Ferrari tells you that their 458 Italia is designed around the driver, and that’s absolutely correct if the driver is an F1 pilot. For us mere mortals, learning how to drive a 458 is an exercise in needless complexity. Consider the steering wheel, where Ferrari puts the paddle shifters and horn (good), but also includes the start button, turn signals, high beam switch, windshield wipers, suspension de-coupling(?) and Manettino switch. I don’t even know what the Manettino switch does (and neither does Google Translate), but I have to assume there’s an espresso / cappuccino maker somewhere in the dash. God knows I enjoy a good cup of Manettino after banging off some hot laps. Don’t expect things to get easier from there, since the dash allows a high level of customization, and Ferrari’s big on redundant controls: what the hell are all those dials for under the right hand nav controls, anyway? Do they launch chaff? Pour oil slicks behind the car? Preheat the Manettino maker? See if you can figure out how to drive the 458 from the video below.