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Discussion in 'FF/GTC4Lusso/F12/812S' started by ajr550, Sep 4, 2018.
The glorious sound to be heard without a top....drool !
great idea only Ferrari could make a $2 million car and have the windshield optional
I wouldn't mind getting one of the helmets ...
This picture would seem to indicate they have built different Monza cars in silver, black, red and now a fourth Monza SP1 version in the deep red to...
I might consider ordering a GTC4 Lusso if these gloves would be included or an available option with the unavailable heated steering wheel
Totally agree, like the one in the 1957 testa rossa, also if it follows the line infront of the cockpit would look gorgeous
To each their own... Car doesn't flow, looks like they just slapped a cover over the passenger side. I love the idea but it needs work,
The hell you say!?!
What-the-F-ever. Please post your more masterful interpretation.
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First off I find it amazing they can develop these in such secrecy and then bang release them. Second, its pretty cool what they are trying to do, whether it will work is something to be see but considering the massive premiums some of the existing collectibles are fetching I believe these will do well for Ferrari. Can you just imagine the amazing driving experience these have to offer, its like being in an F1 car but with a V12! WTF, incredible!
Damn that black SP2 is gorgeous. I would love to have a 1/12 scale model of it but not likely to be offered. Hope PM gets one. Can they be specced in other colors?
Roadsters always look great in black with red interiors. That one is no different.
I wonder what is under the panel on the SP1 covering the passenger area.
That’s just super super sexy - I so so so badly want 1!!
He has a right to give his honest opinion. Beauty is subjective. Maybe at $3M and 500 copies there's room for improvement? Shoehorn that V12 into the original Monza and the heck with the single pencil and the pajamas!
While I don't think it looks half baked per se, I do think it's nothing of much note. We've seen they cars before (SLR Stirling Moss, AM CC100), and Ferrari isn't exactly breaking any new ground or doing anything terribly unique. They just took an 812 and re-bodied it. To be fair, there really isn't that much you can do with these cars. There is no roof and it's bound by the 812 platform which no doubt is not the ideal platform for this sort of car in the first place.
The panels look like they fit, I'm sure it's good quality, but it's also nothing exceptional IMO. I do think the interior looks really weak though. For $2M, it should be a bespoke wheel and gauges etc. Looks the same as the 812 to me. Center console buttons and stuff look like an after thought too. Surely you could make some very fancy buttons and trim. Looks very dull there.
Just wait till the 812 S Spider comes out (with a folding roof similar to the Portofino).
Great to heat that!
Will there be any track focused 812 to come?
I would be very interested to see what the pricing strategy is, if they really want to sell 500 cars. Given where F50s start, the levels Enzos and LaFs are changing hands these days and the overall state of the collector car market where do you think Ferrari should pitch the price? Assuming of course that anyone would take a F50 or an Enzo over a Monza
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You will get one - no doubt....
Can’t stop looking at this thing. And it’s a Ferrari!
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Go Speed Racer Go!
Both models are pretty damn hot!
I saw the car and the roof mechanism/pillars look more similar to the 488 spider but without the side vents and shorter.