Ferrari Sold Out its Supercar
Ferrari NV has sold out its $2.1 million LaFerrari Aperta supercar before its debut. The car was on display at the Paris Motor Show and is limited to only 200 vehicles. The supercar was so sought after that a collector sued for being left off the buyer’s list. One of the collector Preston Henn sued Ferrari in August claiming that the company refused to sell him one, even though he had sent Ferrari a $1 million deposit.
“Ferrari NV has sold out its $2.1 million LaFerrari Aperta supercar before its debut.”
In Italy, the Aperta supercar will be sold at about 1.85 million Euros including taxes. At the moment, requests for this car is triple the planned production run.
The company’s story officially began in 1947 when the first Ferrari emerged from the historic factory entrance on Via Abetone Inferiore in Maranello. The 125 S, as it was known, embodied the passion and determination of the company’s founder.
Enzo Ferrari was born in Modena on February 18th 1898 and died on August 14th 1988. He devoted his entire life to designing and building sports cars and, of course, to the track. Having been made an official Alfa Romeo driver in 1924, within five years he had gone on to found the Scuderia Ferrari on Viale Trento Trieste in Modena which assisted mostly gentlemen drivers in racing their cars.
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