Obviously nobody buys Ferrari’s anticipating a cheap overall experience and clearly the joys of ownership etc are (or should be) the main driver. However a lot of folks, me included, have purchased quite a few mainstream cars hoping to 1. Enjoy the driving experience of the specials (eg tweaked power end slightly lighter weight); and 2. Lower the cost of the overall ownership experience by offsetting mainstream depreciation (and sometimes illiquidity) through owning the odd appreciating vehicle. Regarding 488 Pista Spider outlook, the contrast with 458SA is not encouraging. It is clearly a “superior” car in many ways but it is not numbered, subsequent models already launched are very fast, its not last of the N/A etc, Ferrari launching a “better” model every quarter. Climate issues are getting higher profile, urban driving legislated. Nor is 488 arguably an overly “loved” model. I think 488 depreciation may overtake 458 at some point, other than the SA of course. Keen to get guidance from you all please as to whether you think Pista Spider is a reasonably safe place for one’s savings, ignoring all the other pleasures involved. I had a 458 SA for 3 years and have a Spider inbound. I have owned > 15 Ferrari’s. Based in UK. Thanks so much.