Ferrari’s 12 UK dealers have been spreading festive cheer by delivering gifts to children and young adults for Christmas. 

All of Ferrari North Europe’s dealerships in the UK, including in locations such as Leeds, Exeter and Edinburgh, have stepped up to the mark by surprising children, nurses and caregivers at a range of charities. 

Using the brand’s latest supercars, such as the F8 Spider, 812 GTS, Roma and Portofino, Ferrari said it ‘hoped to bring smiles to faces and festive joy’ through the delivery of Lego cars  and colouring sets.

Francesco Balli, regional manager at Ferrari North Europe said: “One of the best things about Ferrari is the excitement it brings to adults and children alike; there is a very special feeling when you see and hear our beautiful cars up close. 

“We hope that by bringing a Ferrari experience to the children we can help create a moment of joy, providing respite from what has been an incredibly difficult period. The toys and trees are a gift from us to show our appreciation for these young people and all of those who care for them, and we hope our visit will be a day to remember.”

Each Ferrari dealer visited and delivered gifts to a charity close to home. JCT600 Brooklands in Leeds, for example, went to Martin House Children’s Hospice, while Graypaul Edinburgh took their presents to the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity. Christmas trees with accompanying decorations had also been supplied by Ferrari beforehand.