What is it like on the inside?
Looks very 458, doesn’t it? However, Ferrari has rationalised the control pods either side of the instrument binnacle, which itself features higher-def screens, and the centre tunnel controls are a bit more LaFerrari-esque. So it feels modern, looks expensive, and the ergonomics are still a touch haphazard, in a good sense of occasion way, not an ‘oh-god-where-are-the-pedals’ way.
As always, the base spec is only the starting point, so the interior can be trimmed and decked out in virtually any style you wish. And as always, you should steer clear of the S&M carbon racing seats. You poser.