Ferrari prances away with 4 wins at Red Dot Design Award


Ferrari takes home four prestigious prizes from the highly acclaimed Red Dot Design Award, with the Ferrari Daytona SP3 receiving the Red Dot: Best of the Best. The Daytona SP3 now sits alongside the FXX-K, the 488 GTB, the J50, the Portofino, the Monza SP1, and the SF90 Stradale — all of which were recipients of the coveted Red Dot: Best of the Best.


  • How many Red Dot Awards did Ferrari win in 2022?

    This year, Ferrari won four Red Dot Awards.
  • How many Red Dot Awards does Ferrari have so far?

    To date, Ferrari has a total of 23 Red Dot Awards.
  • “The design of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, which has joined the ‘Icona’ segment of the Ferrari range, is based on a harmonious juxtaposition of contrasts: sculptural, sensual surfaces alternating with strong lines hark back to the dominant role of aerodynamics in the racing car design of the ’60s and ’70s— cars such as the 330 P4, 350 Can-Am and 512 S. The world of Sports Prototypes also inspired the bold decision to equip the car with a ‘targa’ type body with a removable hardtop. The car thus provides the driver with unique thrills combined with great usability,” Ferrari said in a recent press release.


    Other models from the Prancing Horse’s stable received their respective honors, including the 812 Competizione, 812 Competizione A, and 296 GTB.

    These international accolades once again underline the work of the Ferrari Styling Centre, headed by Flavio Manzoni, devising cutting-edge solutions that render the Maranello-based manufacturer’s cars unique without compromising the symbiosis between aesthetics and functionality — a fundamental element of Ferrari's DNA.

    To date, Ferrari is the only car manufacturer to have accumulated a total of 23 Red Dot Awards. In the last eight editions, the jury has awarded Ferrari the most prestigious award, the Red Dot: Best of the Best, no fewer than seven times.

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