Ferrari parts are precision made to help you make the most of your world-class supercar or hypercar — nothing less will do for some of the finest vehicles the world’s roads have ever seen. Designed and made in Maranello, Ferrari parts are all made specifically for a given vehicle. Naturally, there are plenty of questions about Ferrari parts, and we’re here to provide answers.
All genuine Ferrari parts are made in Italy, specifically for each vehicle in the Ferrari lineup. All parts and accessories that are purchased from an official Ferrari dealership have a warranty directly from Ferrari. OEM parts have a 24-month / unlimited-mile warranty if the service repair is performed at an official Ferrari dealer. Genuine Ferrari accessories have a 36-month / unlimited-mile warranty if the service repair is performed at an official Ferrari dealer. Buying OEM Ferrari parts and accessories is of utmost importance for adhering to Ferrari specifications and for peace of mind.
While some vendors may make aftermarket Ferrari parts and accessories, it is strongly recommended that you purchase genuine OEM parts from an official Ferrari dealer. While aftermarket parts will almost always be cheaper, aftermarket parts will void your warranty. Genuine Ferrari replacement parts are made by Ferrari specifically for each individual model, so you’ll know that you’re getting the best for your Prancing Horse!
Moreover, using aftermarket parts in Ferrari maintenance and repairs can negatively affect your vehicle’s trade-in value, since certified Ferrari maintenance is a key factor in how much your car is worth.
You find the full range of genuine OEM Ferrari parts and accessories sorted by Ferrari model in our Ferrari parts catalog. We can get components for both modern and classic models. We can even assist in securing Ferrari body parts during a restoration of your Prancing Horse. Even if what you need isn’t listed, reach out to us and we’ll help you locate what you need!
Absolutely! With three Ferrari Master Technicians and several other official Ferrari-trained technicians, we can handle the full range of repair, maintenance, and installation procedures.
Contact Continental AutoSports Ferrari with any additional questions about Ferrari car parts and accessories—we’re here to get you everything you need to keep you Prancing Horse looking and running impeccably.
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