Nick Whale Group will take over responsibility for Ferrari in central England on August 4, following the closure of Pendragon-owned Stratstone Ferrari in Little Aston, Sutton Coldfield.
Ferrari has ordered 200 exclusive variants of the Fiat 500 for use by its dealer network in Europe as courtesy cars.
A new British supercar is to compete with the likes of Ferrari and Lamborghini.
Ferrari has revealed the first official pictures of its new 4.3-litre V8 California.
Ferrari is to open its own merchandise store on Regent Street, London.
Jean Todt, Ferrari’s chief executive officer has resigned and will be replaced by general manager Amedeo Felisa.
Condè Nast and Ferrari have reached an agreement to co-publish a magazine dedicated entirely to the high performance car brand.
Bodytechnics has been appointed the UK's third official Ferrari Body Repairer, following a £1million investment in its accident repair centre in Slough.
Ferrari GB has launched an Approved used car scheme for models up to nine years old which will help its 15 dealers win a greater share of the used market.
Ferrari GB has launched its approved used car programme for models up to nine years old.
Inchcape Retail has sold its three Maranello Ferrari and Maserati outlets in the latest stage of consolidation of its UK dealerships.
HR Owen has bought a Ferrari and Maserati dealership in St Albans from Inchcape Retail for £320,000.
The residual values of used convertibles increased, month-on-month, by up to 5% during May, as demand improved in response to prolonged spells of dry and sunny weather.
A London-based independent supercar specialist opened the UK’s first authorised repair franchise for Ferrari and Maserati last week with a celebrity-studded launch party.
Ferrari GB and its dealers are inviting its customers to join in a Guinness World Record attempt at the “Largest Parade of Ferraris” on June 9 at Silverstone.
Fiat has bought an 8.4% stake in Ferrari back from Commerzbank for approximately €260 million (£175.5m).
Ferrari increased profits to €157 million (£107.6m) in 2005, an increase of 13.8% on 2004 (£94.6m).
Edinburgh-based car dealer Glenvarigill has seen its pre-tax losses more than double following the sale of its luxury Ferrari and Maserati franchises.
A second wave of Retail Motor Industry Training (ReMIT) apprentices have joined ranks of Ferrari, under the Ferrari modern apprenticeship scheme.
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