The company announced this in today’s press release. At the same time, it slightly improved the full-year outlook. The company’s shares gained more than four percent after the results report was published.

The company’s quarterly sales increased by 23.5 percent year-on-year to 1.544 billion euros. The automaker delivered 3,459 cars to customers in the third quarter, which is nine percent more than a year ago.

“Another record quarter,” said Benedetto Vigna, head of the company, about the results. “The order book remains at record levels, reflecting strong demand across all regions,” he added.

The carmaker now expects to increase its sales this year to roughly 5.9 billion from last year’s 5.1 billion euros. In the previous forecast, it estimated annual sales at around 5.8 billion euros.

Ferrari separated from Fiat Chrysler at the beginning of 2016. Ferrari shares are now traded on the stock exchanges in Milan and New York.