Ferrari Headquarters in Maranello, Italy

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Since its early 1900s inception, Ferrari has been blessing the world with the most luxurious sports cars ever assembled. Thanks to photographer Luca Locatelli, we now get a behind the scenes look at how each of these glorious automobiles is put together.

As he toured the their Maranello, Italy based factory, Locatelli captured stunning photos that provide rare insight into the luxury auto maker. Ferrari’s headquarters is sleek and simple, with modern machines occupying much of the space. There are still plenty of workers providing the hand finishing touches to the limited number of units that are shipped out around the world with each passing year. Enzo Ferrari passed away over two decades ago, but there’s no slowing the prancing horse.

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