There's no denying that Ferraris are sexy, fun and exclusive. Perhaps that's why they are such big business.
The company makes its Wall Street debut on Wednesday, with an initial public offering on the NYSE. Its ticker? RACE, what else?
Ferrari is seeking to float about 10 percent of the company — 17.2 million shares at $48 to $52 — which could bring the company's valuation close to $10 billion. The company shipped 7,255 vehicles in 2014, netting more than $3.1 billion in revenue for the year.
Here are 10 iconic Ferraris ahead of the company's IPO.
— By CNBC's Sarah Whitten
First published 20 Oct. 2015