a sigh of relief as the latest car to wear a Prancing Horse badged and which is not a direct replacement of edition of an existing model in its illustrious range is not an SUV. At least not yet!
SEMA is all about outlandish customisation, and YeeHaw V8s – so why the electric interlopers?
Beginning of the end? Or a lighting up a new future?
Gorgeous, hallowed and expensive – but should they allowed? Are they not automotive blasphemy?
If I was a billionaire right now (even though I’m most excruciatingly and painfully aware that I’m not and the closest financial reality I could aspire to is a thousandaire) but if I was, hypothetically speaking, I’d be absolutely torn.
Don’t be fooled by its diminutive size, this is one feisty little hot hatch
Remember Rhino the hamster-in-a-ball who is a fan of, and then befriends, Bolt the supposed superdog in the 2008 Disney movie? Rhino is tiny and tubby, but a powerhouse of passion, puissance and pluck; naive about the world, unshakeable in self-belief, and unconcerned about any notion of conventionality.
That’s who this crazed and not-so-cuddly-and-cute, Fiat Abarth 595 Competizione, reminds me of.