Following the departure of Ferrari’s former president, Luca di Montezemolo, rumors began surfacing, questioning the future of the Prancing Horse. Some outlets began fearing for the brand’s possible decline, hinted by Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne’s apparent desire to boost Ferrari production, introduce more new models and use more turbocharging.
But according to a recent report from AutoCar in the UK, Ferrari is going to maintain its production cap of only 7,200 units annually, versus the previous rumor increasing it tp 10,000 models per year. Additionally, other outlets claimed to have heard of the possibility for a Ferrari SUV. But that too is only a rumor, also turned down by Marchionne.
Marchionne reassured to AutoCar that Ferrari and Fiat are to remain separate entities as “the mixing of their blood would be fatal for both.”
– By: Chris Chin