The 456GT hasn't aged well at all. It looks a bit like those Ford based things Ginetta were punting in the late 80s.What about the 456 GT, billed as the 'modern Daytona'. I seem to remember that as being quite pretty. Of course, it wasn't mid engined.
But generally speaking, Ferrari's don't do a lot for me. I'm Aston through and through.
No offense to your profession Cue2, but as a member of the great unwashed and a casual observer, bull5hit is spouted by those who design cars....a guy spoke about his job of defining a brand identity DNA for Ferrari and he said it wasn't possible because more than one new model is developed at the same time etc.