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Should Ferraris only carry 2? Poll

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by G-force, Mar 25, 2004.

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Should Ferrari be 2 place vehicles?

  1. YES

  2. NO

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  1. G-force

    G-force F1 Rookie

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    am I the only one that thinks so?
     
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  3. zjpj

    zjpj F1 Veteran

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    I'm not sure I understand the question. Do you mean, should there be no back seat?
     
  4. 96impalaSS

    96impalaSS F1 Rookie

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    Even 2 is 1 to many.
     
  5. enjoythemusic

    enjoythemusic F1 World Champ

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    Yes, and she (passenger) should be between 21 and 25, stunning, great legs etc, and have a zest for life with that magical glow in her eyes.

    Of course i would never mind being the passenger if SHE owns the Ferrari and drives it. Equality and all.

    Enjoy the Walk,

    Steven R. Rochlin
     
  6. Willis360

    Willis360 F1 Rookie

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    There's a segment of buyers who want/need a 2+2 Ferrari. Been that way for decades. Doubt Ferrari would give that up. Lambo used to build 2+2's, GT's, and offroaders before they went exotic-only.
     
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  8. shelbee

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    I think they should build both 2+2 and 2 seaters. Nice to have both for different occasions
     
  9. Tifoso1

    Tifoso1 F1 Rookie

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    Yes. Especailly now that Fiat has the Ferrari-ran Maserati,SpA to take the fight straight to the other luxury marks of today (ie. MB, BMW and Audi etc.), they should just use Ferrari as a pure, high-performance sportscar brand. Just like what I think VW is doing, Lamborghini for the high end exotics, Audi for the sports-luxury, Bentley for the ultra-luxury and VW stays true to the masses. (Except for the Phaeton and the W8 Passat, I have no idea and have no answer to what the heck happened.)
     
  10. ernie

    ernie Two Time F1 World Champ
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    I think the majority of Ferrari's should be two seaters, but they do need a 2+2.
     
  11. SkizoACE

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    Percisely.
     
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  13. parkerfe

    parkerfe F1 World Champ

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    I believe Ferrari should bring out a three seater like the McLaren F1 and the one-off Ferrari 365 three seater of the late 60s. It has to be a blast to drive from the middle of the car.
     
  14. ChuckEBaby

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    If this were the case, Steve would have to revise his statement:

    Yes, and they, (passenger's) should "Both" be between 21 and 25, stunning, great legs etc, and have a zest for life with that magical glow in their eyes.
     
  15. enjoythemusic

    enjoythemusic F1 World Champ

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    LOL Chuck! :)

    Life is filled with so many wonderful choices. But think about this for a brief moment, the Mc F1 has a "back seat"...

    Hmmmm...
     
  16. 96impalaSS

    96impalaSS F1 Rookie

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    It's interresting to see just how close this poll is.
     
  17. AJS328

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    Save the back seats for Maseratis!
     
  18. tifosi69

    tifosi69 Formula 3

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    I believe IMHO Ferrari's should be only 2 seaters. There are enough "family" offerings out there.
     
  19. sherpa23

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  20. winston

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    A back seat is a must have, with two to three big dogs. They want to ride in the Ferrari too!
    Winston
     
  21. 62 250 GTO

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    You need a driver, a passenger just adds weight. Racing is what mine will be for. No joy rides or shopping trip.
     
  22. norm

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    Nothing wrong with Ferrari offering 2+2's. There will always be a market for them. However, over the years, some of the Ferrari 2+2's have been a little lacking. In addition, various other manufacturer's have built 2+2's with better styling & performance than Ferrari.
     
  23. Gilles27

    Gilles27 F1 World Champ

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    I guess I kind of straddle the fence on this issue.
     
  24. zjpj

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    Why leave 2+2s to Maserati? That close marriage is only recent, and I still don't really think of the Maseratis as cheap Ferraris...

    2+2 Ferraris have been around for decades. Just because they've recently picked up Maserati doesn't mean they a darn thing to me. That should change the model lineup that Ferrari has always offered?
     

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