i have a red one... it was the demo
We've all heard the complaints. However, there are no aesthetic imperatives here. In fact, there is actually a fair amount of precedent.The grills on the hood and sides needs to be painted black. It looks very dull with same-color - atleast IMHO. Sorta ruins those details that really show of the curves and flow of the body.
What happened to the girl? It disappeared in the second picture anic: rotflWe've all heard the complaints. However, there are no aesthetic imperatives here. In fact, there is actually a fair amount of precedent.
Ferrari has dealt with the grillwork both ways. For example, can you tell us that the hood grillwork on these 308s looks better in black? Also, note the silver grill.
The difference on the front grills to me on the Ferraris is that they are metal, not painted plastic, so it looks different somehow. But hey, if your comfortable with it.:huh:I'm don't mean to suggest the California design is better. But, I do suspect that part of the reason it has been rejected by some is because they are so used to the former style.
Ruin the details that show the curves? Granted, the black accents do help show the curves in photographs (2D). But, in person (3D) they can stand out just fine.
Like the others here, initially I wasn't keen on the silver front grills. However, now I can't imagine what other color they should be. Matching yellow would seem too much. Black exists nowhere else. And the silver seems to compliment the wheels.
For some, it may be too much bling. I'm comfortable with this.
How 'bout this?What happened to the girl? It disappeared in the second picture anic: rotfl