Four years ago, Ferrari opened a theme park in Abu Dhabi. It was a huge hit. Now the world’s most powerful car brand, according to Brand Finance, will attach their name to yet another theme park, this time in Spain.

Ferrari Land will be built inside the PortAventura Resort outside Barcelona, Spain, with plans to rollout the red carpet in 2016. This second theme park will reportedly cost $140 million, but the bill will be fronted by Investindustrial, which has licensed the iconic Prancing Horse. Aside from the usual theme park attraction, Ferrari Land includes a five-star hotel with 250 rooms, Ferrari-themed restaurants, a vertical accelerator, and a driving simulator.

Take a look at the wild styling of the hotel. Who wouldn’t like to share a meal underneath a giant F1 front-winning? Sounds like Fernando Alonso’s new vacation spot. The PortAventura Resort already entertains four million visitors per year, but project planners expect this number to grow substantially.

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