You sit well towards the centre of the cabin, in a special racing-style seat, but everything is still adjustable and the vision is good for a low, wide, mid-engined supercar. The pedals and steering wheel are ideally sited, and the dash is clearly laid out and simple to navigate.
Ferrari 430 Coupe space & practicality
The Scuderia is a mid-engined two-seater, but it does a good job with the available space. The central tunnel is slim to give good shoulder room, even though the seats are mounted well away from the doors. The front boot is quite small, but there’s space for more luggage inside the cabin.
Ferrari 430 Coupe equipment
The basic spec. includes Alcantara and carbonfibre trim, paddle-shift gearchange and electronic safety aids, but you can personalise the car any way you want. Extra carbonfibre trim, racing seatsbelts, and a carbonfibre steering wheel with a row of LEDs that increase in number with engine revs are must-have extras. For a less race-influenced interior you can also choose to accessorise with different leathers, an MP3-compliant connection, sat-nav, and even a carbonfibre crash helmet.