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Discussion in 'California/Portofino/Roma' started by Igor Ound, Nov 13, 2019.
9, if it had a 3.5 litre V12 it would be an 11
Stakeholder are winning, very nice car... But... I miss a bit the Ferrari feeling.
I feel a bit.. CEO has pressure to bring stock exchange results.
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Solid 8 so far.
I bit you wanna be special, so instead of 9 or 8, you vote for 8.75 ! hh
And now, what about 8.9 hh
Faith in Manzoni’s design is back now.
All it needs is a 6.5 litre V12!
I agree Marcel, is a quality classic design very well achieved that reminds me with a certain nostalgia the belle époque of Italian car creation. For the purists the only possible "criticism" is the fact that the heart of this machine is missing some valves and could beat in a more sophisticated manner producing that unique Ferrari V12 sound.
It is finally a NEW Ferrari and I really appreciate it.
Guess I'll buy it!
A V12 will never fit inside - to short distance between front wheel and doors. Well one could of course raise the engine to sit above the front wheels... Not going to do the weight distribution any good - but for a V12 that might not matter?
Good for an Aston, no Ferrari feeling for me
Prefer the original prototype design - Maserati Alfieri.
I gave it a 10. When it's all configured with the special things not shown in the reveal cars it will be a 10. If I configure one then it will be $325k. I sat in a $298k Portofino on Tuesday and while it's very nice, I can't see paying that much for it. I haven't ever really liked the Portofino styling but the interior is very good and the sound is good. This has the interior more like my wife's AMG GT which is IMO, great.
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I do too but for some reason that car isn't being made. I like it that Ferrari is making this car because I already had a Maserati QP GTS and there is too much about it that was cheap. I don't expect anything cheap in this car.
A solid 9.5. The only thing Im not sure about is the body coloured front grill.
stunning 9.5 - but then again i have always loved an Aston Martin.
It's a nice looking car. But it's not Ferrari. 7
Not bad, but it's not a car I'd buy. I vote 6.
Good looking but it reminds me too much of other cars (Aston, Jaguar, Mercedes, and maybe I'm forgetting more) and there are some details I dislike, specially the bland side treatment. A missed oportunity because with some small changes here and there (headlamps, 3/4 window) it could have been a remarkable design. I dislike all those touch screens and gizmos in the interior, but I suppose that there is no way back.
Apart from the looks, well, it's a spiced up Portofino with a welded roof. Not a bad thing but I'd go for a Portofino. Fast enough, costs less, I like the looks and its convertible.
The Emperor has no clothes!
Another month another new model. Giant yawn for me. Fairly attractive but very generic in appearance. Looks more AM than Ferrari.
Generic 2+2 GT feeling.
I wonder why they did not put shields on it. Are someone at Ferrari thinking this is not special enough. One wonders indeed...
Indeed. Debadge it and I would not be able to tell you what it was.
Evidently Manzoni insisted
Ugly, sad dog.
Another fast product on a fast market, for the new fast clients.
Marketeers seem to forget that it takes ages to arrive to greatness, .....and just a couple of years to go down.
I predict a fast decline of intrest in Ferrari if this circus goes on.
Enzo turns in his grave.
An elegant 8 in my book.
I would like a slightly higher rear end to emphasis the ‘wedge’ shape and I would not argue with a more conventional egg crate grill to take away the controversy and assure a higher mark.
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