Sports car manufacturer Ferrari is again the only one allowed to use the Testarossa brand name. The European Court of Justice has ruled that.
In 2017, a German court ruled that Ferrari had not used the iconic name for too long and was therefore no longer protected.
The European Court has now ruled that a trademark remains valid as long as the owner still provides services or resells second-hand goods under that name.
Ferrari convinced the court that it is still carrying out maintenance and repairs for the Testarossa.
The Testarossa, Italian for a red head, was produced by Ferrari in the 1980s and 1990s. The sports cars have eye-catching doors reminiscent of egg-slicers, and they have folding headlights.
The car also played a prominent role in the US police show Miami Vice, which was shot in the 1980s.