The company’s key manufacturing unit is located in Maranello, Italy. Initially, this factory was the hub only for Ferrari’s racing team, Scuderia Ferrari. In 1944 during World War II, the facility was damaged in a bombing. However, it was rebuilt in 1946. Apart from the corporate office, this facility also houses Ferrari’s design, development, and production activities. This manufacturing facility measures nearly 630,000 square meters.
Some of the primary functions of Ferrari’s car manufacturing process that take place at its Maranello factory are:
- aluminum alloy casting
- engine construction
- mechanical machining
- car assembly
- bench testing
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