Ferrari 488 Spider review

Category: Sports car

Section: Interior

Ferrari 488 Spider
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  • Ferrari 488 Spider
  • Ferrari 488 Spider
  • Ferrari 488 Spider
  • Ferrari 488 Spider
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  • Ferrari 488 Spider
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

Many of the controls – lights, wipers, indicators, suspension adjustment, starter button and traction control switch – are located on the steering wheel itself, echoing the style, if not the content, of a Formula One car. Unfortunately, this arrangement isn’t particularly user-friendly for road driving and takes a bit of getting used to.

Similarly, the two digital screens, which flank a large analogue rev counter, are far from intuitive. They can display everything from your speed to the navigation and stereo info, but you have to switch between their various menus using fiddly buttons and knobs.