Ferrari spoke about its plans for next yearNovember 16, 2019
As part of a recent interview, Italian Ferrari Commercial Director Enrico Galliera said that in 2020, the company plans to focus on selling its new models, which were presented in 2019.
I must say that for Ferrari, this year is very, very successful. The Italian manufacturer of supercars not only introduced five new models, but also presented several special versions for existing models. However, while the Italian brand’s plan to produce 15 new models over the next five years is under development, 2020 will be a “calmer”.
In an interview with Autocar, Ferrari Commercial Director Enrico Galliera said that in 2020, the company will focus on selling its new models.
Mr. Galliera said that some of the new Ferrari models are presented in new segments for the company. Ferrari will “focus on creating the success of the models we introduced in 2019. This does not mean that we will not show completely new Ferrari models next year. ”
Recall that in September Ferrari introduced two convertibles – the F8 Spider and the 812 GTS. A couple of days ago we were shown a Roma supercar (pictured) with a minimalistic design that resembles models such as the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso and Ferrari 250 GT 2 + 2. Ferrari will present 10 more models, including its first crossover called Purosangue – presentation expected by the end of 2022.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Web negatively reacted to the new design of the key from Ferrari. Well-known Top Gear show host Jack Ricks has posted a photo of a Ferrari Roma key. A flurry of negative criticism came up on Twitter, comparing the keychain with a cheap magnet and inexpensive trinket.
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