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|22nd July 2008, 22:09||#20|
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Very confusing design. Too many lines. It would have looked a lot better had they kept it simple. Like the hardtop though. It'll still find a lot of takers.
|23rd July 2008, 13:11||#24|
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This has got to be the most "unFerraried" Ferrari I have seen of late. Going cheap? Going cute? Going down the food chain? You bet. But then, cheaper doesn't necessarily have to equate to a massive compromise. Look at the Cayman; what a fantastic Porsche at a relatively lower price. I still haven't been able to decide on the poll between an F430 & a P 911, but if the California's performance is within the realm of a Cayman, I'm putting my vote on the Cayman right away.
I agree with previous comments that the design is too fuzzy. Many unnecessary design cuts & curves.
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|23rd July 2008, 23:27||#26|
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A Ferrari is not meant to be an Eclipse. This one's almost that already. Too little drama? Maybe red will make a difference. And the exhaust note will fix whatever else people have against it. I disapprove, but not that it matters much, hehe.
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