The Italian based automaker Ferrari is celebrating the company’s 20th anniversary in China these days and the celebrations have recently ended in the Asian country.
China is slowly becoming the largest auto market for most carmaker out there and Ferrari can’t miss a piece of the pie so in order to celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary in the Asian country, a lot of events were organized throughout the country. According to the Italian based automaker, 250,000 people have gathered at the event in Guangzhou, where Luca di Montezemolo, the Ferrari chairman, came to show his appreciation.
“We consider our first 20 years’ presence in this nation as just a start. I am very pleased with the results we have attained so far and I would like to thank all those who have worked so hard and who share our dreams and our passion. With the warmth and affection we feel surrounding Ferrari in China I am sure we will continue to grow together”, said Luca di Montezemolo.
Ferrari has managed to sell more than 700 supercars this year in China through its 25 dealer network. China is currently Ferrari’s second largest market and in order to show its appreciation, the company has produced a very special edition of the Ferrari 458 Italia earlier this year.
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