Ferrari would like to set the record straight for those devout Catholics out there who have an extra $200,000 kicking around.
Its cars are by no means mere symbols of enviable status and power. Most people who buy Ferraris have an appreciation for the fun of driving, Amedeo Felisa, vice general manager of Ferrari, told Reuters.
"Unless having fun has become a sin, I don't believe it" is wrong, Felisa told Reuters from an event in Milan celebrating the company's 60th anniversary.
The luxury carmaker, it seems, felt it had to respond to the fifth … Read more