Strikingly beautiful, extremely fast and enticingly expensive, driving a Ferrari is the ultimate dream of many an automotive enthusiast. Ironically, as coveted as Ferrari road cars are, the company’s founder never placed much emphasis on them. His passion was racing. For Enzo Ferrari, his road cars existed only to support Scuderia Ferrari’s racing efforts.
As extraordinary as those road cars turned out to be, one can only imagine what they would have been like had he been first and foremost interested in producing for the street—rather than the track. Of course, Ferrari was never one to do things half-heartedly, his racing team is one of the most successful the world has ever known and his road cars are among the most highly coveted on the road.
Legendary Ferrari models like the Daytona, the California Spyder, the GTO, the F40, the Boxer Berlinetta, and the Enzo are all absolutely astonishing cars. They are also hugely costly to purchase and maintain. Odds are, if you have your heart set on one, your purchase decision is going to be a bit different than that of someone purchasing a more mainstream automobile.
Still though, you need to know what you’re looking at. So Autobytel’s Ferrari reviews examine them closely to provide thorough, well-considered, unbiased expert analysis. Our knowledgeable and dedicated professional automotive reviewers drive every new car each year. Our Ferrari reviews investigate the technology, engineering, design, and special features of each model in an effort to provide the most accurate assessment possible.