Celebrating its 70th birthday in 2017, Ferrari !cid_image001_jpg@01D0C3A8is often the first company to capture the imaginations of young supercar enthusiasts, sparking a love-affair that lasts a lifetime. A first foray into supercar production in 1984 with the 288 GTO sparked a new era in the company’s history, and since that time, Ferrari has proved one of the world’s front-runners in supercar design. Up until this year, Brand Finance hailed it as the most powerful brand in the world.

We currently display a glorious 2005 Ferrari Enzo Coupe in Nero black from the personal collection of our owner, Sheikh Amari, along with a 2015 488 Petrol Coupe 3.9 GTB 2DR Semi Automatic with a fresh Bianco Avus finish, a 2016 488 GTB 3.9 Litre Twin Turbo V8 in Nero Daytona, a 2015 458 Speciale Aperta in Rosso Corsa – one of a limited line of 499 examples, a 2013 F12 Berlinetta Novitec N Largo S in Rosso Scuderia – even rarer with only 11 ever being produced, a 2014 458 Speciale Petrol Coupe 4.5 AB 2DR Semi Automatic in Nero Daytona black, a 2009 Scuderia Spider 16M in Avus Blanco – also one of only 499 to be made, a superb classic 1981 512BBi Boxer LHD in rich red, a 2015 F12 Berlinetta Coupe 2DR  Auto in Grigio Silverstone,  and the only road legal FXX in the world, an Enzo FXX petrol Coupe LHD Evoluzione 6.3 2008 along with numerous other models amounting to more than 20 Ferrari-brand vehicles overall, both vintage and contemporary.

The Ferrari company’s first car was created in 1940 and named the Auto Avio Costruzioni 815, but the iconic yellow badge featuring a prancing horse was not devised until 1947. Ferrari’s successful and prolific involvement in motor racing has ensured that the company has continuously developed ground-breaking new technologies to enhance the performance of their vehicles, rendering them a trailblazer for the advancement of vehicular functionality. In fact, racing prowess was the first priority of the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari, upon its advent in 1939, so the creation of high-performance vehicles has always taken precedent when it comes to Ferrari design. In 2016, a total of 8014 individual cars were shipped worldwide, making it the most successful year for the brand thus far, and love and passion for the legendary motoring icon is only continuing to grow.

At Amari, our grand collection of supercars is worth at least 15 million pounds at any one time, with limited edition and exceptionally high-end machines passing into our hands on a regular basis. You can arrange a visit to our huge showroom in order to take the first thrilling step towards owning your own supercar and, as we operate by appointment only, you will be afforded the full attention and expertise of the team, who will strive to meet your every requirement.  We are passionate about supercars – from their unique and supremely engineered functionality through to their intricate and lovingly crafted aesthetic design. Please pay us a visit to see the other beautiful machines we have in stock.

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