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Wow wouldn't it be great to have both a windshield AND rear visibility all in one package??!! :)
(Oh yeah, you do, w/Tdf/812SF)
True but that clean, crisp, original Monza styling is so delicious - much nicer looking than 812CA. Best to have both. :)
"Sorry" but 812SF still nicer looking than 812C
For that you tick the "HEHV" (High Emotion/High Visibility) plexiglass aero-pano hatch option at cost of $35k :)
When building cars, such details not overlooked. When building "product," why get bogged down w/such details.
Seeing out back = "minor detail"?!?!?!
Next will be a new "aero-pano" roof option for a mere $20k :) :) :)
Politics of envy
Not possible to answer such question w/o driving it. Before driving Tdf, I didn't know. After driving, yes all day long!
Appliances are indeed disposable. And batteries have expiration dates, whereas internal combustion engines don't.
Glad such a large/exciting back catalog of cars from which to select, as there's nothing exciting about hybrid/EV.
If left/right steering actuators function independently, how could the fronts be mechanically tied together via traditional rack?
Exactly. And the 365 GTB/4 inspired the 812SF, which is why it's too bad they didn't continue that path w/812C/812CA and create modern...
I've had this same conversation w/5 different car friends in just the last month. We're all doing this.
Enzo himself said it was all about the engine. So, Ferrari w/o an engine? :(
I watched the David Lee and Jay Leno vids on SF90 and fell...
Then again, when in history have Ferraris been built w/o internal combustion engines?
Sort of an important "minor detail" isn't it
That's just downright scary.
Not surprising that torque is down, as this engine is designed to rev higher. To quote an old phrase:
"Horsepower sells cars, but torque wins...
More weight than Tdf, less torque than Tdf. Not exactly scintillating.