Who doesn’t dream of a red Ferrari parked in the garage? Well, if you’ve just made the necessary millions and want to make that dream come true, you’ll have to wait a few more years. Even if you visit the showroom of the Italian brand today and immediately sign the order, you won’t see your car for a few years…

Benedetto Vigna, head of the Ferrari car company, mentioned to journalists that the list of orders waiting for production is record long. So long, in fact, that all the cars already ordered will not be produced before the end of 2025. New orders will therefore fall right up to the 2026 production plan.

At the same time, this year’s production already surpasses last year’s – in the first nine months of 2023, the Maranell factory produced 10,418 cars, which is 5.3% (or 524 cars) more than in the same period of 2022.

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Purosangue is already a sales hit for Ferrari, but its production will be limited to a fifth of the carmaker’s total production.

And the SUV Purosangue, a hot new product in the Italian car company’s offer, is only slowly starting to roll off the production line. At the same time, its production alone should account for 20% of the brand’s total annual sales.

This September, for the first time, sales of Ferrari hybrid cars surpassed sales of their internal combustion siblings (they accounted for 51.3% of sales). The automaker is also already preparing the first purely electric model, which should arrive at the end of 2025. A new factory is being built specifically for electrified and electric models, the gates of which will open next summer.