New Ferrari Icona

New Ferrari Icona

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WCZ

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8,939 posts

166 months

Friday 19th November
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Anyone here lucky enough to be getting one ?

It’s going to be a very special car…

sparta6

2,890 posts

72 months

Saturday 20th November
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If it's around the rumoured 1450kg that will be tempting


johnnyreggae

2,662 posts

132 months

SydneyBridge

6,211 posts

130 months

Saturday 20th November
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More pics, think I like it, looks better with roof on

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-offic...

LaurasOtherHalf

20,903 posts

168 months

Saturday 20th November
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Wow!

WCZ

Original Poster:

8,939 posts

166 months

Saturday 20th November
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what an anticlimax, looks absolutely horrible.

I was told that this is going to be the best looking ferrari in a decade...

Geffg

433 posts

77 months

Saturday 20th November
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That is stunning.

Fermit

9,671 posts

72 months

Saturday 20th November
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Geffg said:
That is stunning.
Plus 1. Love the nod to the Testarossa to the rear. Sadly I'd bet they'll all be destined to become garage queens.

SydneyBridge

6,211 posts

130 months

Saturday 20th November
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Least they are making a few more, but still only 599

Ps. Has the weekend PH person missed this news?

MDL111

5,771 posts

149 months

Sunday 21st November
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that looks very nice - carbon tub, mid-engined V12, targa. Can only complain about the lack of a manual (and the price) if you want to nitpick. It looks like Ferrari at least can still design pretty cars, unfortunately they are all in the Icona series and cost a lot.

RedAndy

822 posts

126 months

Sunday 21st November
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Proportions are challenging...

browngt3

1,278 posts

183 months

Sunday 21st November
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Where is the PH article? Guess they are asleep at the wheel!

Takes some design cues from the famous racers of the 60's and 70's but nothing like as beautiful. Not sure about the Testarossa aping at the rear either. Works on the TR but not here I'm afraid.

For the money? I'd take a 288 GTO

DFLR

491 posts

5 months

Sunday 21st November
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Like all current Ferraris, the styling is awful.

andrew

9,358 posts

164 months

Sunday 21st November
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SydneyBridge said:
More pics, think I like it, looks better with roof on

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-offic...
i think it would better with a car cover on smile

RolyRetro

86 posts

106 months

Sunday 21st November
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RedAndy said:
Proportions are challenging...
+1

The back end is a mess from any angle, the way the bodywork flows from the mid-section to the rear looks crumpled like it’s been in a rear-end shunt. Not a classic Ferrari design at all.

Katzenjammer

527 posts

150 months

Sunday 21st November
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Reminds me of the Lamborghini Raptor

r o n n i e

205 posts

148 months

Monday 22nd November
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RolyRetro said:
RedAndy said:
Proportions are challenging...
+1

The back end is a mess from any angle, the way the bodywork flows from the mid-section to the rear looks crumpled like it’s been in a rear-end shunt. Not a classic Ferrari design at all.
Rear looks like they took inspiration from cyberpunk quadra




r o n n i e

205 posts

148 months

Monday 22nd November
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Ferrari:


Cyberpunk:



sparta6

2,890 posts

72 months

Monday 22nd November
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r o n n i e said:
Ferrari:


Cyberpunk:


Love a good rear, and that looks good.

is-uk

1,328 posts

188 months

Monday 22nd November
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The Daytona SP3 is heavily influenced by the Pininfarina Ferrari P5 from 1968.