I think any car lover knows that this luxury red supercar has a V8 engine, goes from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) just in under 3.4 seconds, while its top speed is at 325 km/h (202 mph).
Its aerodynamic design was created by Pininfarina and it’s projected to reduce drag and increase downforce. This Ferrari’s interior design comes with the input from Michael Schumacher, the former Ferrari driver, including a new steering wheel inspired to Formula 1.
This Rosso Corsa colour (Racing Red, in English) has been Ferrari’s signature colour for many decades, and I find it fierce and bold.
I had the pleasure to drive this luxury dream around town and this two-seat mid-rear engine exotic sport coupe’ made me feel powerful and on top of my game. But I have to admit that the numerous controls for all those electronics could give an information overload and distract a bit from the most important part: the speed.