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Who will be the first customer to receive the new Lambo Tecnica? And when?
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Wow thatnks for the insights. I have a 23 EVO RWD and a 458 and F12. I was considering trading both Ferraris in for an F8 but the more I look into it the cooler I get on the idea.
haha we have similar taste in cars. I had an F12 and traded it for my F8. F8 spider on order, but I am pretty sure I am going to trade that in on the new Aventador NF. F8 is fast though and fun to drive in the city, but there is sort of a major problem with the steering design on the car. It suffers from MAJOR bump steer, and it's not the wheel and tire set up, it's the steering/suspension set up. So when you are on the highway going like 75+ and you hit a bump, it gives you a very uneasy feeling and makes driving the car not all that pleasurable on many occassions. So when My F8 spider shows up, I'll keep it for a year or whatever Ferrari dictates, then sell it with less than 1,000 miles on it.
 

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Wow thatnks for the insights. I have a 23 EVO RWD and a 458 and F12. I was considering trading both Ferraris in for an F8 but the more I look into it the cooler I get on the idea.
don't do it. Too many F8 owners regret and traded back into 458. I also have a 458 and a Lusso along with a STO. I think even with STO, 458 is something. Its presence next to the dramatic design of STO holds its ground and exudes a rare combination of elegance and sportiness. I know I will regret if I sell it.
 

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haha we have similar taste in cars. I had an F12 and traded it for my F8. F8 spider on order, but I am pretty sure I am going to trade that in on the new Aventador NF. F8 is fast though and fun to drive in the city, but there is sort of a major problem with the steering design on the car. It suffers from MAJOR bump steer, and it's not the wheel and tire set up, it's the steering/suspension set up. So when you are on the highway going like 75+ and you hit a bump, it gives you a very uneasy feeling and makes driving the car not all that pleasurable on many occassions. So when My F8 spider shows up, I'll keep it for a year or whatever Ferrari dictates, then sell it with less than 1,000 miles on it.
I agree. I also was not impressed when I test drove the F8 spider. There was just no sound to begin with...

Notwithstanding what I said, it did remind me of my 4c Spyder which has somewhat similar phenomenon. Changing the toe setting and the tires to MPS4S drastically improved the steering feel and that bump steer. Oh, the 4c spider with factory aprakovic exhaust sound 1000x better than the F8. So I keep the 4c too as it is last of its kind.

so if you really don't wanna keep the F8, I suggest you sell it sooner than later, and the market is getting more of them.
 

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Hate to stay off topic/keep derailing the thread, but everyone stay away from the F8, lol! It's fast....really about it. Doesn't look that great (IMHO), sounds HORRIBLE, and just doesn't have the look or feel that demands attention/presence. Hard to explain, but just not a special feeling car. Kind of like the Portofino and 296....how boring! The Pista, 458, and 812 are the only cars in the last 10-12 years that truly are gems for Ferrari (yes, purposely left the SF90 off the list).

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Hate to stay off topic/keep derailing the thread, but everyone stay away from the F8, lol! It's fast....really about it. Doesn't look that great (IMHO), sounds HORRIBLE, and just doesn't have the look or feel that demands attention/presence. Hard to explain, but just not a special feeling car. Kind of like the Portofino and 296....how boring! The Pista, 458, and 812 are the only cars in the last 10-12 years that truly are gems for Ferrari (yes, purposely left the SF90 off the list).

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I like the F8, yeah it may not sound crazy but if you have other vehicles that do sound crazy, then it's fine.

I have a loud 911 GT3 and sometimes you don't want loud, that's what the F8 is for!
 

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Congrats! Awesome car!!!
The Tecnica is what my friend and I have been calling "The Executive Huracan" as it seems most of the specs have been classy and just the look of the car has more of an executive roadster look to it as opposed to the EVO and STO which look a more radical IMHO.
I disagree. The Tecnica looks super aggressive. Not as
Aggressive as STO but more than Perf > Evo > 610 > 580. It just looks angry. The most “executive” Huracan - if that’s even a thing - is the 610 because it has the cleanest lines.
 

