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Batteries

Maserati Revs Up Ferrari-Powered Performance Models

Internally developed V-6 waiting in the wings

Business

World's Most Expensive Car May Get a Lot More Affordable (Relatively Speaking)

Trademark decision paves the way for replicas of iconic Ferrari

Design

2003 Ferrari Enzo Nets Online Auction Record of $2.6 Million

Extravagant impulse buying with the click of a mouse

Design

Cars Without Coffee: Bob Boniface’s Italian Beauties

Third in our series of what auto people have in their garages. Here’s what Bob Boniface has inside

Mobility

Competition v Collaboration in the Auto Industry

Ford v Ferrari brings up questions of competition in the auto industry in this new emerging age of global awareness.

Five Red Cars for Christmas

Things you probably wished you got for Christmas, not under your tree, but in the driveway. . .

Design

Fast Christmas

Why not get a limited-edition Mustang Shelby GT350 for that special someone on your list?

Economics

Putting Material in Its Place

Shedding weight to make cars more efficient is complicated by the economic advantages of using as many of the same components as possible in multiple models, says Altair Engineering’s Richard Yen.

Mobility

A Deep-Dive Into the Rotary Engine

Yes, the rotary engine may be a thing of the past for auto, but this inventor thinks he has a way that will make it more appealing

Design

Ford and Electric Vehicles—And, Yes, the Mustang Mach-E

Yes, the Mustang Mach-E. But there is a rich history here.

New Ferrari GT Coupe Takes Shape

Ferrari SpA took the wraps off its all-new Roma 2+2 coupe this week in Italy.

Sales

Carmakers Back Trump on California Emissions Stance

Major carmakers—including Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, General Motors, Hyundai/Kia, Nissan and Toyota—are backing the Trump administration’s position that California is barred by federal law from setting its own fuel economy standards and zero-emission vehicle sales quotas.

Additive Manufacturing

Lightening Up Through Topology Optimization

Products can be lighter and better through the application of topology optimization. However, they might look somewhat different. . .

Ferrari Flexes SUV Customization

Ferrari SpA’s upcoming SUV/crossover vehicle will be built on a flexible platform that that offers unique and customizable features, says Chief Technical Officer Michael Leiters.

Business

New Porsche 911 Is Tops in Model Profitability

Porsche AG’s redesigned 911 sports car contributes 29% of the company's profits, the industry's highest margin for any new model launched in 2019.

Ferrari Adds Convertible Version of 812 Speedster

Ferrari SpA says its new 812 GTS is the most powerful production convertible in the world.

Business

CNH Industrial to Split in Two

Industrial vehicle producer CNH Industrial NV plans to split in two next year in a bid to hike value.

Sales

Lambo’s Valuation Jumps on SUV Sales

Exotic supercar maker Automobil Lamborghini SpA is seeing its market value soar because of the success of its popular and sedately designed Urus crossover vehicle.

Business

1994 McLaren Auctioned for Nearly $20 Million

An unidentified buyer paid $19.8 million for a 1994 McLaren F1 supercar at a RM Sotheby auction during last weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California. 

Lamborghini Mulls Le Mans Racer

Volkswagen AG’s Lamborghini unit is considering joining the hypercar category in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) series with a new model based on the supercar maker’s one-off SC18 project car.

Materials & Lightweighting

Jeep, Ferrari Win Lightweighting Honors

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV’s Jeep Wrangler SUV and Ferrari SpA’s Portofino supercar won this year’s Altair Enlighten Award in the high-production and low-volume categories, respectively.

Hybrid

Slovenian Hypercar Firm Touts Lightweight Hybrid

Low-volume Slovenian manufacturer Tushek Ltd. says its new TS 900 H Apex hybrid-electric two-seater weighs just over 3,100 lbs, making it the world’s lightest supercar.

Economics

Ferrari’s Revenue, Core Earnings Climb

Ferrari NV reports that its shipments of its supercars in the second quarter rose 8% to 2,700 units. Net revenue climbed 9% to €984 million ($1.1 billion).

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