Hate, no. I just feel modern cars have no soul. I feel more like I am piloting a ship than driving a car, I don't feel the feedback of the road the same way. It also doesn't help that the cars have gotten progressively bigger and heavier over the years. There used to be a great photo on this site with the V-8's lined up next to each other. Unbelievable how they have grown. I have had the great privilege of being a long term owner of three Ferraris, a Daytona, a 328 GTS, and a 550 Maranello. While I thought the 550 was beautiful I never really felt connected to the road, all of the walls felt too thick, like I was in a capsule. The 328 drove like a large go kart, even the Daytona which was considered large for its day had great feedback. I don't like all of the options offered on the newer cars. Cup holders, GPS, fancy stereos, the shields, carbon fiber. (Does the carbon fiber actually lighten anything or is it just cosmetic?) If the carbon actually lowers some weight than I am good with it, but my impression is it is all just cosmetic. These options and prices they charge for them have no place in a sports car. I wish they would just charge more for the cars if they had to and not offer them. If you really need a cup holder buy one and hang it off something. I like my luxury cars luxurious and my sports cars sporty. I don't like it when Rolls-Royce tries to compete on performance and speed. (In the late 80's I went to look at luxury sedans with my Aunt and Uncle, two Beverly Hills lawyers, and the first thing they did was start counting cup holders. I was disgusted.) I don't like that the F1 system offers a full auto mode. While most people say they like the F1 system because it is faster and is the latest tech I think most of these same people would have bought automatics if the choice were only Auto or Manual. JMHO I think a lot of the new Ferraris look great. Not the FF family and whatever it is called now. I think the higher horsepower is fantastic but they should offer the manual. I don't even like that they come with a 7 year warranty. Why shouldn't they suffer like owners of the past? So I don't hate the new Ferraris but at the end of the day, price for price, there is always another older one I would rather own. If you handed me any new one I would sell it and put the money towards an older one. The vintage cars are so much cooler, they were cooler when they were new. If you drove one new back in the day you gave up some creature comforts. Today anyone who can turn a key can comfortably drive a new one. In the past they weren't for everyone, today if Mom has the money she can drive one too, and not spill her Starbucks. These people should be relegated to Mercedes SL's. A Ferrari should never be practical, should never be forgiving. You want a woman with practical flats or high heels? Ferrari should keep the tech in the engine and suspension where it belongs but strip it out everywhere else. Cut the amenities and cut the weight. My 2 cents.