Twice as beautiful: the new Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T
Enzo Ferrari liked his Ferraris a) roomy and b) with the engine in the front. Not for him the unsettling sensation of squeezing himself in between the front wheels and the engine.
No, Ferrari believed in putting the horse before the cart and had to be dragged kicking and screaming into a late 20th century where the race cars that won and the sports cars that sold had the horse behind the cart, so to speak. He also believed an elegant car meant a big, expensive car and top-of-the-range car. And he was usually right.