Ferrari is paving its way to future growth with a look to its roots. The company's new CEO, Louis Camilleri, unveiled a new business plan Tuesday that includes reviving iconic models and embedding them with Formula One technology. Significantly expanding Ferrari's electric-gasoline hybrid powertrain offering and affirming plans to introduce a utili...

The Ferrari Museum in Maranello, Italy, is celebrating the 120th anniversary of Enzo Ferrari’s birth with two special exhibits, “Driven by Enzo” and “Passion and Legend.” “Driven by Enzo” features the four-seat cars driven personally by the company’s founder.  “As is well-known, Enzo Ferrari used to try out every car produced at Maranello himself,...

When Italian-born Ettore Bugatti would go to work as a car manufacturer, he would do so on horseback. The maker of high-performance cars would incorporate his love of horses right in front of the car he would make. The grill is still shaped like a horseshoe. "Horses, horsepower seemed to be a winning combination," said Alan Rosenblum, who owns two...

Dane is joined ‘on the road’ with the General Manager of Italian Village, Joe Deininger, to talk about celebrating 91 years for The Italian Village, Chicago specific Italian foods and their 21st Annual Ferrari Fest coming up this weekend. The Fest showcases 40 to 60 Ferrari’s in a family fun atmosphere with delicious Italian food. All money made at...

While the wildest Pininfarina design at Pebble Beach this year will likely be Jim Glickenhaus' Ferrari 512S-based Modulo concept car from 1970, the fastest should be the all-electric Pininfarina PF0, ready for its 2020 debut. Pininfarina Automobili's first product promises performance figures worthy of their partnership with Rimac, including a 0-62...

Sunday September 9 10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT. Lawn Terrace Adjacent to the Graduate Physics Building, Stony Brook University, 100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY. Admission: free; open to the public. Sponsored by Center for Italian Studies at Stony Brook University. Annual Celebration of Italian Vehicle Excellence and Beauty: A display of "art forms on...

A rare car is expected to nab a rare price. The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO will be auctioned by RM Sotheby's at the annual Monterey Car Week event this Saturday. RM Sotheby's, a classic car auction company, calls the entry "the most important Ferrari ever offered publicly." Bids are expected to break records, potentially making the GTO the most expensive...

On Aug. 12, Tuscan Brands will host the sixth annual Concorso Italiano car show at its flagship location in Salem. Hosted by Tuscan Brands founder and owner, Joe Faro, the automobile showcase will feature European luxury cars including Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches, McLarens and Maseratis, which will be on display at the Tuscan Village Piazza, t...

Anyone who appreciates Italian cars and cuisine will want to check out this sweet street festival on Friday night in the heart of Pittsburgh’s vibrant Strip District. Sleek automobiles, authentic piastra and cicchetti dishes and summery cocktails will line 15th Street when Ron Lewis Alfa Romeo and Lidia’s Pittsburgh team up to celebrate all things...

Gary Harlan Ross of Falls Village has mixed memories of his first Alfa Romeo. It was a 1959 Veloce model. He bought when he was 18 years old and a student at Wesleyan University in Middletown. Commuting from his home in Wallingford, he spotted it one day sitting on the lot of a Rambler dealer on Route 5 in Meriden. “I looked at the thing and it was...