Ferrari’s LaFerrari Aperta cars had sold out prior to its official launching at the Paris Motor Show on Thursday. That was all done in a sign the extremely rich still clamor for any special edition of the luxury brand name.
Just 200 of the hybrid convertible sports vehicles are going to be produced for thoroughly picked clients, with an extra 9 made for use by the company during its 70th anniversary celebrations next year.
“For us a limited edition is a way to reward our most devoted clients,” sales and marketing head Enrico Galliera stated at launch.
“These 200 consumers bought the automobile without having seen it; they opted for faith.”
Limited editions are consistently used by high-end automakers to display brand-new innovation, preserve exclusivity – and prices – and are a major source of profit for Ferrari and Volkswagen-owned high end peers Bugatti and Lamborghini.
Some experts estimate they might make up about 10 per cent of Ferrari’s incomes this year.