August 11, 2022

Amazing Facts about Ferrari Cars You Didn't Knew


Ferrari makes $2.5 billion in sales annually by selling merchandise, which is more than the revenue from selling cars.

The classic red color of Ferraris wasn't chosen by Ferrari, but demanded to be on all Italian Grand prix racers by the FIA.

Fiat owned an enormous 90% stake in Ferrari till 2014, there after they decided to make Ferrari a separate entity.

Ferrari offers its buyers to customise aesthetic elements of their car and is tailored according to their personal choice.

Roller-coaster at Ferrari theme park in Abu Dhabi is world's fastest rollercoaster with speed of 0 to 240 km/h in 4.9Sec.

The famously renowned 'Prancing Stallion' logo was inspired by a WW1 flying ace, Count Francesco Baracca.

In 1947, the first Ferrari-badged car Ferrari 125 Sport fitted with 1.5-litre V12 engine debuted at Piacenza Racing Circuit.

In 1963, Ferrari was almost bought out by Ford but the deal didn't go through as Enzo Ferrari nixed the deal.

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