Ferrari has recorded a hefty increase in revenue and amount of vehicles sold during the first half of the existing year globally.
The company’s revenues hit 1,208 million Euro i.e. Rs 8600 crore, or an 11.9% augmentation.
As per reports, around 3,664 homologated road vehicles were shipped to franchises, which showed a growth 7.4 per cent.
Models, whichhelped the company to make large sums of money comprised Ferrari’s 8-cylinder cars, chiefly the latest Ferrari California 30 and the 458 Spider.
Below the 12-cylinder series, the FF sold in a strong substantial way, whilst the latest F12 Berlinetta has yet to make any impact on results as deliveries do not commence until the autumn season.
Sales in the United States of America recorded a rise of around 17% to around 851 cars, and it carries on to be the company’s biggest market, making about 23% of global sales.
The only weakness, but, was the negative growth in the Italian market, where the financial disaster and launching of novel taxes lead to a decline of 164 cars sold to 187 units during the first half of the last year (2011).
Ferrari chairman Luca Di Montezemolo stated that these outcomes, attained against a still extremely tough global economic environment, are first and foremost anhonor for their continuous and major investment in technological originality.
The totally fresh variety they are currently in a place to provide customers crosswise the world means they can hope for ending 2012 having bettered further still on 2011’s fiscal performance.
As per figures, sales in the USA stay positive, with a growth of approximately 17% to 851 cars, and carries on to be Ferrari’s chief market, making around 23% of universal sales.
In the United Kingdom, the sales increased around 43% with 393 car deliveries. There were also noteworthy outcomes from Germany (+18%) and Switzerland (+17%), countries where the FF is turning up most popular.