The world expert in hand-building junior cars has partnered with Ferrari to launch a special edition of the Testa Rossa J.
The Hurtan Grand Albaycín is a luxury sports car manufactured by Hurtan, a Spanish automaker based in Granada. The company specializes in crafting hand-built vehicles that exhibit a classic and timeless design aesthetic.
The correct name for the luxury automobile you are referring to is "Rolls-Royce Phantom," not "Royce Rolls Phantom." The Rolls-Royce Phantom is a flagship model produced by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, known for its exceptional craftsmanship, opulent features, and prestigious status.
The "Royce Ghost by Mansory" refers to a customized version of the Rolls-Royce Ghost luxury sedan modified by Mansory, a renowned German tuning and customization company. Mansory is known for its extravagant and personalized modifications to high-end vehicles.
The Trabant, often referred to as the Trabi was a car produced in East Germany by the automaker VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau. It was manufactured from 1957 to 1991.
Ferrari F1 refers to the Formula One racing team operated by Scuderia Ferrari, the racing division of the Italian luxury sports car manufacturer, Ferrari. The team has a long and prestigious history in Formula One and is one of the most successful and iconic teams in the sport.
The Ferrari Roma, the new mid-front-engined 2+ coupé of the Prancing Horse, features refined proportions and timeless design combined with unparalleled performance and handling. With its distinctive flair and style, the car is a contemporary representation of the carefree, pleasurable way of life that characterised Rome in the 1950s and ‘60s.
The Ferrari F12tdf (tour de France) is a track-focused version of the F12berlinetta unveiled in October 2015. The name pays homage to the Tour de France automobile race held between 1899 and 1986 and which was regularly won by the Ferrari 250 between 1956 and 1964.
The Ferrari 812 GTS (Type F152M) is a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive grand tourer produced by Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari that made its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
To celebrate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary in 2017, the marque decided that a proper way to celebrate would be to produce a limited run of cars finished in 70 different liveries all representing specific cars and models from the company’s past.