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Design

Ferrari – heavy, expensive, wasteful, dangerous and addictive

20 January 2018

9:00 AM

20 January 2018

9:00 AM

Has a more beautiful machine in all of mankind’s fretful material endeavours ever been made than a ’60 Ferrari 250 Granturismo? Go to the Design Museum and decide.

I have driven many Ferraris and the experience is always unique. They are alive, demanding, feral, sometimes even violent or truculent. Addictive, too.

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