7 Times Ferrari Took Fans Court

By Aahil


Ferrari is a brand that fiercely protects its images, and it is n’t above filing a lawsuit  against someone who slanders it or uses its cars in any non-Ferrari promotional material.

With help from Ferrari partner Michelotto, he shaved the roof, built a tubular steel cage, changed the suspension, and shortened the exhaust system.

Jean 'Beurlys' Blaton: Ferrari F40 Barchetta

Plein had to pay €300,000 (about $1.3 million) in damages and €25,000 (around $28,300) in legal costs when Ferrari filed a lawsuit and won.

Phillip Plein: 812 Superfast

When Ferrari's legal team intervened, Zimmerman was compelled to remove the car's unique wrap and badging. The Ferrari, according to Zimmerman, was "just a normal-ass 458 now," he said on Twitter.

Deadmau5: Purrari

When the supercar manufacturer first sought to utilize the Purosangue moniker for its future SUV, it first contacted a nonprofit that supports health and fitness.

Charity: Purosangue Foundation

Ferrari isn't interested in giving new wiring diagrams, and the few available for older Ferraris are difficult to grasp, so an enthusiast started making and selling his own.

FerrariWiring.com / FerrariDiagrams.com

A kit to turn the 488 GTB into the FXX K was quickly created by the German tuning company Mansory Design, and sales of it began in 2016.

Mansory 4XX Siracusa

Miami Vice used a Daytona copy constructed on a Corvette chassis in its early seasons of production since it didn't have the cash for a real Ferrari in the 1980s.

Ferrari  365 GTB/4 Daytona Replica