How Many Cars Does Ferrari Make Each Year?

Approximately 8,400 Ferraris are sold each year after being built in Maranello, Italy. To many automakers, this is a small number; but in light of Ferrari’s meticulous engineering and commitment to building as much of their vehicles by hand as possible, it’s quite impressive.

Estimated Ferrari Production Numbers by Model

Ferrari is tight-lipped about the exact production numbers of many of its models, though there is some information available about how many have been made.

  • 296 GTB: Currently in production
  • 360 Modena: 1,810 models built (for the US market)
  • 360 Spider: 2,389 models built (for the US market)
  • 458 Italia: Approximately 15,000 models built
  • 458 Speciale: Approximately 3,000 models built 
  • 458 Spider: Approximately 6,000 models built 
  • 488 GTB: Between 10,000 – 15,000 models built across all 488 variants
  • 488 Pista: 3,500 models
  • 488 Pista Spider: Between 10,000 – 15,000 models built across all 488 variants
  • 488 Spider: Between 10,000 – 15,000 models built across all 488 variants
  • 812 Superfast: Currently in production
  • California: Approximately 8,000 models built
  • California T: Approximately 7,900 models built
  • F12berlinetta: Approximately 5,000 models built
  • F12tdf: 799 models built 
  • F40: 1,370 models built
  • F8 Spider: Currently in production
  • F8 Tributo: Currently in production
  • Ferrari 812 Competizione: 999 models build
  • Ferrari 812 Competizione Aperta: 599 models build
  • Ferrari 812 GTS: Currently in production
  • FF: 2,291 models built
  • GTC4Lusso: Approximately 2,000 – 2,500 models built
  • GTC4Lusso T: Approximately 1,000 – 1,500 models built
  • LaFerrari: 500 models built
  • LaFerrari Aperta: 210 models built
  • Monza SP1: 500 (both SP1 and SP2) models built
  • Monza SP2: 500 (both SP1 and SP2) models built
  • Portofino: Currently in production
  • Portofino M: Currently in production
  • Roma: Currently in production
  • Scuderia Spider 16M: 499 models built 
  • SF90 Spider: Currently in production
  • SF90 Stradale: Currently in production
  • Testarossa: 7,177 models built

    Why are So Few Ferraris Made Each Year?

    Ferraris are made with exceptional care, and almost entirely by hand — in fact, the only part of the Ferrari manufacturing process that’s automated is the connection of each vehicle’s valve mechanics. Engines are assembled by hand every day, and meticulous quality control ensures that every Ferrari produced meets the highest standards. Such demanding attention to detail also requires time, and it’s a large part of what makes every Prancing Horse special.

    Monza SP2 overhead

    How Many Ferrari Cars are Sold Each Year?

    • 9,119 Ferraris were sold in 2020
    • 10,131 Ferraris were sold in 2019 
    • 9,251 Ferraris were sold in 2018
    • 8,398 Ferraris were sold in 2017
    • 8,014 Ferraris were sold in 2016
    • 7,664 Ferraris were sold in 2015
    • 7,255 Ferraris were sold in 2014
    • 7,000 Ferraris were sold in 2013
    • 7,405 Ferraris were sold in 2012
    • 7,195 Ferraris were sold in 2011

    2019 was the first year that Ferrari shipped over 10,000 vehicles. This is especially impressive given that Ferrari’s total production from 1947 – 2019 was approximately 222,000 vehicles — that means that Ferrari sold around 4.5% of its total cars made since 1947 in 2019 alone!

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