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Why the Nautilus is such a cool car

The Ferrari Nautiluses have always been a bit of a surprise in terms of styling, but this new iteration is the first time we’ve seen a Ferrari with a single exhaust fan.

The design was created by a team of designers at Aston Martin who wanted to make a design that would appeal to Ferrari’s fans as well as the fans of other sports cars.

This fan comes with two metal plates that can be removed to make space for the exhaust, and two smaller ones that can also be removed.

It’s a neat idea that’s got us intrigued by the car, and we’re curious to see how this new exhaust fan will hold up.

The exhaust fan uses the same exhaust valve system as the Ferrari 599/Ferrari Panamericana exhaust system.

The Ferrari exhaust system is designed to suck out the exhaust gases that are being pushed from the engine.

This is achieved by opening up a tiny aperture in the engine block and using a metal plate to allow the exhaust gas to escape.

The large exhaust fan that was on the Nespresso F1 was a bit bigger than the Ferrari exhaust, but we’ve never seen this one.

When the Ferrari 488/Fernando Alonso F1 ran in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the fans in the cars were much larger than this one, so we were surprised to see the Naspresso F3 have such a large exhaust.

But it seems Ferrari’s designers wanted to keep the fan size small, and the Nispresso F4 is only 7 inches (20 centimeters) tall.

The F1 exhaust is very loud, and it can be quite loud when you’re doing anything close to it, so it’s a good design choice for a fan.

But the NSPO4 is much quieter, which is something that’s been lost in the Ferrari’s design.

The noise from the exhaust will be quite different than the noise from an Audi A8 or Porsche Panamera.

But, if the noise is good enough for an Audi, then this exhaust fan is good for a Porsche.

The NSPo4 will be available for the end of the year, and will be priced at around $2,000.

The new Ferrari Nespoemos exhaust system will be on sale in Australia for $2.99, and $3,500 in Europe for an additional $3.99.