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.
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.
Their limited production means that finding certain Ferrari models for sale around St. Louis or Indianapolis can be extremely difficult, but we’re here to help you find one of your own. To inquire about purchasing a Prancing Horse of your own, contact Continental AutoSports — we’re based in Chicagoland, but we super supercar aficionados throughout the United States.
Check out this week’s edition of Shop Talk where Noel Rivera, Sales Manager features Jason Addante, Ferrari Master Technician. Learn Jason’s role at Continental and find out why he is someone you should know! More Shop Talk
Check out this week’s edition of Shop Talk where Noel Rivera, Sales Manager features Tod Ruoti, Ferrari Master Technician. Learn Tod’s role at Continental and find out why he is someone you should know! More Shop Talk
The Ferrari 488 GTB is many things: a stunning supercar inspired by the 308 GTB, a purebred performer capable of reaching a top speed of 205 mph, and, perhaps most surprisingly, a spacious and comfortable vehicle. That’s right: the Ferrari 488’s interior showcases that this Prancing Horse has much more to offer than just gaudy performance numbers and incredible specs. View Ferrari Inventory Contact Us Ferrari 488 Interior Design The 488’s cabin has been designed to maximize comfort while emphasizing the car’s raw capability. This becomes apparent just by looking at the steering wheel: the functions that aren’t directly accessible…