Somehow, replacing that lovely 3.5-liter V8 with a different engine made this F355 sound even better.
This is just ridiculous.
Only 90 examples were ever shipped to the US, meaning this could be your only chance to own a V8-powered piece of Alfa history.
Some of the sweetest classic Italian metal is coming up for sale later this month. Here are our favorites.
The Countach isn't what you'd call a good long distance car. You can probably guess why.
With that much power, that much tire, and a little wheelbase, this thing must be absurd to drive.
The Italian company's upcoming large sedan flagship was supposed to go on sale in 2018. It seems that's not the case anymore.
Even for IMSA driver Cooper MacNeil, the F40 is something special.
We're not sure how the FXX K could get any more extreme. Then this car appeared.
With no hybrid setup, no turbochargers, no fancy dual-clutch, and wind-up windows, the Enzo is about as dated as it gets.
It's like the new Ford GT, except lighter and prettier.
With the Roadster, there's no pesky roof blocking out that 740 horsepower symphony.
This car might be the perfect entry into the world of Ferrari ownership.
This 1:2 wind tunnel scale model is heading to auction with a price estimate larger than the MSRP of an actual, running 812.