Ferrari invites you on a behind-the-scenes trip through its supercar factory
Exciting news for all Ferrari fans: the supercar manufacturer invites one and all to take a tour of its HQ and factory in Maranello, Italy. The Universo Ferrari Event will start in September and be open to anyone, unlike the previous tours that used to be available exclusively to confirmed Ferrari owners.
The specific program of the tour hasn’t been devised yet, but the company will obviously want to dedicate a major part of it to a demonstration of its rich and varied collection of vintage and modern vehicles, both road-legal and track-only.
The premiere of the Prancing Horse’s newest flagship, the SF90 Stradale, will be a real treat for all attendees. Ferrari introduced the SF90 Stradale a month and a half ago as its first-ever plug-in hybrid vehicle armed with a 1,000-hp (745-kW) powertrain and capable of accelerating to 340 km/h (211 mph).
Despite its hypercar-like specs, the coupe won’t cost more than U.S. $600,000, which puts it on par with other supercars in terms of affordability.
By the way, how do you like the direct descendant of the LaFerrari, Enzo, F50, and F40?
Editor Andrew Raspopov