Marchionne claims that Ferrari will be bringing their automobiles to new markets, in order to increase production and profits, while avoiding saturation.

But what happens when the existing models have run their course? Why not bring a completely different type of Ferrari to the showrooms? If Aston Martin can turn a Toyota iQ into a Cygnet, why can’t Ferrari turn a Chrysler Town & Country into a Vanorello?

And if you don’t see the practicality of having a van with carbon ceramic brakes, then you’re probably not a Ferrari customer.