Who Owns Ferrari?

Ferrari SF90 Stradale in profile

Ferrari is primarily a publicly owned company, with Piero Ferrari and Exor N.V. rounding out the ownership. Ferrari is an Italian car company known for producing world-class supercars, and has somewhat humble origins, beginning as a racing team and blossoming over time into one of the world’s premier automakers.  


Ferrari’s Ownership History

The modern Prancing Horse began its life in 1939 when Enzo Ferrari started a racing team under Alfa Romeo called Scuderia Ferrari; after World War II, Enzo struck out on his own to built vehicles under the Ferrari name. The first Ferrari-badged car was produced in 1947.

Ferrari remained a private company until 1960, when the company went public under the name SEFAC S.p.A., or Società Esercizio Fabbriche Automobili e Corse. Not long after, Fiat took a stake in the company and increased investment dramatically.

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Does Fiat own Ferrari? 

No, but Fiat once had a major stake in Ferrari. There was a time when Fiat S.p.A. (Fabbrica Automobili Torino, or Italian Automobile Factory of Turin). Fiat became a 50% shareholder in Ferrari in 1969. While Fiat expanded its ownership of Ferrari to 90% 1988, it never had full ownership of the company. This arrangement lasted until 2014, when Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. announced that it would separate Ferrari S.p.A. from FCA. This separation began to take formal effect in October 2015, and was completed in January 2016. Over the course of this separation, Ferrari N.V. was established as the new holding company of the Ferrari Group, FCA sold its ownership stake, and the company was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.


What Company Owns Ferrari?

  • Public (67.09%)
  • Exor N.V. (22.91%)
  • Piero Ferrari (10%)

The primary owner of Ferrari is the investing public, while Piero Ferrari — Enzo’s second son — also holds a significant ownership stake, which Exor N.V. rounding out ownership of the company. 


Learn More With Continental AutoSports

Despite the changes in ownership over the years, where Ferraris are made remains the same: Maranello, Italy. Ferrari has never lost sight of what makes the brand distinct: expertly engineered, precision-crafted, world-class supercars. 

Owning a Ferrari is a special experience, as is the process of buying one. Want to learn more about the brand or purchase a Prancing Horse of your own? Contact Continental AutoSports to start the process. While we’re located near Chicago, we proudly serve buyers in St. Louis, Indianapolis, and throughout the United States.


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