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The Ferrari vs. Lamborghini rivalry is legendary, having spanned decades and a tremendous suite of sports cars from both exotic automakers. Ferrari’s Prancing Horse and Lamborghini’s Raging Bull are in this sense in eternal competition with each other, and the vehicles themselves are as different as their icons.
There are very clear styling differences between Ferrari and Lamborghini, and much of it comes down to elegance vs. ostentation.
While both Ferrari and Lamborghini interiors boast meticulous craftsmanship, the difference is stark: Lamborghini interior tend to be spartan affairs, more utilitarian than comfortable, while every Ferrari is a showcase of the fact that form, function, comfort, and convenience can all coexist brilliantly.
The SF90 Stradale, for instance, boasts a functional cockpit with plush leather trim, as well as tech amenities such as a 16-inch digital gauge that displays both driving and infotainment information, along with a secondary display for the passenger to view vehicle data. It’s a performance car first and foremost, but Ferrari has consistently demonstrated that world-class performance and world-class comfort can go together.
Ferrari makes the most of its powertrains in a way that no Lamborghini does.
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