t is said that Ferrari is a racing company that sells street machines to fund its racing products, so of all the words used to describe street-legal Ferraris over the years, “practical” has never been one of them. But Ferraris aren’t supposed to be sensible machines; they are exotically engineered pieces of art designed to stir the soul. They are vehicles meant to invoke the spirit of racing victory, not for taking the kids to school.
Ferrari has designed what could be considered a very fancy Prius. Mounted front/mid-ship is a proper 6.3-liter V12, this one rated at 660 bhp (651 horsepower). Power is sent to all four wheels via an F1-style 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, helping this four-seat Ferrari sprint from 0-62 mph in just 3.7 seconds. And, yes, we really did mean to say “all four wheels.