What is a tailor made Ferrari?
Ferrari Tailor Made is the exclusive Ferrari program for those customers who want to customize each element of their car for a perfect fit, creating an unmistakable, one-of-a-kind vehicle which reflects their personality and tastes.
Can anyone get a tailor made Ferrari?
While Ferrari has long allowed customers to choose basic features of their cars, the tailor-made program takes personalization to a whole new level, adding 20% to 100% to a car’s price. The ‘Tailor Made Center’ for Ferrari is a design lab where clients can customize their rides.
How much does a personalized Ferrari cost?
When it comes to pricing on exotic cars like Ferraris, it’s kind of hard to pin down a good representative average; let’s just say that the sky’s the limit! Ferrari offers the option of selecting custom paint, interiors, rims, and more starting in the $250,000-$300,000 range.
Can I build my own Ferrari?
The Ferrari car configurator lets you explore a range of options to make your Ferrari unique. These configurations are only some of the infinite customisation possibilities that Ferrari offers its customers.
What is a Ferrari Atelier car?
The nature of Ferrari’s Atelier customization service is that it is designed to help the brand’s premium clients make the style and paint choices that match their personal vision. Through the Atelier, future Ferrari owners can customize everything from their car’s paint colour to seat design, stitch patterns, and more.
How long does it take for a Ferrari to be delivered?
“Once the client pays 20 per cent of the final price of the product as booking amount, the engineers at the Ferrari factory in Italy start building it,” says the Ferrari salesman. “We usually take around three to seven months to deliver the car.
Is a Ferrari worth the money?
Despite the price tag, and the cost to own the vehicle, owning a Ferrari is well worth it. The enjoyment of driving one, and seeing it parked in your garage, alone, make it worth buying one.
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Why Ferrari quit Le Mans?
Ferrari withdrew from Le Mans to concentrate on Formula One, collecting a further 14 Constructors’ titles (it has 16 overall), plus five Drivers’ championships for Michael Schumacher, two for Niki Lauda and one each for Jody Scheckter and Kimi Raikkonen.