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Ferrari breaks another auction record

Historic 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Pininfarina Berlinetta ‘Competizione’ went for a record price of $12.75 million (€9,856,000) to become the most expensive car to fall under the hammer anywhere in the world over the last 12 months. The two-seater sportscar, one of the most notable models in Ferrari’s racing history, was the star lot of the Villa Erba sale, held as part of the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este classic car event on the banks of Lake Como this weekend.

Ferrari breaks another auction record

Historic 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Pininfarina Berlinetta ‘Competizione’ went for a record price of $12.75 million (€9,856,000) to become the most expensive car to fall under the hammer anywhere in the world over the last 12 months. The two-seater sportscar, one of the most notable models in Ferrari’s racing history, was the star lot of the Villa Erba sale, held as part of the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este classic car event on the banks of Lake Como this weekend.

The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé unleashed

The German car maker and Italian design studio come together to create what could well be the ultimate GT car. The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé combines all of the engineering know-how and driver-focused technology that has made BMW the company it is today with the design excellence that has made Pininfarina Ferrari’s designer of choice for over 50 years. The only disappointing thing about the end result is that, for now at least, it is simply a concept.

The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé unleashed

The German car maker and Italian design studio come together to create what could well be the ultimate GT car. The BMW Pininfarina Gran Lusso Coupé combines all of the engineering know-how and driver-focused technology that has made BMW the company it is today with the design excellence that has made Pininfarina Ferrari’s designer of choice for over 50 years. The only disappointing thing about the end result is that, for now at least, it is simply a concept.

High-flying Ferrari to protect brand by making fewer cars

By Jennifer Clark MARANELLO, Italy (Reuters) - Ferrari will cut production by at least 4 percent in 2013 to preserve the exclusivity of its brand but still hopes to increase profits, its chairman said on Wednesday. Predicting the Italian luxury carmaker will continue to flourish while the global economic outlook remains uncertain, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said that, despite growing sales, production would drop to less than 7,000 vehicles.
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