Ferrari Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Ferrari
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The average cost of insurance for your Ferrari will vary depending on multiple factors, including your location, your driving history, the model Ferrari you are purchasing and your age, among other factors.
Insurance companies determine the insurance cost for a vehicle based on safety ratings, theft rates, replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility.
Ferraris come with many safety features and aren’t commonly stolen, which helps with the cost of insurance. However, the brand’s reputation for speed and fast cars, plus the expensive price tag and costly repairs make this a pricey car to insure.
The 812 Superfast is Ferrari’s most powerful and fastest car to date (with the exception of the rear-engined special limited-series 12 cylinders). This speedster boasts maximum power output of 800 cv at 8,500 rpm, maximum torque of 718 Nm at 7,000 rpm, and 0-100km/h in 2.9 seconds. It’s also the first Ferrari with electric power steering.
Ferrari was founded in Italy in 1939 by Enzo Ferrari. But the company didn’t manufacture its first car until 1947. Its legendary symbol was first used by an Italian WWI pilot. Once the war had ended, the pilot’s family allowed Ferrari to adopt the prancing horse symbol.
Today, some of Ferrari’s most prestigious racing successes include 15 F1 World Drivers’ Championships and 226 victories in F1 Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s driver academy was created in 2009 to groom promising young drivers. Some of the academy’s drivers include Callum Ilott, Jules Lucien André Bianchi and Guan Yu Zhou. The Ferrari Campus headquarters is located at the Fiorano Circuit (Ferrari’s private racetrack) in Modena, Italy.
Like the price of your Ferrari, the cost of insuring this car won’t be cheap either. So be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
Although Ferrari is part of the upper echelon of fine automobiles, many insurance providers will provide coverage for your new sports car. If you have trouble finding insurance, you may need to look into specialty insurers of exotic vehicles and sports cars. This type of coverage is sometimes called “classic” auto insurance.
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