Drive technological innovation while pursuing excellence in design and craftsmanship to fuel the passion of our customers and enthusiasts.
In 2022, Expensed R&D and Capex reached more than €1.34 billion.
“Pole Position” program: in 2022, our employees made around 6,800 suggestions with a focus on carbon neutrality and process efficiency.
By working in close contact with key suppliers, we foster innovative solutions and share different expertise in many fields.
Proactively fostering best practice governance
Maintain Ferrari’s corporate governance and risk management systems aligned with best practices to ensure an ethical business conduct while providing superior and sustainable returns to our shareholders
At the start of 2023, we joined the UN Global Compact
We continue growing our business activities while maintaining our CO₂ emissions almost stable
In 2022, Ferrari conducted a thorough Climate Scenario Analysis
Scope 1 & 2
-90% in absolute terms by 2030 vs. 2021
Scope 3 upstream
-30% per car by 2030 vs. 2021
Scope 3 downstream
-50% per car by 2030 vs. 2021
2022 FERRARI GROUP CARBON FOOTPRINT: 826 ktCO2e
The emissions reported for 2022 were certified by a third-party in compliance with ISO 14064-1. This standard allows for judgment calls resulting in a range of possible outcomes. Therefore, no comparison of the disclosed data is possible with other studies unless methodology and data assumptions are exactly the same.
Creating and Sharing Value with the Community
Encourage strategic partnerships and the creation of positive externalities for all stakeholders.