A car that does not drive itself, it requires an understanding of standard shifting. This car is hungry for speed, but once you get acquainted with it provides a fun driving experience even at low urban speeds. The engine is a Ferrari, so you are driving the best there is. It is surprisingly spacious for 4 passengers even as it looks definitely like a sport coupe. Quality design and finishes are noticeable throughout.
This is a very exciting car, whether
you drive it or just look at it. The
acceleration, cornering, braking, and
overall handling characteristics are
outstanding. It gets looks even from
people who are not "car people."
Once the driver grows into the car, passengers would rather be driven than try to drive it (If one is not in the mood to drive, the car can barely be driven; it simply says:"If you want to drive a Ford, drive a Ford, don't drive me!".) It's sound is peerless. The feeling of the climbing revs is better than the most exquisite foot massage. The interior is impeccably and tastefully finished. Although it's a no-gadget car, it is not in the slightest utilitarian (as is the competition). It is the best value car of its class. The head mechanic says it's a Ferrari at half the price (this engine is put into the F360, mfg'd by Maserati) Sweet!