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Ferrari Land Coming to Spain in 2016

Jeff Perez

With the unveiling of Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi back in 2010, it was only a matter of time before Ferrari expanded its newly founded theme park franchise. So, in 2016, Spain is set to receive the automaker’s second theme park — Ferrari Land.

According to Autocar, Ferrari Land will cost around $140 million to build and will be home to the “highest and fastest-accelerating vertical ride of its kind.” This to go along with “a five-star hotel with 250 rooms, restaurants and a driving simulator.”

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Ferrari Land

Plans for the second park have already been rendered (seen here), and it’s slightly more subtle than Ferrari World’s monster facade in the desert. Even the five-star hotel sports the Ferrari look with a full red exterior and an F1-inspired entrance.

You can look forward to the opening of Ferrari Land in 2016.

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