you know. sometimes ferrari just gets lazy with the styles. i seen ferraris that look too plain, like a regular car, but ofcourse the ferrari symbol will tell everyone that its not a regular car.Ah, the new one with the hardtop convert.
Hot ass car, but I'm a huge Ferrari fan. Not my favorite of all time, I've been a bigger fan of other styles opposed to the Maranello styling, but that is a nice car.
They almost called this new model a Dino too. That would have been cool.
I think you're confused dude, Ferrari wasn't trying to redo it. I'm sure if they were, they'd have gone a bit farther than the California. But what they did do was incorporate some of the memorable parts of the car, and incorporate it into the current Ferrari Design portfolio. All ferraris look the same during a given era...can't have one just looking retro and goofy in the line up. they've got to make it fit.I absolutely love the 250GT but this thing is nowhere close to capturing the original roadster's legacy. As robriguez said, it looks like something Pontiac would come up with. From the looks of it, it seems that Ferrari may be market it to compete with the boxter; I would'nt pay over a $100K for it. I bet someone will come up with a kit to convert the Solstice to a California replica, as soon as this thing comes out.
B&O is correct about this..... All ferraris look the same during a given era...can't have one just looking retro and goofy in the line up. they've got to make it fit.