The Penske-Wynn Ferrari Maserati showroom is Nevada’s only factory-authorized Ferrari and Maserati dealership. This showroom pays tribute to two of the world’s top car producers by displaying over a dozen of the most remarkable Ferraris and Maserati vehicles ever created in history. Visitors cannot help but stand in awe to gape at these cars, which are valued at $700,000 and up.
The 10,000 square foot showroom is conveniently located at the exquisite Wynn Las Vegas complex, adjacent to the main lobby, at the intersection of Spring Mountain Road and Las Vegas Strip. This state of the art facility is divided into two main sections – one for pre-owned cars, and the other that offers brand new Ferraris and Maseratis. There is also a full service facility, which deals with technical and other automotive issues.
Thousands of people visit the Penske-Wynn Ferrari Maserati showroom each and every day, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Las Vegas. This is not only a destination for big boys looking for smart toys – every visitor will appreciate the craftsmanship and expertise used to create these vehicles. The showrooms allows visitors to see some of the rarest models up close, providing them with extra information printed on placards that are placed in front of every car. Among the vehicles available for visitors to see are the 2005 Maserati Coupe GT and 2003 Ferrari 360 Spider F1.
This showroom was in fact set up by Steve Wynn (of Wynn Hotel and Casino Complex fame) himself, as a tribute to the masterpieces created by the House of Ferrari. Visitors are also able to view the Enzo Ferrari owned by Steve Wynn, valued at nearly $1.5-million although, naturally, this is one vehicle that is not for sale in the showroom!
The Ferrari and Maserati showroom is more than just a place for people to view their dream cars up close. Anybody who wishes to purchase one of these cars off the floor is able to discuss prices and payment terms with the very knowledgeable staff employed by the showroom. In addition, Ferrari owners can also order and purchase spare parts through the Parts Department.
For those whose bankrolls aren’t likely to manage the purchase of a million dollar car, there is still the option of buying something slightly less expensive at the adjacent Ferrari store. This is the first of its kind in the entire North American region and offers visitors the opportunity to find practically anything that tickles their fancy with the famous Ferrari or Maserati logo emblazoned on it. The 3,500-square foot store is home to hundreds of gift ideas, including mugs, toys, books, bags and key rings.
The Ferrari and Maserati showroom is open every day of the week from 10 am until 10 pm, although it closes at 6 pm. on a Sunday. While reservations are not necessary, visitors should still bear in mind that some hours are busier than others due to the popularity of the location. There is a $10 entrance fee into the showroom.