Some Facts About Ferrari

Ok, so what does 'The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari' tell you? That the Ferrari is a global symbol of a person who has arrived in life. While this fact did not require much of a research, other than breathing the same oxygen as that of the entire world, here are some other quick facts about Ferrari.

  • The Ferrari is based in Maranello, Modena, Italy.
  • Enzo Ferrari is the founder of the Ferrari range of cars.
  • Ferrari has always concentrated on racing cars, and even today, the basic idea of Ferrari is to produce Formula 1 racing cars. That the cars are a status symbols today, is sheer coincidence.
  • The first street legal Ferrari to hit the road was 125 S 1947. It was powered by a V12 1.5 L engine.
  • The SF at the top of the now famous Ferrari logo stands for Scuderia Ferrari.
  • Mobile giant Motorola had teamed up with Ferrari to create a custom made v3i with the distinctive Ferrari logo.
  • Red, the color synonymous with Ferrari, is in fact the national race color of Italy.
  • Apart from the mobile, Ferrari also has perfumes, sunglasses and laptop computers under its brand name.
  • The company has been named as the top most desirable place to work in, as of 2007, by Financial Times.
  • One fine day, the author of this article will know the true cost of the Ferrari.





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