Ferrari is not exactly known for its tolerant and great customer service. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Nothing paints a car company badly like Jay Leno not buying one of its cars because of an unfavorable purchase. In fact, Ferrari seems to be the only company to have had the honour. Furthermore, Ferrari recently banned Justin Bieber from buying its cars for a notably trivial reason. Let’s see what other famous people the Old Galloping Horse has banned from sales!
Tyga has a history that Ferrari doesn’t like
According to Hotcars, rapper Tyga has a bit of a checkered history with cars. Not just Ferrari either. He is allegedly no stranger to renting a car and then failing to make payments, resulting in the cars being taken back.
One of those cars is the Ferrari 458. In terms of things Ferrari doesn’t like, not paying for a car seems like one of the fair reasons to stop anyone from buying cars. This one seems relatively well deserved.
Welcome to the Ferrari Blacklist, Tyga!
David Lee is a Ferrari dream come true. distance…
David Lee is a millionaire thanks to his involvement in the watch and jewelry business. His dream is to be on the shortlist of VIPs for Ferrari customers whom the company offers the opportunity to purchase its limited edition supercars.
If you weren’t aware, there are a lot of ridiculous red tape associated with including it on this list, including owning a collection of every rare and expensive Ferrari. me as well. Despite this and his relationship with a Ferrari dealership in Southern California, displaying his collection at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and even a visit to the Ferrari factory in Italy, he was neither shortlisted nor offered the opportunity to buy LaFerrari.
But there is a happy ending to the story. Lee managed to get a LaFerrari when a Shark Tank judge retracted his purchase.
Deadmau5 and his Purrari
When it comes to little Ferrari’s behavior in terms of people modifying their cars, Deadmau5 is probably the first story that comes to mind.
An EDM artist modified his Ferrari 458 as a tribute to the iconic early 2000s internet meme, Nyan Cat. Deadmau5 has wrapped the car in a giant Nyan Cat livery. Although Ferrari wasn’t a fan of it in the first place, Deadmau5 actually crossed the company’s line when it had custom badges and a floating coordinator. In place of Ferrari’s iconic passenger horse, the 458 instead had cat badges going off. Ferrari blacklisted him for this incident. In addition, they sent him a cease and desist parodies.
After Ferrari returned to its normal appearance, Deadmau5 made the same modifications to his Lamborghini Purracan. Nice.
Bill Sino doesn’t care what Ferrari thinks of him
Bill Seno is a web designer with a passion for supercars. He even owns a collection of some of the rarest Ferraris out there. Among them are the Ferrari F50 and the Ferrari Enzo.
However, Ceno bought all of his used Ferraris. Therefore, when he applied for the LaFerrari Aperta, he was denied the opportunity.
If that doesn’t sink the final nail in his coffin with Ferrari, Sino has stated that he will continue to buy Ferraris but prefers to buy them used to avoid all unnecessary policies with Ferrari dealers.
Chris Harris wrote an article he didn’t like about Ferrari
Chris Harris seems to be the exact person you think Ferrari would love to have on their VIP list. He is an exceptional automotive journalist and is currently the host of the successful BBC series Top Gear.
However, Harris once wrote an article accusing Ferrari of making its test cars more refined than its customers’ cars to get better critical acclaim. Of course, Ferrari blacklisted him because his comments offended the brand’s executives.
As a result, Harris is unlikely to receive a call regarding the opportunity to purchase a limited edition Ferrari anytime soon.
So, in the end, if you are a millionaire who owns a Ferrari collection and want to build your VIP list, there are a few steps you can take. Just say good things about Ferrari, for example. Most importantly, don’t customize, show off, or do anything fun with your expensive car that you bought and own.
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