I’ve been a Maserati owner for years and just jumped into Ferrari ownership with an F12. Curious what others think on the future values and collectibility of them. I like many people prefer the styling to the 812.
I rented one for 10 minutes in Italy near the factory. Loved it, had the biggest grin. At a stop light I smelled something charred/burning and asked the copilot from the rental company if that was normal. He told me in a heavy accent "Yes its ok, that's carboceramic brakes. When you have to do a brake job you will cry, because it's $5000." Me: "Wow, that's a lot" Him: "$5000 for each side" Anyway I loved it, looks great, and hopefully will appreciate well in the future. Just my opinion, but I believe it bridges between the old/curvy styles and newer/more angular cars well.
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