Ferrari 2012 sales, F150 rendering, Maranello private preview WHIR
Ferrari revealed that 2012 was the best in their 66 years history. The Italian company sold 7,318 cars globally, 4.5% more than 2011. Not all countries reported growth in Ferrari sales. Italy reported a drop by 60%, while Greece saw just 1 new Ferrari in 2012.
Ferrari’s net revenue grew by 8% to Euro 2.4b while their net profits grew by 17.8% to Euro 244m ($325.9). Ferrari now looks forward for another record year in 2013. They are¬†scheduled¬†to unveil the Enzo successor limited edition F150 at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Renderings here are credit to¬†Josiah LaColla.
Apart from this, it is now revealed by AutoWeek, that Ferrari F150 will be priced at $1.33 million (INR 7 crores), without taxes and import duty. The petrol electric hybrid is currently being shown to existing Ferrari customers and potential buyers of F150. As only 499 units will be made, we believe that the people invited to these private previews are the one’s who showed interest in buying the Enzo successor. See the image in the gallery which is a scan of the invitation to the private screening.¬†The F150 will sport a V12 Hybrid engine capable of 950 hp and will be the most advanced and fastest Ferrari yet.