FERRARI is a luxury sports car company founded in 1939, and is synonymous with glamour and extravagance.
But who owns the iconic company, and do they have any other car brands in their portfolio?
Who owns Ferrari?
Ferrari is arguably the biggest name in luxury car making.
As well as creating a number of classic road cars that are the envy of petrolheads everywhere, the company has also been extremely successful in Formula One.
Its team boasts the honour of being the only one to have completed every single season since the start of the world championship.
Some of the sport's most iconic drivers like Michael Schumacher and Niki Lauda raced for "the Prancing Horse", and they are the most decorated team in the history of F1.
The team's current drivers are Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz.
The company is owned by Exor, of which Ferrari S.p.A. is a subsidiary.
The Dutch holding company is controlled by the Agnelli family, a famous Italian business dynasty.
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Which other car makes does Exor own? (H3s for each)
In addition to owning a 63.8% share in Serie A giants Juventus, Exor have other companies in the automotive sector.
And their investments aren't confined to the luxury market either.
Stellantis N.S. formed in 2021, and was the world's fifth biggest automaker behind Toyota, Volkswagen, Hyundai, and GM, in terms of 2021 sales globally.
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The firm designs, develops, builds and sells cars for its 16 brands:
- Alfa Romeo
- Fiat Professional
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