Ferrari - a brand synonymous with racing heritage and automotive passion. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1939, the company was originally a division of Alfa Romeo racing before splitting off to form the world’s most successful racing team, Scuderia Ferrari. The Ferrari F1 team is now the oldest active F1 team, has a record number of championships, and has been the home of F1 legends such as Schumacher, Lauda, and Raikkonen.
With racing at the forefront of Enzo’s mind, the first Ferrari road car - the 125 S - was reluctantly built to fund Ferrari’s racing endeavours. To this day, motorsport remains a vital part of the Ferrari brand, with each road car embodying the passion, speed, and technology of their race cars. Ferrari is no doubt the most iconic supercar brand – true legends in the automotive world, admired by all petrolheads alike.
The Maranello-based factory has produced a long line of iconic cars, including the 250 GTO which sold for £70 million, making it the most expensive Ferrari of all time. Ferrari is also known for their poster-car lineup of flagships available exclusively to handpicked Ferrari customers, including the 288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo, and most recently, the LaFerrari. These cars are the ultimate embodiment of what a Ferrari can be and offer the best performance and highest price of other Ferraris of their time.
Outside the ‘Big 5’, Ferrari produces an array of supercars, grand tourers, track-focused supercars, and has now ventured into the luxury SUV market with the Purosangue. Whether you want a V12 track monster or a V8 Hybrid AWD convertible, the thrill of getting behind the wheel of a Ferrari is unrivalled.
Typically adorned in a distinct red, there is no mistaking a Ferrari if you are lucky enough to see one. There is no doubt that Ferrari is the most recognisable and renowned supercar brand, with the exclusivity of the club reflected in the design, performance, and price of each car.