Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) is in a Festive Mode
Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) is in festival mode: Y 2017 is the Maranello outfit 70th Anni.
The LaFerrari Aperta is the model that symbolizes the world most iconic brand’s milestone and it was part of the convoy during the 6th Edition of the Ferrari Cavalcade.
If you are hearing about this event for the 1st time it’s being billed as a “Traveling Show” reserved only for the “most loyal customers and collectors” aka corso clienti.
More than 100 cars owned by people from over 30 countries gathered at the starting point at Borgo Egnazia in Italy and then drove through the nearby scenic routes, tackling the narrow streets of the villages to the delight of bystanders.
Most of the Ferraris registered for the 2017 Cavalcade were recent models, such as the 488 Spider, California T, F12tdf, and the GTC4Lusso. The cream of the crop was represented by the iconic trio: F40, F50, and Enzo, with the aforementioned Aperta at the Top.
There is no word yet about Ferrari’s latest model, the 812Superfast just recently unveiled.
Ferrari is not resting on its laurels as work is already well underway at a new model, though its identity is hard to know at the moment.
Spy shots have shown an intriguing 488 with the engine bay window covered. Latest info suggests it’s a KERS-equipped beefier 488 or perhaps a test mule for a V6-powered Dino reboot.
Later this year, RM Sotheby’s (NYSE:BID) will celebrate Ferrari’s 70th Anni by organizing what it describes as being the biggest Ferrari auction ever. It will happen between 8-10 September during the anni celebration in Maranello.
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