For many, Ferraris are dream machines. They are vehicles that take on a mythical character, surpassing modern-day transport appliances and attaining an almost supernatural level of being. But while Ferraris are unquestionably the 'creme' of the automotive crop, the design process at Ferrari's design center in Maranello is not unlike those of other studios.
Case in point was the design process for the Ferrari LaFerrari, which made its debut at the 2013 Geneva motor show. Its development had been in gestation for more than two years, having kicked off in late 2010 when Flavio Manzoni . . .