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Discussion in 'European Cars' started by dolinc, Jan 21, 2011.
haha all those hitty ferraris get smoked by cheaper porsches.
um it was funny u should get a sense of humor!!!
That's pretty damn awesome. I'm glad the breadvan look is back.
I'm just saying, I called it. It was in a RLQ thread
It's just übercool ...
You are Ferrari's Raging Balls
and the only one here who has been sitting in the FF IRL
Still looks like a M Coupe to me, but longer. Just as awkward though.
Anyone who can watch the FF video ( ) and still claim it's a bad looking car will do so because it's a Ferrari and ONLY because it's a Ferrari. Which is very popular and obvisously OK whereas those who cannot see the idea of a bathtub with 3 stroller wheels and a Morgan badge are morons ... Verdict: Haters are cool. Fanboys are loosers. If I were as clever as most of the teens posting in this forum I'd even understand why....
the FF isnt terribly good looking, while the morgan is timelessly awesome.
The first practical Ferrari? Isn't that a contradiction in terms?
Looks cool but very far from good looking
What, you expect a #$%#ing medal?
it is slowly growing on me
in white it's like a totally different car.
New Ferrari's are so dull, nowhere near as special as they used to be. Pagani is the new Ferrari, they have the balls to be different, uncompromising.
Maybe because we expect FErrari to design something that doesnt look like an Invicta S1?
You know you want to.
"the balls to be different": How about a 660 HP estate? THAT's different.
A V12 midengine supercar -awesome as it is - but the concept is older than the sun. By no means different.
"Dull" New Ferrari? Don't know what new is to you but the newst models 599 GTO and 458 Italia are pretty new. I wouldn't exactly call any of them dull. Why do you find them dull?
A: You havn't seen an FF IRL
B: How can a design that is so obviously pre WW2 be timeless?