Originally Posted by Blackhood
The man who buys a Ferrari for practical use has no right buying one at all.
Ferrari are about elegance, power, soul, speed and exhaust notes that can rip off a ladies clothes. If you want a Grand Tourer type car then buy an Aston Martin or MB SLS. The only thing that is really Ferrari on this car is the badge.
This is the equivalent of buying a fighter jet to get to business meetings, or fitting a Lear Jet with guns.
Again, this exemplifies a complete lack of knowledge about the marque. They have been making 2+2s since the 1950s starting with the 250 GTE. There has been at least one "practical" model in the range ever since. Not every Ferrari is a race car. They have produced countless GTs.