Italian supercar maker Ferrari announced its global sales numbers for its second quarter and six months, ending on June 30, 2021. They achieved a total of 2685 units which is 93.3% better than the previous number of 1296 units that they reached back in the 2020’s quarter.
Furthermore, that brand states that the sales of its 8-cylinder models were up by 111.2%, while the 12-cylinder modes saw an increase of 37.6% in its sales numbers. The quarter deliveries were driven by the F8 family and the 812 GTS together with the SF90 Stradale and the Ferrari Roma, which reached global distribution. The Monza SP1 and SP2 continued to be delivered in line with planning. In addition, the first deliveries of the new Portofino M commenced in the quarter.
In terms of the response from different regions contributing to the numbers, Ferrari mentions that EMEA was up 89.4%, Americas increased 70.3%, Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan posted a substantial 564.0% performance, boosted by the arrival of new models and accentuated by an easy comparison versus prior year, and Rest of APAC surged by 92.4%.
Commenting on the results, Chairman and Acting CEO John Elkann said: “This excellent second quarter confirms the strength of Ferrari and of its unique business model. With each Ferrari we unveil we are setting new benchmarks for innovation, beauty and distinctiveness which is the only true luxury. As we move towards our 75th anniversary next year, our opportunities have never been wider and greater.”
The current portfolio that Ferrari offers to its customers is the Ferrari Roma, the Portofino M, F8 Spider and the F8 Tributo, all powered by Ferrari’s iconic V8 engine. The 812 GTS and 812 Superfast is power from the V12 powerhouse that Ferrari offers. Additionally, the SF90 and SF90 Spider are the brand’s series production hypercar which use the twin-turbocharged V8 mated to an electric motor. The latest offering from the Ferrari stable is the 296 GTB which, unlike other supercars from the line-up, derives power from a plug-in hybrid V6 motor.