Ferrari has just announced its impressive financial and sales results for the third quarter of 2015.
On a shipment front, Ferrari has recorded an increase of 21 per cent over Q3 2013 thanks predominantly to a 33 per cent increase in sales of the Italian marque’s latest V8 models (the 488 GTB, California T and 458 Speciale A). Interestingly, shipments of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta dropped by 17 per cent and Ferrari blames this on the fact that it’s now in its fourth year of production.
Across the Asia Pacific, shipments rose from 181 units to 295 while across Greater China, sales actually dropped by 50 cars to 157. That fact was made up by an additional 114 cars being sold in Europe and 159 extra Ferrari models finding homes across the Americas.
On a revenue front, they reached 723 million euros for Q3 201 which is a 9 per cent rise over the same time period last year. Elsewhere, net profit has risen from 58 million euros to 94 million euros with net cash hitting 827 million euros on September 30 from 566 million on December 31st, 2014.