Ferrari is definitely not in the pink, bans color from its cars

What would Mary Kay say?

If you have enough money to buy a Ferrari, it’ll be happy to paint it any color you want, as long as it’s not pink.

“I just doesn’t fit into our whole ethos to be honest,” the Italian Automaker’s Australasian CEO Hubert Appleroth told News.Com.Au.

“It’s a brand rule. No Pink. No Pokémon Ferraris!”

Nevertheless, the darker reds still make up a third of Ferrari sales, followed by silver, black and white.

Appleroth added that pink and some other paint colors he didn’t specify that Ferrari also won’t touch are wonderful, but “are perhaps more suited to other brands.”

So, no, you can’t have it all. At least not from Ferrari.

Rayco Eurospec Motorcars | Steve McQueen's New Electric Porsche Is as Fast as a Tesla

Steve McQueen’s New Electric Porsche Is as Fast as a Tesla

Three Austrian brothers have reworked a limited-edition Porsche race car model driven by actor Steve McQueen in the 1971 film Le Mans to run on electricity.

Kreisel Electric GmbH plans to sell the EVEX 910e for 1 million euros ($1.1 million), according to an email on Thursday. The car has a range of 350 kilometers (218 miles) and accelerates from zero to 100 kilometers an hour in 2.5 seconds. The original model 910 race car that appeared in the film used gasoline.

“With the first purchasable electronic Kreisel car, our company is entering into a new phase,” Markus Kreisel, the middle sibling and managing director of the company, said in the statement. “In contrast to the historical original by Porsche, this is licensed for the use on public roads.”

Working out of a three-door garage, the Kreisel brothers — Johann, Markus and Philipp — are making battery packs and drivetrains for a new generation of plug-in cars, boats and airplanes. Pitching themselves as “E-Mobility Maniacs” at trade shows, they’ve convinced established car companies to visit them in Freistadt, 200 kilometers northwest of Vienna, to test drive their creations.

Rayco Eurospec Motorcars Showroom and front lot | Kingston PA

New Website Launch

Rayco announces their new, responsive, mobile-ready website.

The project was awarded to Westmoreland Worldwide, an advertising company that began developing websites when the internet began. Westmoreland Worldwide, or W3 specializes in the development of custom responsive sites and the marketing that delivers viewers.

Rayco’s new site incorporates new photography by W3, custom programmed online forms and an integrated inventory database. “The site looks great on my desktop as well as my mobile,” said Michael Budjnoski, owner of Rayco.

The website showcases Rayco’s impeccable facility. The new interactive photo gallery highlights Rayco’s hi-tech showroom and auto photography station along with shots of their immaculate service areas.