The silvery mythical equine at right belongs to the German performance tuning firm ELIA. Ferrari thinks it's too similar to their stallion shield, and as such have strong-armed the tiny concern to force the removal of the image from all sales literature, although ELIA is still free to use its badge depicting the unicorn on all four legs. A spokesman from the boutique company said, "As a very small enterprise we are honoured that such a well renowned firm as Ferrari sees us as a rival." Let's imagine the scene together, shall we? "I was merely trying to buy a 612 Scaglietti, but somehow I ended up with this race-tuned 350Z. If it weren't for that damn confusing unicorn…"
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