In 2019, Ferrari earned dozens, if not hundreds of times more money from the sale of each car than other automakers. Such statistics were shared by the Car Industry Analysis portal.
For example, BMW needs to sell 30 cars to earn the same amount as Ferrari gets from one car. Other companies need even more: 44 cars from Toyota, 56 from Volkswagen and 67 from Mercedes-Benz. The last places in the list were occupied by Ford (908 cars) and Nissan (926 cars).
- For the first time in its history, Ferrari sold more than 10,000 cars in 2019 for the first time in its history. In 12 months, 10,131 supercars were sold worldwide, which is 9.5 percent more than in 2018. Of these, 4,895 vehicles were received by customers in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, 2,900 vehicles were sent to North and South America, and another 836 to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
As a result, Ferrari's net profit in 2019 increased by 10.1 percent to 3.7 billion euros. The funds will be used to develop new models, including the brand's first crossover. Ferrari chief engineer Michael Leiters has previously promised that the new five-meter model will be radically different from all SUVs currently presented in the luxury segment. The premiere of the first Ferrari crossover will take place in 2022.