I have felt that the next road going Ferrari needs a V10. The V10 has been the dominant engine in F1 since Renault whooped everyones butt with them. Ferrari has also been winning championships thanks to the V10, and especially the German behind the wheel. All of the F1 teams use them, now the V10 has found its way to road cars. The Viper was the first to have a V10. Then they showed up in trucks like the Ford Excursion, and now the Dodge SRT. Porsche has a V10 in it's latest super car, and the newest Lambo has a V10. Ford introduced it's latest version of the Cobra, that will be power by none other than a V10. Ferrari used to be the one that took technology from the track to the road car. They did it with things like the transverse gear box, the F1 style gear shift, five valves per cylinder, etc. But Ferrari is behind the ball on this one. They really need to put a V10 into the next car. The V10 is here in a big way and it is here to stay. Ferrari will be left in the dust if they don't get with the program.