The new Ferrari will depreciate massively if it's "unlimited" production and $800K+. The market for such cars is very, very small and the majority of cars in that range have been highly limited. There's little evidence of strong residuals at those levels. Look no further than Bugattis -- rare, takes a while to get, but are never sold out. They depreciate massively because there is a price at which people demand custom specs or huge discounts. People end up waiting for their own car rather than buying used.
Likewise, the F8 segment is going to see worse residuals too. There are tons of V8 mid-engine buyers for whom money is no object. They only get the $350K V8 because it was the only game in town for a mid-engine non-LE Ferrari. The guy with the LF still buys the new V8. However, why would he buy the new V8 and this new flagship?
The answer is likely that he won't. He gets the flagship and forgets the "low-end" model.
Last edited by noone2; 05-25-2019 at 04:28 PM.