Ferrari resumes its activities and a Monza SP2, an 812 GTS and an F8 Tributo are the first cars to roll off the production lines
The week beginning 4 May marked a gradual return towards full operation of the production lines at both the Maranello and Modena facilities. After the lengthy break the first car to come out of the historic Prancing Horse factory gates was a beautiful black Ferrari Monza SP2 with grey livery. It represented the relaunch of the Special Series line.
Subsequently, the 12 and 8-cylinder lines produced an 812 GTS - the model that marked the return of the V12 spider to the Ferrari range after 50 years - in GTS Grey with a chocolate brown interior. That was accompanied by an F8 Tributo in fiery Rosso Corsa, with a red interior. For everyone at Ferrari, seeing these first cars coming off the production lines during the course of the week was a very emotional experience. And we look forward to seeing them travelling free again on racetracks and roads around the world. Carrying the passion that unites all those who have Ferrari in their hearts.