There are a handful of questions that I get asked on a frequent basis in my line of work.
One of them is "Which car is your favorite," another is "What should I buy now," and one of the last is something along the lines of "Those exotics you drive aren't really worth the asking price, are they?" I am here to tell you yes, yes they are.
If you've never been behind the wheel of something north of six figures then when you sit in the likes of a Rolls-Royce or Ferrari your head may just explode. That's because cars of this caliber are so well designed and executed it's clear that these cars were a designer's baby at some point. Probably one of the most impressive interiors I've experienced to date has been the Ferrari FF and I have to highlight it because this isn't my first go 'round in an F car. Those other interiors weren't so hot.
Clearly, Ferrari has stepped up its game. Big time.
As described in my review of the Ferrari FF, the car's interior had a lot of attention to detail and the quality of the leather was probably the best I've experienced in ANY car. Then there were little Easter eggs spotted throughout the cabin. I really liked was the integration of Alcantara to liven up the space a bit. You'll see it on the seats, door grabs and dash. Then there were the two iPads, each with their own leather case, attached to the rear seats. Both iPads came with Beats by Dre headphones to keep rear seat occupants entertained. Though I have yet to try a pair of Beats, I've heard that they're great listening headphones. Hell, even the trunk had a gorgeously stitched leather parcel shelf to keep prying eyes from seeing what you have in the trunk.
Instead of having me stagger on and on, I want you to see for yourself. Scope out the shots below to see why the FF's interior is out of control.