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The Car Called Ferarri

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Laura Flanagan

on 5 March 2016

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The Car Called Ferrari
The Ferrari car company was started by Enzo Ferrari in 1947 in Maranello, Italy. Enzo was a former Italian racer and founder of the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team.
Founding
The first type of Ferrari made was called the 125S, a car powered by a 1.5 L V12 engine. The next Ferrari that is going to come out soon is a super car simply titled LaFerrari. The fastest Ferrari ever made is also LaFerrari. Ferrari's most expensive car sold ever was a 250 GTO, sold for 38 million dollars. Enzo didn't want to sell his cars, but he had to fund his racing team, Scuderia Ferrari.
Cars
The Ferrari headquarters is in Maranello, Italy. The main factory is also there. They use aluminum to make the cars, among many other materials.
factories and headquarters
Fast facts about the cars
Number of different models in production: 12 (488 Spider, 488 GTB, 458 Speciale A, California T, F60 America, 458 Speciale, LaFerrari, F149 California, F12berlinetta, FF, 458 Spider, and 458 Italia)
Fastest car: LaFerrari, with a top speed of 227 mph, (365 km/h) and can accelerate to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds.
Fun fact:
There are approximately 2,000,000 Ferrari's in the world. They make around 5,000 cars a year. Now for a video about a Ferrari factory!
The new LaFerrari
A Ferrari factory
The Ferrari logo
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