UPDATE 2-Ferrari founder's son wants more innovation


(Rewrites throughout, adds private equity reference, details) By Gilles Castonguay MARANELLO, Italy, June 21 (Reuters) - Italy's Ferrari must be more innovative with the models it brings to market to avoid becoming repetitive, the son of the founder of the luxury sports car maker said on Thursday. "It's important that Ferrari doesn't keep replicating itself," Piero Ferrari told Reuters at an event marking the 60th anniversary of the maker of the F430 and other models based on the ...

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