The LaFerrari was a powerful reminder of what can happen when racing technology is borrowed for a street-going car. Now some of that car's tech is being borrowed in the other direction for the Ferrari FXX-K. While it shares the HY-KERS drivetrain system with its road-legal cousin, it ups the power even more — to an insane 1,050 hp — by adding new camshafts and redesigned intake manifolds, eliminating the silencers on the exhaust system, and other tricks. It also boasts new aerodynamic features that increase downforce more than 50 percent over the LaFerrari, sits on Pirelli P-Zero Slik tires that feature embedded acceleration sensors, and offers four track-ready performance modes: Qualify, Long Run, Manual Boost and Fast Charge, giving you control over how much power you need — and when.
Those looking to purchase an American-made supercar just got a new — stunning — option. The Trion Nemesis is hand crafted by skilled artisans right here in the US of A, and features sublime exterior lines, a driver-focused interior dominated by digital touchscreen controls, and smart details like a rear trunk that's actually useful for hauling luggage or golf clubs. And while there will be several models available, orders are only currently open for the 2,000 horsepower, 0-60 in 2.8 RR, which is limited to just 50 units.
Built to celebrate 60 years of the Prancing Horse in North America, the Ferrari F60 America is a throwback to Maranello's old tradition of building limited edition cars. Only 10 of this V12-powered beauty will be built, each featuring an asymmetrical cabin design with red trim for the driver's area and black for the passenger, American flag detailing in the center of both seat's backrest, and classic blue and white North American Racing Team livery. The bad news? All 10 examples are already spoken for.
There are convertibles. There are Ferraris. But there's never been a convertible like the Ferrari 458 Speciale A. The most powerful spider in the Prancing Horse's proud history, it features a 4.5L V8 engine good for 597 hp, which when paired with the blazingly fast seven-speed dual-clutch transmission allows the car to rocket from 0 to 62 mph in just three seconds. Other features include Side Slip Angle Control borrowed from the LaFerrari, advanced aerodynamics, an aluminum hardtop that goes from open to closed (or vice versa) in as little as 14 seconds, and the ego boost that comes from owning one of the only 499 examples in the world.