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Quiz: How much do you really know about Ferrari?

by | Last updated on Aug 26, 2022 at 4:06PM | Published on Aug 26, 2022 | Quiz

Quiz: How much do you really know about Ferrari?

How much do you really know about Ferrari?

We’re all familiar with the Prancing Horse badge that the supercars wear, but the brand has a long and varied history.

So, from the most expensive Ferrari to what percentage of them are red, these questions will put your knowledge to the test.

Good luck!

#1. What percentage of Ferraris sold today are red?

Nearly one in every two Ferrari customers today still opt for a red vehicle. Mind you, that percentage has been going down steadily since the 1990s. Back then, over 85 percent of new Ferraris sold were red.

#2. How many LaFerraris have been built?

First launched in 2013, the LaFerrari was limited to 710 units in total: 500 coupé and 210 convertibles, also known as the ‘Aperta’.

#3. What is the Ferrari 360 Modena named after?

Modena is a small town in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, and it is also the unofficial capital of the so-called ‘Motor Valley’, where a variety of sports car makers are located.

Enzo Ferrari was born in Modena, while the company was founded in Maranello, a small town that’s part of the same province.

#4. What is a convertible Ferrari called?

#5. What is the most expensive new Ferrari ever built? (not including one-offs)

The FXX K Evo will set you back $2.6m, making it the most expensive new Ferrari ever made.

Alternatively, you can always buy the Aperta, which would ‘only’ cost 1.42m, or the Daytona at $2.2m.

#6. What is the most a Ferrari 250 GTO has ever sold for?

The 1963 Tour De France-winning Ferrari 250 GTO in question was sold at a private auction in 2018 for $70 million.

For the record, you can buy 225 new Ferraris (488 GTB) for that.

#7. Where did Ferrari open its first theme park?

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi opened its doors to the public in November 2010.

Located on Yas Island, it covers an area of 86,000 square meters and it includes five (!) roller-coasters.

#8. What was Ferrari's first all-wheel-drive model?

The FF was introduced in 2011 as a four-seat, four-wheel drive grand tourer.

It preceded the GTC4 Lusso.

Back when it was first launched, it was also the world’s fastest four-seater.

#9. How many examples of the first-ever Ferrari were made? (The Ferrari 125 Sport)

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