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Discussion in 'Europe' started by Pav, Aug 29, 2011.
Welcome to the board. Congrats on the Mondial T
Very nice Mondial, congratulations! Did you buy it from Foitek ?
No this is not the case in Holland. If I would seriously be fined in the US, this has no consequences in Holland. Ofcourse it has in the US...
But I love CH! I own 2 former CH Mondial 3.2s. Both from 1987 and both with full history. One is from the Zug area and the other from Chur (new delivery Lichtenstein).
Swiss 2017 January - December Italian Car Sales
4C - 102
Giulia - 1156
Giulietta - 645
MiTo - 137
Stelvio - 1248
458 - 2
488 - 140
812 Superfast - 4
California - 51
F12berlinetta - 31
GTC4lusso - 106
LaFerrari - 19
124 Spider - 375
500 - 4227
500L - 277
500X - 1245
Panda - 1636
Punto - 644
Tipo - 1616
Aventador - 34
Huracan - 56
Ypsilon - 4
Ghibli - 270
GranCabrio - 31
GranTurismo - 19
Levante - 534
Quattroporte - 62
Thanks for the info!
Are those numbers first hand sales?
Happy new year!
Yes - All brand new car sales.
4 Lancia Y!!
That's the car to buy! They are rarer than the LaF
I am surprised by two things.
Firts that they sold 102 C4 when there are 80 for sale second hand in CH. Prizes will drop soon for that car, very interesting
Second, I thought LaFerrari had been all built and delivered already
Did they increase the production?
4C is a market flop even though I thought it was a very good when I drove it.
I fully agree, it is a very understimated car. Only one in that segment with carbon fiber mono chasis
I personally believe will drop well under 30K then Ill buy one for my track days
500 units sold - 499 units of the LaFerrari Coupé were sold between 2013-2015 and one in 2016.
Current sales are for the LaFerrari Aperta, which was launched in 2016. Production is limited to 210 units.
Got it! thank you
Like Lotus sports cars the 4C is a niche model, hence sales are reasonable.
2017 Jan-Nov: 853
2014 Nov-Dec: 91
To be exactly correct, these are registrations of new vehicles (which can slightly differ from sales but are often considered to be the same).
Ferrari numbers with some historical background:
Very interesting table!
Thanks a lot
Welcome. Hope to see you about soon.
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Who is going to the Autobau Erlebniswelt on the 4th of February?
Sounds cool....anyone go last year ??
You can visit the Autobau museum every Sunday: http://www.autobau.ch/de. It’s open to public then and I have been there for 3 or 4 times. Left part of the museum has Fredy Lienhardts street cars (LaF, F40, Miura, …) and on the right side you will find his race cars (Sauber F1, Sauber prototypes and many more). My Ferrari mechanic has his workshop there and sometimes he also cares about the museums cars.
If you want to have the real deal, join us here: https://www.openairtours.ch/touren-events/5-open-air-tours-season-opening/
Remo Brunschweiler (he is a member of our Ferrari Drivers Club) is the organizer of this event and the Ferrari Drivers Club will be there too.
Wishing a happy new year to all, and a quick question
I have yet to join any of the Ferrari 'clubs', and was wondering, which one to go for (or several)? According to the Ferrari.com website, ferrariclubswitzerland.ch is the official Swiss club, but I've also seen a few others including the one our friend Markus here promotes
For me, something that has a decent member base in Suisse Romande would be preferred. Any advice on this subject?
Cheers, and drive carefully!
Hi Heikki, the Ferrari Club Switzerland is divided in different sections, on section is called "Romand", I guess this could be the section for you.
President of this section is Jean-Luc Valencien, you can send him an email via firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!