absolutely drop-dead GORGEOUS design and spectical of engineering. One of the best produced engines to date at well over 120 hp per liter NA and the first rear-mid engine to use direct injection. I was really surprised with it's ECU which handles the differential, skid traction control, and ABS all at once, all while giving it an amazing improvement in longitudinal accleration over the 430. I'm still curious to hear any hybrid plans. I'm not really a big fan of them, but I'm curious to see what Ferrari could develop with the idea.
I like the body of the F430 better for some reason. I think this looks too bubbly, sorta like the child of the Enzo and a Mitsubishi Eclipse. Maybe the F430 will start going down a little in price and Ill be abe to afford one in 20 or so years :beerchug: