Why is Ferrari So Picky with Their Cars? A Tour of the Factory Might Shed Some Light
If you keep an eye on a automotive news and some of the trends that have popped up ...
If you keep an eye on a automotive news and some of the trends that have popped up around the community, certain ideologies become synonymous with various brands. For example, you might have just seen something along the lines of Ferrari being rather picky with their cars. Whether it be in the form of denying ownership to certain people, even if these individuals have owned Ferraris and proven their worth in the past or perhaps the company trying to repossess a car for being modified after it’s already sold, they definitely have been known to keep a close eye on their machines that almost seem to be their children even after they roll out of the factory.
Now, to an extent, you can kind of see where they’re coming from with something like this as some of their methods are designed to preserve the name of Ferrari and help to keep the value of these cars up in the clouds, however, other times, enthusiasts tend to go back and forth about what the right thing to do would be and if Ferrari has their head on straight with some of the things that the obligate their customers to do, contractually. I don’t think that there will ever be any sort of widespread agreement on what exactly the company should be doing with their vehicles, however, when we take a peek inside of their production process, it might just give you a little bit more insight as to why they do some of the things that they do when you see the care that goes into these cars… On the other hand, though, it might just confuse you even more.
If you follow along down in the video below, you’ll be able to stop in on the manufacturing process of a collection of Ferrari machines as they make their way through the assembly line to eventually be able to end up in the hands of what we’re sure will be a prescreened and carefully selected buyer. After seeing this video, be sure to tell us what you think about the elements of a Ferrari that are handmade and maybe some that took you off guard.