Monaco has the highest number of new Ferraris sold per inhabitant in the world

Monaco has the highest number of new Ferraris sold per inhabitant in the world - According to a study by Car Industry Analysis, the Principality is the country with the highest number of new Ferraris sold per inhabitant in the world. Monaco is well ahead of the 10 countries where the most Ferraris (per 1,000 inhabitants) were registered in 2021. This unusual study looked at the number of Ferraris sold in each country. To do this, automotive market research specialists have studied the Italian manufacturer's sales figures for the year 2021 and have established a top 10 of the countries in which the number of Ferraris per inhabitant is the highest. Behind Monaco comes Andorra, Luxembourg and Switzerland.

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