What is it like on the inside?
Carbon and lots of it. The ‘seats’ are actually just pads attached to the carbon tub, with the controls adjusting to suit. The pads are bespoke-fitted to the driver, and you sit shoulders low and knees high, like in a racing car. Saying that, it’s very comfortable, and vision is good. There’s a full digital dash, swathes of Alcantara and not an awful lot else. The only thing you should really be interested in is the steering wheel, which houses the big red – slightly tacky – button to rouse the drivetrain and the Manettino dial, which allows you to figure out how much of a hero you want to feel like on any given journey. It’s quite noisy thanks to all the bare carbon, but you’ll forget all that as soon as the V12 gets singing. There is literally nothing quite like it.