The voice-over claims that the prancing horse has appeared on “all the cars the company produces”. Not so, as Enzo forbade that it appeared on the then radical mid-engined concept at the 1965 Paris Motor Show, and instead demanded that it wear the Dino badge alone. All the early Dinos left the factory without the Ferrari badge, although the then UK importers, Maranello Concessionaires in Egham, gave UK customers the option to have one fitted.
Dino was another brand Enzo had created to honour his son.
The cars were cheaper in an attempt to “offer” ferrari-designed cars to a new customer base that couldn’t afford a Ferrari… Stricly speaking they were not Ferrari.
I once read a story that Baracca’s own prancing horse was inspired by the coat of arms of the city of Stuttgart. He put it on his plane in defiance of the German airmen he aimed to take down, like a trophy of sorts.
In other words, both horses on the logos of Ferrari and Porsche (whose logo is based on the coat of arms of Stuttgart) have the same source!