In 2012, the Prancing Horse posted the best ever trading period in company history, an across the board improvement that bested their 2008 numbers, and did so despite worse economic conditions. All in all, Ferrari delivered 7,318 cars to its dealership network for the year, a 4.5-percent improvement from their 2011 numbers.
North America accounted for the biggest percentage of that number with 2,058 delivered cars, the first time Ferrari has breached the 2,000-car mark in the U.S. and Canada. Read the rest of this entry
The Ferrari Enzo, named after the Ferrari’s owner, is a high performance sports car which is well noted for its styling features. Initially, the Ferrari Enzo cost $670,000 and only 399 units were ever produced, but due to its high demand and limited supply, the price of the Ferari Enzo increased every time someone crashes and it is currently estimated at over $1,000,000. Read the rest of this entry
The new Ferrari 599 GTO is an extreme V12 berlinetta developed to a specific performance-oriented brief. The Ferrari 599 GTO is, in fact, the company’s fastest ever road car. It is an exclusive limited edition special which, in true Ferrari tradition, is a completely new concept, albeit inspired by a production car. In fact the Ferrari 599 GTO is based on the 599XX, the advanced experimental track car, and can be considered almost a road-going version. Read the rest of this entry