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Enzo Ferrari, the famed driver who founded both the Scuderia Ferrari Grand Prix motor racing team and automaker Ferrari S.p.A., was born in Modena in 1898. While he logged thousands of miles traveling the world with his racing team, his heart and company remained in Modena and nearby Maranello. Today Ferrari headquarters is in Maranello, where there's also the Museo Ferrari, an incredible museum devoted to the brand.
Today’s Ferraris come in colors ranging from bright yellow (Giallo Modena) to soft metallic grey (Grigio Alloy), but originally they were all red (Rosso Scuderia). That wasn’t Enzo Ferrari’s decision, however. Red was the color that the International Automobile Federation (FIA) assigned to all Italian Grand Prix racecars in the early years of auto racing. And most people still overwhelmingly choose red as the color for their Ferrari; the color represents 45 percent of Ferraris sold.
Ferrari’s Tailor Made program allows buyers to personalize every component of their car. This bespoke experience happens at the Maranello factory, where buyers can choose everything from livery colors to interior trims, finishes, and accessories. Three collections are available: Scuderia (racing-influenced selections); Classica (modern takes on the iconic Ferrari GT); and Inedita (innovative and out-of-the-box combinations). Once a buyer makes these choices, they can expect it to take up to two years to receive their car. Famous names like Eric Clapton and golfer Ian Poulter have created their own custom-designed Ferraris.
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