600 Ferraris Celebrate Success In Hong Kong

Anniversary

The relationship between Ferrari and China has been a lucrative one for the Prancing Horse.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Ferrari’s entry into the Hong Kong market, a move which has since seen the Prancing Horse enjoy big sales in mainland China as well. To celebrate, Ferrari gathered together more than six hundred Ferraris, the biggest gathering of its kind ever seen in China. More than two thousand Ferrari owners were in attendance as well, and they were treated to the official Chinese debut of the 458 Speciale.

We have a video of the gathering which genuinely is pretty impressive, apart from the horrible music.

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