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At a press conference this morning in Italy, Ferrari announced it’s abandoning the rich in order to get rich off the middle class. Not only is it funny because there’s no more middle class, but it’s also not happening.

“We’re tired of making millions of millionaires, it’s time to start making money off the little guy,” Ferrari Director of External Publicity said in a press conference on April 1. “We want the everyone to enjoy Ferrari products and so, starting today, we’ll be offering our top notch cars for rock bottom prices. Why shouldn’t you have a LaFerrari for the price of a Ford Escort?”

At the press conference it was also revealed that Ferrari is sponsoring World Drive-it-like-you-stole-it Day, also held on Apr. 1.

The announcement by Ferrari about World Drive-it-like-you-stole-it Day has police departments around the area eager for car chases.

“World Drive-it-like-you-stole-it Day offers police departments around the nation an opportunity to test our skills out in practical scenarios involving everyday people,” Said Officer Wumpums from the 88th precinct. “Its also a great way to build community relationships.”

In celebration of Drive it like you stole it Day, many people across the US are posting their shenanigans on twitter.

“I just drove my #MiddleClass Ferrari like I stole it right…past the local PD! Now, let’s race,” said @NonExistent_Person on Twitter.

@NonExistant_Person went to have a great 55 hour chase with the local Not-A-Popo out of SomeCity, USA. At the end of the chase, everyone hugged and went home happy. No arrests were made.

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At the same conference where Ferrari announced their new target demographics and the creation of World Drive-it-like-you-stole-it Day, Ferrari announced its burying the hatchet with Lamborghini and, having become BFF’s very quickly, announced a limited edition LaFerrari in Lamborghini green…

Note: If you’ve reached this far… Happy April Fools from The Auto Reporter!

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Deanna Isaacs the owner, editor-in-chief and lead journalist at The Auto Reporter. She graduated from the University of Washington's Communication department in 2014 with a BA in Journalism. She enjoys sports cars, working on her classic two-seaters and long drives where she can annoy the husband. You can reach Deanna Isaacs using the Contact Us form: https://www.theautoreporter.com/contact/.

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