Britain buys more Ferraris than any other European country

Leon Poultney
Britain buys more Ferraris than any other European country
Britain buys more Ferraris than any other European country

The Italian purveyor of exotic supercars sold a whopping 415 cars in the six months leading up to June 30, with the UK overtaking the previous market leader Germany, where 388 cars were sold in the same period.

Despite the Italians having a fierce allegiance to their beloved car manufacturers, Ferrari only managed to shift a measly 116 cars on its home turf in the first half of the year, a clear indicator of the troubled financial times the country is currently facing.