Perhaps it would be easier to stomach if this extremely-80s Ferrari was a Nissan 300ZX in disguise, but underneath all that slab-sided edginess is thoroughbred Italian hardware.
While marques like Porsche and Lamborghini having already branched out into SUVs, with Bentley and Maserati soon to follow, Ferrari remains one of the few high-end automakers that refuses, for better or worse, to follow suit. But the boys in Maranello never said anything about a pickup.
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