Bring home this classic Italian sports car.
Ferrari, the blacksmith of the Italian automotive world. Putting hammer to nail to craft some of the sharpest and most beautifully designed vehicles that slice through the competition like butter. While the legendary car company may have started from humble origins, the cars that they would design in just a short time, in the grand scheme of things, would prove to be a dominating force at both the track and in any car show that they attended. Today's subject is an example of such an elusive concept. A beautifully created work of art meant to satisfy both the viewer’s eye and the driver's passion for acceleration.
Under the hood of this incredible beast is a 5.5-liter V12 mated to an elegant six-speed transmission. That high-output monster of an engine puts up one hell of a fight with 485 horsepower spinning the back wheels and looking good while doing it. While burning rubber certainly is no issue for this fantastic automobile, there is more to this car than pure speed alone. Yes, indeed, this car is not plastered with the attention-grabbing, and frankly overused, Ferrari Rosso Corsa, however, the silver exterior helps to guide the viewer from one side of the car to another with ease.
The interior is no laughing matter either, with an incredibly simplistic and driver-focused design that gives the impression of a true race car. However, style is a very obvious focus. This is best shown through the spectacular dark leather seats which allow the driver, and one passenger to sit comfortably in one position rather than being tossed around by this powerful beast. The dash is decorated with intricate designed controls and gauges that give the driver all of the information they may require and the gated shift knob provides for a fun driving experience while also allowing you to focus more on the road than if you're putting the car in the correct gear for inexperienced manual drivers. While it may not be as instantly recognizable as some of the other Ferraris out there, which may even be a benefit, this luxurious powerhouse of Italian design is still a great purchase for any Ferrari fanatic willing to treat this car with the respect that it has earned.