Ferrari recently celebrated thirty years of its precence in Hong Kong, with he biggest gathering of Prancing Horse cars ever organised in Greater China.
Over six hundred Ferrari’s spanning every era gathered at the Asia World Expo on the island of Lantau, where they were arranged so as to form the characteristic symbol of Hong Kong, the five-petal flower, the Bauhinia Blakeana.
Some of the most notable classic Ferrari’s present were the 195 Inter, the 365 GTC and the Dino, along with the very best examples of the modern models, such as the 458 Challenge, 599 XX and FXX Evoluzione.
Ferrari also introduced the recently revealed 458 Speciale in Hong Kong, which was unveiled by Marc Gene, Scuderia Ferrari’s test driver.
There are around 1700 Ferrari owners in Hong Kong.