After Disneyland and Universal Studios, Ferrari Theme Park will come to China.

Updated 2016-03-24 16:43:04 China.com

After Disneyland and Universal Studios, Ferrari Theme Park will come to China.

As far as know, Ferrari headquarters said in a statement that Ferrari theme park will be settled in the first - tier cities in China in the future. But the aspect of Ferrari and BAIC do not give a specific location plan and other details of time and cost budgeting.

Theme Park is one of the channels for Ferrari to earn extra income by using its luxury brand. In 2010, Ferrari World, the first theme park of Ferrari was build on island near Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, also the world's largest indoor theme park. The whole " Ferrari world " invested billion ( about 259.648 billion yuan ), located in yas Island Development Zone of the United Arab Emirates under a large triangular red roof, which is near Formula One circuit in Abu Dhabi. It received the World Travel Awards in 2015 as the best tourist attractions in the Middle East.

According to public information, Ferrari world, covering an area of 200,000 square meters, has 20 types of designed tours and attractions, including the world's fastest roller coaster, Formula Rossa with top speed of 240 kph. At the same time, there is the world's largest Ferrari's Exhibition Hall in addition to maranello, where visitors can watch plenty of classic and contemporary Ferrari racing series. What's more, tourists can visit the Ferrari car park before the game to experience the tools of racing and training used in the process. They can also receive training, changing the tires of real F1 cars.

Four years after the first Ferrari theme park in operation, the company announced that the second " Ferrari Land " began to build in Barcelona, Spain in 2014. This theme park seems to spend a total of 100 million euros ( about 727 million yuan ), covering an area of 75,000 square meters, which is about 1/3 areas of the park in Abu Dhabi. It maybe open to public in 2016.

For the third Ferrari theme park in China, Ferrari fans have widespread speculation although the aspect of Ferrari and BAIC do not give a specific location plan.

Currently, Ferrari takes geographic location of Shanghai in China seriously, where Headquarter of China is in Shanghai and Ferrari cultural center will be under construction there. The Ferrari theme park in Abu Dhabi near Formula One circuit seems to make it easier for visitors to feel the atmosphere of F1 Games. So does Shanghai, of which Location is in line with Ferrari theme park elements. However, some industry experts said that BAIC should be more focused on Beijing in terms of the location in this project as a Chinese partner of the third Ferrari theme park and key enterprise supported by Beijing Municipal Government

Ferrari is famous manufacturer of luxury sports car in the world, also engine provider of Formula One. Ferrari sales in China account for about 5% of total, which fell down by 22% in 2015.

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