The Italian manufacturer reported a 27% increase in first-quarter profit and expects a strong second quarter, including the start of Purosangue deliveries.
A good start to 2023 for Ferrari, which expects a good second quarter with the start of deliveries of the Purosangue model, for which waiting lists have been extended until 2026.
Suspended due to very high demand, the manufacturer has decided to reopen orders for this car.
Ferrari CEO Benedetto Vigna announced that the international order book covers production until the end of 2025. However, for customers wishing to acquire their Purosangue – which is priced at 390,000 euros ($430,000) – will still have to wait until 2026 to receive it.
“We were positively surprised by this strong interest,” Mr. Vigna told analysts presenting the company’s quarterly results.
Nevertheless, he confirmed the brand’s commitment to keep sales of the gasoline-powered model below 20 percent of the group’s total shipments over the car’s lifecycle, and not to extend it, in order to preserve some exclusivity.
All lights are green for Ferrari
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