In 1929, founder Enzo Ferrari formed Scuderia Ferrari preparing Alfa Romeo race cars for amateur drivers. Today, Ferrari produces its own line of highly exclusive, high-performance cars, focusing on mid- and front-engine coupes and convertibles.
It's the second of five Ferraris that will be unveiled in 2019.
Ferrari's latest one-off creation pays homage to 1960s-era racing cars.
The track-only car is based on the 488 GT3 racer.
The recall covers the LaFerrari Aperta and five other models.
Ferrari has a new V8 unveiling at Geneva this year, the F8 Tributo, but the company is already dropping hints about the next, a new V8 hybrid model that's coming soon.
That seems like enough power.
60 percent of Ferrari’s lineup will offer hybrid variants by 2022, also.
Subaru, Tesla, BMW, Volkswagen, Audi, Daimler Vans, Mercedes-Benz and Ferrari models are among those impacted.