There used to be a time when Ferraris were like gods: you never saw one, and when you did it didn’t seem possible. However, globalization has taken over, and there’s a new Maranello marvel about every couple of years. We already know there’s a good chance that Ferrari is bringing a drop-top version of the 458 Italia to this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show, thus replacing the 430 Spider, yet there’s more... much more coming soon. To keep things simple, we’ll next tell you of the a refreshed version of the 458 Italian, which is coming in 2014. No details of the power bum are available yet, but there’s also a sportier version to consider. Yes, the 458 Scuderia is coming in 2013, as a more track-focused variant with spine-tingling performance, according to Automotive News. In the same year, Ferrari will also roll out the facelifted version of its first convertible hard-top, the California. What’s more, the successor to the Enzo will go on sale in 2012 as a limited edition model. The technological showcase will be powered by a new normally aspirated V12, and will show heavy focus on weight reduction. The 599 GTB Fiorano will also be replaced next year, with the model keeping its two-seater configuration. The supermodel will debut in Geneva next march and should arrive by the beginning of next summer. autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.