The ultimate Italian exotic
Ferrari is the most famous brand in automotive, because decades of race-winning technology is infused into every Ferrari.
Ferrari develops lightweight construction, powerful engines, and sleek bodywork — plus everything else that makes the fastest cars — on the track. When you drive a Ferrari, you’re driving a race car for the road.
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Equal parts elegant and aggressive, Ferrari designs some of the best-looking cars in the world. Ferrari red paint is a popular choice to show off their sporty shapes — a Ferrari always looks like it’s going fast no matter the speed.
Ferraris are designed to cut through the air with extreme speed. The company’s engineers have mastered the craft of using air to go faster, adding vents, scoops, wings, and spoilers that make the cars stick to the ground.
Feel the response and precision of a Ferrari’s paddle shift transmission. The paddles behind the steering wheel fire off lightning-fast upshifts and downshifts, providing complete control in any Ferrari driving situation.
A Ferrari is incredible from the outside, but becomes even more so from the driver’s seat. Instead of a normal rental car, find a Ferrari near you on Turo to make an unforgettable entrance, or take it on your favorite backroad. Drive a Ferrari and experience the pinnacle in supercar performance.
West Coast style meets Italian passion. The Ferrari California is the perfect way to enjoy Ferrari performance technology with the sun on your skin — put the top down and let the Ferrari V8 rev.
With a twin-turbo V8, active aerodynamics, and adaptive suspension, the Ferrari 488 GTB features everything the brand knows about building exotic cars. These features and more give the Ferrari 488 GTB extreme performance whether accelerating, braking, or carving through corners.
The predecessor to today’s mid-engine Ferraris is still an incredible sports car. Some would say that the Ferrari F430’s relative lack of computer-aided driving systems make it among the most raw, analog, and most fun to drive Ferrari.