According to Luca Casarini, head of interior design, an improvement in ergonomics and comfort was “the starting point for the cockpit”. Light and compact geometries, ample use of solutions already adopted on the GTC4 Lusso, careful use of colours and trim in collaboration with Stefania Zucchini, head of that sector. The architectural approach, explains Fabio Massari, lead interior design, develops more horizontally than in the GTC4, with a new infotainment system and a repositioning of the air inlets: “Lighten and recompact the volumes, trying to break down the dashboard to reduce the perception of its height”. Here, then, is a two-shell solution. But if the cabin is roomier, Roberto Mastruzzo, head of components, explains, it is due to the new magnesium front seat structure which saves as much as 50 millimetres and will also be adopted in future models. It is a new era, in Ferrari’s 70 years history.
Full article in Auto&Design no. 227