The Ferrari brand with the most coveted sports cars in the world, is also synonymous with entertainment and fun. It’s first theme park was installed in Abu Dhabi in 2010, a partnership of the Italian industry with Farah Experiences LLC, which manages unique parks in the United Arab Emirates.
The power and fame of the Ferrari brand, known for its fast cars and impressive design, has also become the world’s powerful theme parks. The news that there would be a possible expansion of the Ferrari World in North America put Orlando, the world capital of entertainment, such as the favorite city.
“The rumors about building a Ferrari park in Orlando are circulating since 2010. The news gained momentum during the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2014 (event that takes place in Orlando, every November, and exposes the big news for theme parks)”, explains Ricardo Molina, CEO of Orlando Vacation Rentals Vip.
Besides the Ferrari World Abu Dhabi (operating) there are two Ferrari parks to be opened around the world, all built in partnerships with third parties: Ferrari Land – PortAventura World Parks & Resort in Barcelona, Spain (opening forecast for early 2017); and a close in China, the capital Beijing or Shanghai city (with no provision for opening).
The facility in Orlando, Central Florida would be the fourth Ferrari World, and also in partnership with major investors. Despite the market in the region is very experienced and complete in a matter of theme parks, analysts consider that Ferrari proposal will add something different, grander and more sophisticated attractions.
Hotel Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
The Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the largest indoor theme park in the world, with twenty attractions available – 17 in the covered pavilion and three in the outside area. It is one of the most spectacular roller coasters on the planet – the Formula Rossa.
With initial rate of acceleration of 100 km / h in the first two seconds, the atraction reaches the maximum of 239 km / h and give the feeling to the riders are driving a formula car 1. The roller coaster rail 2.2 km length was inspired by the legendary Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy.
Besides the famous rollercoaster, postcard park, the complex includes the G-Force, plummeting elevator with 62 meters high; the Fiorano GT Challenge, another double roller coaster that simulates a dispute between two carts; and lighter toys like the Speed of Magic and Viaggio in Italy, both in 4D cinema with simulator.
All attractions are linked to the world Ferrari and motorsport racing. There is no shortage in the park are Ferrari cars, all models, scattered to the four corners. The complex also has restaurants with Italian chefs, and souvenir shops and Ferrari products.