Ferrari will offer four new models over the next four years but will stick to its strict production limit of 7000 units per year, the company has announced.
As part of the fanfare surrounding Fiat Chrysler Automobiles‘ five-year product and business plan, company chief Sergio Marchionne made his plans clear for the luxury Italian brand, confirming the brand will stay a part of the overarching company’s stable and that it is “not for sale”.
Marchionne described the Ferrari brand as a “phenomenal repository of value” for Fiat as a whole, and that the company’s restriction on the quantity of cars that will be built and sold under the Ferrari brand every year is a “wilful and intended” limitation – though it was suggested the brand could push volume to 10,000 units if needed.
There is currently no indication on what the new Ferrari models will be, but it has been announced that after four years on sale each of the new models will see a mid-life model update known as an “M” version.
It is unclear if the Ferrari LaFerrari XX model – spied by CarAdvice’s photographers in Europe recently ahead of its expected Paris motor show debut in October – is included as part of those plans.