Ferrari’s cars are arguably the most popular ones in the world. But here are their downsides you may not even know before.
Ferrari has manufactured several road cars and race cars since it was founded in 1939. It blasted of the chart as the Scuderia Ferrari shone on the Formula 1 Grand Prix stage by winning sixteen titles of world’s constructor championship.
Since then, most people around the world know about the Ferrari cars even though they are not car enthusiasts. This could be either a good thing or a bad thing. However, we have fifteen facts to back up the second opinion.
You may be one of those who have been dreaming about one of the most expensive classic Ferrari cars or owning the current models: 488 GTB, 488 Spider, California T, F12 Berlinetta, GTC4 Lusso, and of course the super car LaFerrari.
These fifteen facts about the Italian sport cars manufacturer may change your mind about buying a Ferrari if not making you second guess your decision.
15. Difficult to drive
Why do people buy sport cars instead of regular road cars? The main reason is because they are fast. A fast car is built in such way to generate the best aerodynamic. Unfortunately, this doesn’t go along with our regular roads.
Why do you want to buy a car? Normally, it should be your tool to transport from one place to another. But with this high-maintenance speed demon, you will cater to it more than the other way around.
A Ferrari sport car is mostly two-seated. This means you can only carry one person with you. So, scratch that group road trip idea. Plus, it is not equipped with big trunks for you to carry other stuff around. Forget about buying groceries or shopping with it.
This is why most Ferrari owners ended up letting the car sit all day in the garage. Perhaps they take the car out once in a while on a fun ride, but that is all. Arguably, there are other luxury cars that suit this transportation function better than the Ferrari’s, such as Porsche and Rolls-Royce.