Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Isamu, Aug 29, 2006.
Has anyone seen it? it's crazy! and by crazy i mean freaking sweet.. based off the enzo.
Looks like an Enzo and a Lambo did the nasty
I had read that Ferrari wants to possibly do a limited run production of it.. since it is a full fledged Ferrari now..
Give ferrari 4mil and they will do just about anything you want.
if i had 4 mil... i would buy a McLaren F1.. and an Enzo.. and A LP640.. lol
Note that a couple of the pics are CGI; the wheels are completely flat, though they look like they should have a big well near the center.
Looks much better than the Enzo, I think. God only knows why someone from NYC would buy any Ferrari...where would he drive it? The Jersey Turnpike?
Blah, looks like something from F40 era. (Not that I dislike the F40 in any way.)
that guy is an avid ferrari collector...and it was built custom to fit his specs ....
last months car and driver had an article on it....
the whole fam went over to italy.....i'd love to have that problem with my dad...
what color should be customer 4million dollar ferrari be!
That's so hot
Some of those pictures are of a model and some have some CGG. I think the only real picture of the P4/5 is the one with everyone standing behind it.
took an ugly car and made it uglier
Looks like an Enzo and a Zonda did the nasty.
Crazy... good or bad? Who knows.. simply crazy looking.
Oh hi, I photoshopped your wheels.
If you go on www.ferrarichat.com, the owner post frquently, and his name is napolis... very nice guy and a very nice car. I believe he may also have a Zonda registered and driven in New York. The P4/5 already has 12,000 miles on it since this was done.
It looks hideous to me.
No character at all.
i like the color of it
It was designed for a stockbroker in NYC. I'm sure it's a perfect match for him.
Anyway, Ferrari has been at the ass-end of automotive design since they tossed the 456, the 360, and the Testarossa out the window. Yes, I know that spans about 20 years, but those were the last good-looking cars they made.
the 355 was the end of the Old Ferrari as we knew it.
Yeah. Actually, I liked several of their 90's cars (the 456 especially, I remember having adolescent fantasies about owning one), but the new ones suck. Pininfarina needs to get out of their (current) Eurotrash phase already.