Amedeo Felisa

  • 2010 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti

    Ferrari will follow Lamborghini’s lead by launching at least one new or heavily updated model every year as the automaker attempts to keep up with growing waiting lists while still attracting new customers to the brand. Ferrari will maintain its four main model lines, consisting of the California and 612 Scaglietti in the GT division and the 458 Italia and 599 GTB Fiorano in the sports car division. Each year, one of the four main models will be replaced by an M or modificato model. This M model will come roughly four years after a car’s initial launch and will essentially feature a...

  • Ferrari 599 GTO
    Ferrari Will Never Build A Four-Door, Says CEO

    Ferrari has stated emphatically that it will never build a four-door model, even though rivals like Aston Martin and Porsche have done so. In fact, there has also been a prevalence of late of sports car manufacturers expanding their model ranges with some not-so-sporty models, sparked mostly by...

  • Ferrari 599 GTO
    Video: Ferrari CEO Presents New 599 GTO

    The Ferrari 599 GTO is the Italian marque’s fastest ever road car, which is saying a lot considering its model lineup includes fabled machines like the Enzo and F40 supercars. So it’s not so surprising that Ferrari chose to revive its most hallowed of badges: GTO (Gran Turismo Omologata)--the...

  • Ferrari 599XX at Valencia
    Ferrari CEO Lays Out Future Plans, Confirms 599 GTO And Enzo Replacement

    Down in Australia for the launch of a grand new Ferrari and Maserati dealership in Sydney, Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa has spilled the beans on some of the automaker’s future projects, confirming plans for the revival of the legendary GTO badge as well as the replacement for the Enzo supercar...

  • 2012 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti replacement spy shot
    Ferrari CEO Discusses Future GT Cars

    An interview with Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa reveals the rough timelines for the next generation of Ferrari's GT cars.

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