Oro Chiaro, Italian for Light Gold, is a light metallic gold shade that Ferrari developed by Glidden Salchi in the 1970s. Now the color is back in the Tailor Made customization program, so you can, at any time, spot a Ferrari in Oro Chiaro out in the street.This shade makes this 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina that the Italians built between 1975...

This year marks a significant milestone for Lamborghini as the Italian luxury automobile manufacturer commemorates its 60th anniversary. One of the grand celebrations was the 60th Anniversary Lamborghini Esperienza Giro, which saw an impressive fleet of 40 Lamborghini super sports cars and super SUVs navigate 626 miles of Colorado's magnificent lan...

Those who've waited this long to plunk down a deposit on a Lamborghini with a full combustion motor have waited too long. For six decades, the Italian brand, founded in 1963 to compete with Ferrari, delivered V8s, V10s and V12 gasoline powered engines to its aficionados. But as of now, its official: the order books have closed on Lambo’s Huracan an...

Legendary news anchor Walter Cronkite told his millions of viewers on the CBS Evening News that “it all sounds like something from one of those enormous novels about the automobile business.” The drama in Dearborn on July 14, 1978, made headlines in news outlets across the country: Ford Motor Co. Chairman Henry Ford II had fired Ford Motor’s celebr...

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix (PVGP) is thrilled to announce that Luigi Chinetti Jr. has been named the Grand Marshal for the highly anticipated 41st running of the event. This year's PVGP will be a special celebration, as Ferrari has been named the Marque of the Year, with a focus on the remarkable history of the North American Racing Team, NA...

The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is honored to host Ferrari as our 2023 Marque of the Year and to pay homage to N.A.R.T. - the North American Racing Team both of which are deeply entwined in Pennsylvania history. Ferrari has been a timeless symbol of speed, power, and passion and one of the most iconic and successful brands in the world of motorsp...

Whether you are a car enthusiast or not, the Emilia-Romagna region is a place you should add to your bucket list. Found in the northern part of Italy, the region is home to cities including Bologna, Ravenna, Modena, Parma, and Ferrara. Emilia-Romagna, also known as Motor Valley, is the beating heart of Italian car culture. You can find some of the...

Since the end of 2022, the luxury sector continues to demonstrate remarkable strength and resilience, with many stocks in the sector performing better than other sectors, pushing up all major Old Continent listings. This performance of the luxury sector is also well observed by the Msci Europe Luxury, the index summarizing the performance of luxury...

As we pull into the center of Rimini, Italy, our 1955 Porsche 356 Speedster whips into the oncoming lane around about 20 cars stopped at a red light, and smoothly settles into the intersection in front of them. A 1954 Mercedes 300 SL (that I'd later find out had been plucked from Cuba in a story worthy of its own novel) follows suit and I see the m...

No gearhead can resist an Italian classic. Italy after all gave rise to the supercar, with Lamborghini rewriting the rules in 1966. But what if elegance is your thing and not speed? Luckily Italy is also home to some of the finest automotive designers the world over. You only have to look at Pininfarina, Carrozzeria, and Giugiaro to recognize Italy...