Contents: Current Models / Legacy Models / Supercars & Hypercars / One-offs & Specials / Concept Cars / Race Cars
Every Ferrari Ever Made
The complete Ferrari model list. Painstakingly researched & updated for each model year. Find the current model list, vintage Ferraris and model lists by year. We took over 70 years of Ferrari amazingness and got it all down on one page. Every production Ferrari ever made. That is right, every single one. For eagle-eyed observers, we split this page into several sub-pages so don't freak out and read on before telling us we missed a Ferrari model.
Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939 out of the Alfa Romeo race division as Auto Avio Costruzioni, the company built its first car in 1940. It wasn't till 1948 that we got the first Ferrari road car, the Ferrari 166 Inter. The early Ferrari road cars are hard to figure out. In the early days of Ferrari, having a custom bodywork was the norm. Customers decided on the chassis and engine with the factory and then chose an Italian coachbuilder to make the bodywork. As was typical, a bare chassis was delivered to the coachbuilder of the customer's choice. Since the 1970s things have settled down, so it is easier to organize Ferrari models and harder to miss any. We grouped most of them by family/platform since that is the most logical way. Current models are first, and then we take you through all the legacy and discontinued Ferrari models. Classic V12 front-engined Ferraris were grouped together. Also worth noting, if a model is still in production, then it didn't get its own section yet.
If you have visited this page before you will notice some changes. First of all, we added some basic information and a description to each Ferrari model to give you more relevant data. There were also too many models on this page so we split the page up. We create a separate page for Ferrari Race Cars, where we did into the early Ferrari sports car prototypes and the full list of Ferrari Formula One models too. We create a page for official Ferrari concept cars and the current Ferrari model lineup, as well as a page dedicated to the iconic Ferrari supercars and hypercars. Finally, we create a page for the very rare, very special Ferrari one-offs and Ferrari limited edition models (think less than a few dozen unit cars).