Based on the cars that took first, second and third at Le Mans in 1967, Ferrari set the automotive world on fire with the introduction of the Daytona in 1968, which then went on to become the star of Miami Vice (ok, fine, that was a replica, but it looked good either way!). The Daytona is back, more refined and more powerful than ever. Senior Designer Jason Furtado says the extremely aerodynamic exterior that looks like it is going 200 mph even standing still, was inspired by a stone skipping across the water. An 849-hp, 6.5 liter, V12 engine — Ferrari’s most powerful ever — ensures the Daytona drives as good as it looks. The cockpit is a claustrophobic’s nightmare, but perfect for those who buy the car to drive it as intended, enthusiastically with the engine roaring and the tires shrieking in protest. Only 599 will be built, making it immediately collectible; Ferrari.com.
Inspired by visionary artist Antuan Rodriguez’s Water Codes collection, this editorial invites you to immerse yourself in a world where the human body forms a profound connection with our most precious element. Through this fusion, we celebrate the essence of life itself.
The holiday spirit was alive and well in Miami as festive events, private soirees and community cheer spread throughout the urban core and beyond.