Originally Posted by oneeightyseven
whoever said they wouldn't drive this because it's not a "real Ferrari" is nuts. It's not going to be a coveted classic Ferrari, but is every car in the line supposed to have epic classic status? wouldn't that deter from classic status itself? this is a car they produced that appeals to a different side of the Ferrari driver. Also, there is obviously a market for a vehicle like this, so why wouldn't Ferrari attempt to tap into it?
If you compare this car to the 612 and 456, I'd say the FF may have the potential to become very classic someday.