Where in Italy is the Ferrari factory?

Ferrari’s are produced exclusively in Maranello, Italy, which has been the home of this world-renowned automaker since Enzo Ferrari moved the factory there in 1943, though the first Ferrari-badged car wasn’t produced until 1947.

Can you visit the Ferrari factory in Italy?


Italian Factory Motor Tour organizes the Ferrari Factory Tour and the Ferrari Museum Tour and offers you the chance to visit the Museum and the Factory of the most famous “red myth” of Maranello. The Ferrari Museum is a dynamic exhibition that is constantly renewed over time.

How far is the Ferrari factory from Rome?

How far is the Ferrari factory from Rome? How far is it from Rome to Maranello? The distance between Rome and Maranello is 321 km. The road distance is 405.4 km.

Which town in Italy is the home of Ferrari cars?

Maranello (Modenese: Maranèl) is a town and comune in the province of Modena in Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy, 18 km from Modena, with a population of 17,504 as of 2017. It is known worldwide as the home of Ferrari and the Formula One racing team, Scuderia Ferrari.

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How far is Maranello from Venice?

The distance between Maranello and Venice is 153 km.

Who owns Ferrari now?


What is the original color of Ferrari?

That’s right, 70 years after the birth of the Prancing Horse, enthusiasts still remember that yellow was the original color chosen by Enzo Ferrari himself for the emblem of his stable.

What was the first Ferrari?

The first Ferrari-badged car was the 1947 125 S, powered by a 1.5 L V12 engine; Enzo Ferrari reluctantly built and sold his automobiles to fund Scuderia Ferrari. The Scuderia Ferrari name was resurrected to denote the factory racing cars and distinguish them from those fielded by customer teams.

Is the Ferrari museum worth visiting?

Yes. Two museums with both worth visiting. The one in Modena (not where the factory is) is the Enzo Ferrari Museum. It has a small restaurant, the restored Enzo’s house with race cars and the main museum.

Which Ferrari museum is better?

We’re often asked “which Ferrari museum is better?” The short answer is they are both excellent and a visit to both makes for a more comprehensive experience. To make it easier, a shuttle bus runs between the two museums throughout the day, just a 10 minute ride.

Are Ferraris made in Italy?

Known as much for their legacy as their power and elegance, it should come as no surprise that your new Ferrari is made in the same place every Ferrari has been made: Maranello, Italy.

What cars are made in Italy?

  • Abarth (1949–present)
  • Alfa Romeo (1910–present)
  • Ferrari (1947–present)
  • Fiat (1899–present)
  • Lamborghini (1963–present)- Wholly owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Group.
  • Lancia (1906–present)
  • Maserati (1914–present)
  • Pagani (1992–present)
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What is the most expensive car in the world?

The Most Expensive Cars in the World—at the Moment

  • (TIE) Aston Martin Valkyrie – $3,000,000 (est. )
  • (TIE) GMA T. …
  • McLaren Sabre – $3,500,000 (est. )
  • Pagani Huayra – $3,700,000 (est. )
  • Bugatti Divo – $5,700,000 (est. )
  • Bugatti Centodieci – $9,000,000 (est. )
  • Bugatti La Voiture Noire – $12,500,000 (est. )


Can you drive a Ferrari at Maranello?

Tourists who visit Maranello will be able to enjoy a unique experience onboard a Ferrari. Gean has already made appearances on TV shows driving the Ferraris.

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