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Nayf

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Or the Maserati GranTurismo replacement that should have been...
Have to say I like it and I've not really been into Ferrari design language for a while. Not a fan of the McLaren-style light clusters, but the rest of it is rather lovely...
 

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Andyk

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Saw that just now on FB. First Ferrari for many years that has got my attention. The back has a touch of DBS about it. That's one good looking car though. They are saying its a Vantage competitor in the piece I read.
 

Andyk

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It's a very good looking car...I am with you on this one and as a fan of the 612 I can see that car in the design also. It looks a clean design compared to the others in the range.
 

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Apparently it has a portofino chassis and engine and is being called a 2+ rather than a 2+2, so the rear seats may be a squeeze.
It’s very pretty though, I like it .
 

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I like it. Uncluttered, quite retro imho which is no bad thing, the front, not taking in the lights, could even hark back to the 70s.
 

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What on Earth is that? It’s a big step away from the normal Ferrari styling. The Ferrari Ghibli equivalent. A friend mentioned a ‘911’ killer that Ferrari were releasing with a price of circa 120k. I wonder if this is it. He is apparently 1 of 20 going to see it unveiled (his words) and promised to send photos. It’s a sad state of affairs when Even Ferrari are doing budget (for them) cars. Do they really need to when they can get clients to drop 220+ on a portofino (and losing 60k in the process) just for the honour of buying a pista etc
 

Andyk

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Yep it is a big step away from current Ferrari styling and for me that us a good thing. Ferrari's are over styled for me and this isn't so a good thing. The prettiest Ferrari since the 355 for me ...maybe.....Cant help thinking though that this may....just may have been meant for Maserati. A very pretty car that could see people buying Ferrari that may have walked away to other Marques as prices seemed to have gonrpe through the roof for new cars. It's still a 130/150k car so out of reach for most mortals.
 

allandwf

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What on Earth is that? It’s a big step away from the normal Ferrari styling. The Ferrari Ghibli equivalent. A friend mentioned a ‘911’ killer that Ferrari were releasing with a price of circa 120k. I wonder if this is it. He is apparently 1 of 20 going to see it unveiled (his words) and promised to send photos. It’s a sad state of affairs when Even Ferrari are doing budget (for them) cars. Do they really need to when they can get clients to drop 220+ on a portofino (and losing 60k in the process) just for the honour of buying a pista etc
The Dino, in both guises, didn't seem to do them any harm.
 

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Agree, best looking Ferrari for a generation. At £120kish, and if they build enough of them, perhaps finally a Ferrari that people might actually buy to drive..........
 

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I can't see Ferrari selling a Portofino at nearly £200k and then this at £120k.. Id be surprised if this even starts at less than £150k
 

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Sleek and retro!...........I also see a bit of F-Type in it which is not a bad thing as I think the F-Type is one of the best looking contemporary cars at the mo!