The reason companies trademark their logo, model names and such is to be in a position to prevent them being used in a derogatory manner, or in a commercial way without their approval.
However, the same companies also place their logos prominently in many places precisely in hopes of them getting photographed and helping build name recognition. Think of the last time you saw a pro golfer in a tournament without a logo on their hat. Or a NASCAR driver without dozens of logos on their fire suit, helmet and car.
You could definitely use the image as fine art and sell limited edition prints. You could also use it editorially, in a publication or on the internet.
You start getting into a gray area if you make posters and mass market those, or try to license the image to someone who is making T-shirts or greeting cards, for example.
So, you might be able to get written permission to use the image for advertising or other commercial purposes, so long as it's not being used in any negative way (say, by Lamborghini or Mercedes), not tied in with products or implying endorsements that Ferrari would prefer to avoid (the Viagra example is a good one).