Yep... Seems like it would be better to admit a problem and fix it rather than seriously hurt someone.if anything this shows that these cars really do have a problem! when was the last time you guys have ever seen a newly released car with this few units out burn down so much?!
You would think ferrari would see this as a HUGE liability, sure exotics have known to occasionally catch fire, but not of this frequency this soon. Are they using poor lines or poor materials/systems to handle the electrical and flammable fluids? Can you imagine if a 458 combusted while it was parked in some collectors garage and it caused damage to other cars yet alone hurt someone if they were trapped in the car? I don't even. . . I am just surprised there hasn't been an outcry yetYep... Seems like it would be better to admit a problem and fix it rather than seriously hurt someone.
On the bright side, if you buy one and decide you don't like it, just torch it. Insurance won't know the difference. :lol:Isn't an offense! No prob...
No, not really.
To be honest, I'm highly interested in this car.
The first Ferrari, I would buy.
And this is the reason, I do a lot of research.
So I see and search a lot of the Italia.
But I won't buy it with all of these barbecues!
Imho, there is something wrong with the car.
Too much burned down in too less weeks!