The Segway PT i2 Ferrari Limited Edition comes just in time to celebrate Kimi Raikkonen's F1 championship. However, despite being painted in red, having a "Genuine Leather" handlebar and sporting the Cavallino Rampante shield, it doesn't run any faster than a regular Segway, neither does it attract sculptural blondes named Ingrid or Helga. In other words, a waste of $12,000. Maybe Ron Dennis' darling snotty-boy Lewis Hamilton should drive one next year. [Ferrari Store via Sybarites]
Ferrari Segway PT i2 Is not Faster than Regular Segway
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