There’s no other way to say this; Ferraris are so sought after that the Italian supercar manufacturer has sold out most of its inventory for 2018 and for most part of 2019 as well.
According to a report by Bloomberg, CEO Sergio Marchionne claims that production is at maximum capacity for this year; stretching into the early part of 2019. Availability so far is only limited to the GTC Lussos – the V8 and V12.
“Everything else is pretty well gone,” Marchionne told Bloomberg.Elsewhere, Ferrari has not hidden the fact that they’re currently working on tapping into new segments, including the production of SUVs and electric hybrid cars.
Recently, Ferrari was seen testing a heavily-camouflaged prototype that pulled away in complete silence on their proving grounds in Fiorano. Ferrari claims that there would not be a fully-electric vehicle before 2022 but it is within their intention to demonstrate the full potential of electrification.
Locally, Ferrari Malaysia recently launched the new Portofino, a 600 hp convertible that takes the baton from the retired California T.