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Ferrari annual production numbers (1947-2001)

What are the numbers for 2002, 2003 and 2004 ?
And why did the production numbers drop so dramatically in 1992 and 1993 ?
Total production until 2001 : 96'699

1947: 3
48: 5
49: 21
19: 26
51: 33
52: 44
53: 57
54: 58
55: 61
56: 81
57: 113
58: 183
59: 248

60: 306
61: 441
62: 493
63: 598
64: 654
65: 740
66: 665
67: 706
68: 729
69: 619

70: 928
71: 1246
72: 1844
73: 1772
74: 1436
75: 1337
76: 1426
77: 1798
78: 1939
79: 2221

80: 2470
81: 2565
82: 2209
83: 2366
84: 2842
85: 3288
86: 3640
87: 3902
88: 4001
89: 3821

90: 4293
91: 4487
92: 3384
93: 2345
94: 2671
95: 3144
96: 3350
97: 3518
98: 3652
99: 3669

00: 3946
01: 4305

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Re: Ferrari annual production numbers

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What are the numbers for 2002, 2003 and 2004 ?
And why did the production numbers drop so dramatically in 1992 and 1993 ?
A couple of reasons:

You had recessions in the US and parts of Europe in 92/93.

The super car/Ferrari market bubble of the late 80's-90 had burst.

The model line up in 92/93 was not one of Ferrari's strongest. The 348 was controversial and the Testarossa/TR 512 was nearing the end of its long run. There was no 2+2 GT during this period.

Both the F355 and 456 GT were launched in 94.
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Thanks Boxer.

Don't you think 4000 or 4500 cars per year is too much for Ferrari ? And with the chinese, indian and maybe russian markets, things could go worse in the future... 5000 or even 6000 cars per year is not impossible.

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I think an annual production output of 4-5000 cars a year is fine. If a new entry level "Dino" is added to the line up, then I would add another 1500 to the above numbers. At these levels, Ferrari should be financially stable.
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I think an annual production output of 4-5000 cars a year is fine. If a new entry level "Dino" is added to the line up, then I would add another 1500 to the above numbers. At these levels, Ferrari should be financially stable.
Maybe it is financially stable (though with Fiat on its back that should not be a problem).
But, in my opinion, it's losing a little bit of its exclusivity.

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Maybe it is financially stable (though with Fiat on its back that should not be a problem).
But, in my opinion, it's losing a little bit of its exclusivity.
I think people are just getting richer and spending more money. I saw a report in the Economist recently showing savings dropping to all time lows in all developed nations. Therefore demand is going up and Ferrari is meeting the supply.

To put it in perspective, 5,000 is probably a fraction of what Toyoto makes in a day. And that 5,000 is in a year.

North American production only (2,000,000+): http://www.toyota.com/about/operatio...roduction.html
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Maybe it is financially stable (though with Fiat on its back that should not be a problem).
But, in my opinion, it's losing a little bit of its exclusivity.
Agree on the exclusivity but I don't think that is avoidable. On Fiat, I think Ferrari would be much better off on its own. Fiat is in terrible shape and its chances of recovery are 50/50 at best. If it was my business, I would spin Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, and Alfa off as a seperate Luxury and Sports car company.
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i just wondered where u got these figures from Paco? and also, if there were any figures of how many were being ordered each year, as I am trying to plot a graph for my dissertation, thanks loads, much appreciated

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i don't know about the exclusivity worries. How many ferraris pass you on the road daily? think about it.



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What are the numbers for 2002, 2003 and 2004 ?
And why did the production numbers drop so dramatically in 1992 and 1993 ?
Total production until 2001 : 96'699

1947: 3
48: 5
49: 21
19: 26
51: 33
52: 44
53: 57
54: 58
55: 61
56: 81
57: 113
58: 183
59: 248

60: 306
61: 441
62: 493
63: 598
64: 654
65: 740
66: 665
67: 706
68: 729
69: 619

70: 928
71: 1246
72: 1844
73: 1772
74: 1436
75: 1337
76: 1426
77: 1798
78: 1939
79: 2221

80: 2470
81: 2565
82: 2209
83: 2366
84: 2842
85: 3288
86: 3640
87: 3902
88: 4001
89: 3821

90: 4293
91: 4487
92: 3384
93: 2345
94: 2671
95: 3144
96: 3350
97: 3518
98: 3652
99: 3669

00: 3946
01: 4305
Dear ferraristi,

where can the information about the annual production numbers officially be found?

Thank you very much.
dino

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Okay guys: my search was successful: I've found a source publishing the annual production numbers because I needed it for my master thesis. There is a figure on page 51 of Dregni, Michael: Ferrari - Das Werk. Maybe that information might be helpful to omahoney32's dissertation but probably it's too late since his posting was made in 2011 and he might have finished until now.
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