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Hate to stay off topic/keep derailing the thread, but everyone stay away from the F8, lol! It's fast....really about it. Doesn't look that great (IMHO), sounds HORRIBLE, and just doesn't have the look or feel that demands attention/presence. Hard to explain, but just not a special feeling car. Kind of like the Portofino and 296....how boring! The Pista, 458, and 812 are the only cars in the last 10-12 years that truly are gems for Ferrari (yes, purposely left the SF90 off the list).

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I'd say that is a pretty harsh statement to say "Stay away from the F8" based on styling :ROFLMAO:
It actually does get alot of attention and compared to a Huracan, I'd say it gets more attention with car people, maybe not as much with average joes on the street, but depending on the angle of the car, it's styling is very exotic. Just depends on if you like it or not.

My beef with the F8 is really only two things:
1. Bump steer at highway speeds
2. Seating position / feel. Not as good as the Huracan.

But driving around the city for fun, I'd pick the Ferrari over the Huracan.

Maybe we need a new thread on this topic.
 

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I disagree. The Tecnica looks super aggressive. Not as
Aggressive as STO but more than Perf > Evo > 610 > 580. It just looks angry. The most “executive” Huracan - if that’s even a thing - is the 610 because it has the cleanest lines.
Well it's all just opinion, so I can respect that, but look at the front end. It's clean and refined looking. The wing is more refined than like an SV wing that has a track feel to it. The Tecnica looks refined like a grand touring type of Huracan to me, and that's not a bad thing or a knock... Just an opinion. I like to know if I'm the only one that thinks so however.
 

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I also have an F8 Spider & a Tecnica on the water right now. I love the F8 & plan to keep it as there is nothing new Ferrari is doing that Id spend the money to buy & the special F cars are unattainable for regular guys so I’ll keep the F8S as my last hurrah for now. I’ve owned Ferraris for 20 years so I’m kind of sad to say my interest has faded but excited for the new direction. Ferrari is a total different fit/finish, plus drive, it’s more luxury in my opinion. I have a Urus S completing production, a Urus Performante for August production, & a new 744 on order. Lamborghini has been so amazing in every way so I’m excited for the access & ongoing opportunity. I’m definitely more excited about the future of Lambo than Ferrari these days. Just my opinion…..I only have 200 miles on my F8S so I need to drive it more.
 

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I also have an F8 Spider & a Tecnica on the water right now. I love the F8 & plan to keep it as there is nothing new Ferrari is doing that Id spend the money to buy & the special F cars are unattainable for regular guys so I’ll keep the F8S as my last hurrah for now. I’ve owned Ferraris for 20 years so I’m kind of sad to say my interest has faded but excited for the new direction. Ferrari is a total different fit/finish, plus drive, it’s more luxury in my opinion. I have a Urus S completing production, a Urus Performante for August production, & a new 744 on order. Lamborghini has been so amazing in every way so I’m excited for the access & ongoing opportunity. I’m definitely more excited about the future of Lambo than Ferrari these days. Just my opinion…..I only have 200 miles on my F8S so I need to drive it more.
nice. What is the "744" you mentioned?
 

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maybe it’s getting the right angle or color but to me the F8 is gorgeous. I prefer the spider as I don’t like the plexiglass on the coupe. The Tecnica to me in comparison is aggressive & visceral plus I think it’s going to be a lot more fun to drive. I’m way more excited about the Tecnica but can’t bring myself to let go of the F8
 

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Went from my first Lambo, LP 610-4 to a 488, Ferrari does have sexy lines but that is about all I liked about it and went quickly back to Lamborghini

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Went from my first Lambo, LP 610-4 to a 488, Ferrari does have sexy lines but that is about all I liked about it and went quickly back to Lamborghini

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As a former Ferrari 430 Scud owner, imho Huracan has more delicate lines than the TT Ferraris. I have considered the 488 but I don’t like the design from doors, air intake and rear fenders. Front part is nice though. F12 and especially 812 I could live with every day.
 
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