Forza Rossa has sold all the Ferrari units it had earmarked for Romania this year and in order to cover the 2011 demand for some models it has ended up selling from the cars initially scheduled to be delivered in 2012, Mediafax informs. According to Camelia Bazac, the company’s delegated administrator, Forza Rossa sold 26 units this year, a level above the 25 unit threshold it had set. The Italian constructor approved the hike. “The number of units sold has grown considerably and we’ve had good returns when it comes to technical assistance, returns that will leave a positive mark on the turnover. The Maranello plant’s dynamism, a plant that will produce a new model each year, will help us hike our sales, the units earmarked for Romania and automatically our turnover,” Camelia Bazac stated. The most expensive model sold this year was a limited-series 599 GTO worth EUR 320,000. At the opposite end was a California model bought for EUR 150,000.