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2013: Record Profits, Revenues for Ferrari

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014

Another extraordinary year for Ferrari. After 2012, its best ever year, the company decided to reduce the number of cars sold to maintain a high level of exclusivity and increasing their value over the time, improving results. The concept worked: there were reduced sales in 2013, but record turnover, profits and finances. This fact was highlighted during the meeting of the Ferrari Board of Directors held today in Maranello under the chairmanship of Luca di Montezemolo to examine the end-of-year financial results. While the number of homologated cars delivered to the network dropped to 6,922 cars (-5.4 per cent) in 2013, revenues rose by 5 per cent, eventually reaching an unprecedented 2.3 billion Euro. End-of-year trading profits reached a record 363.5 million euro (+8.3 per cent). Ferrari also delivered net profits in excess of 246 million euro (+5.4 per...

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