Luca di Montezemolo, boss of the Italian luxury car manufacturer Ferrari, said that they have entered the high-speed train business and want to organize luxury and high-speed train services to Germany in the near future.
Speaking to Munich-based Süddeutsche Zeitung, Montezemolo noted that they purchased 25 luxury high-speed trains from Alstom and paid 650 million euros for them. He announced the total cost of the project as 1 billion euros.
Ferrari's boss emphasized that these trains will first be used between cities such as Milan, Naples, Venice and Turin within Italy, and then they will serve in Germany.
Noting that the trains are designed for all kinds of luxury needs from A to Z, Montezemolo said that they have an unprecedented content from restaurants to cinema and recreation wagons.
The boss of Ferrari, whose speculation that he will enter politics in Italy has increased, avoids giving clear answers to the questions on the subject.