New York Auto Show: The very depressing Ferrari display

New York Auto Show: The very depressing Ferrari display

Right in the middle of Aston Martin, Lamborghini and Bentley, there sits black F430 against a black background [though you can’t see that in the picture] with no Ferrari signage in sight. There also sits a man in the corner of the display who laid on the ground in depression at the lack of Ferrari presence (of course he was probably just resting and has no connection or affiliation with Ferrari, but it was funny nonetheless).

Can you guess what happened? Or if someone from Ferrari is reading this, can you please drop us an email and let us know what’s going on and what the point is? Did someone at Ferrari marketing lose a bet? Did art students make the Ferrari display into a statement on the state of Wall Street capitalism to juxtaposition Ferrari dreams against bleak reality? I mean we would’ve much rather at least seen the Scuderia there. Is this Ferrari’s way of sending New York City a dear John letter? Baby, can’t we just give it one more try?

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New York Auto Show: The very depressing Ferrari display 

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