Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Makes 2 Kinds of Supercars

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Makes 2 Kinds of Supercars

Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Makes 2 Kinds of Supercars

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Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) makes 2 kinds of luxury Supercars, they are Super sports cars and Super GT cars.

The current Super sports cars is the 488 GTB mid-engine and the LaFerrari HyperSupercar, the Super GT cars are the California T and the 812 Superfast.

Then there is the Aristocrat GTC4 Lusso.

Ferrari says it will never, build an SUV (but it may build an FUV), nor will it build a car with 4 doors(but it may build a FUV with 4 doors, 2 of which are invisible). This Family Ferrari may come to market by Y 2021, We wait, We see.

For now that buyer who wants a Ferrari but want room and big horse power to all 4 wheels, there’s the GTC4 Lusso, aka the Ferrari Shooting Brake

The shooting brake of old was a station wagon based on 19th Century hunting and estate cars. I had a a 1934 Rolls Royce Shooting Brake way back when.

The GTC4 is a new model of the Ferrari we 1st knew the FF.

The new GTC4Lusso is an Aristocrat Supercar for 4 people and luggage, it is big, and priced at  $350,000 plus or minus in the US.

Symbol Last Trade Date Change Open High Low Volume
NYSE:RACE 101.34 24 July 2017 1.32 100.2 101.61 100.02 701,992
HeffX-LTN Analysis for RACE: Overall Short Intermediate Long
Bullish (0.40) Bullish (0.27) Very Bullish (0.50) Bullish (0.42)

Stay tuned…

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