Milan to Florence is around four hours by road, although more like three hours in a Ferrari 458 Spider. While the driving route is especially memorable (certainly not in comparison to Tuscany), there’s a superb variety of possible stops on the way.
You will drive through Italy’s most important culinary region, Emilia-Romagna, where Parma, Modena and Bologna appear like jewels from another era. Customise your route and stop for glorious food on the way. Balsamic in Modena, ham in Parm, cheese and tortellini in Bologna, and truffles in remote villages.
You will be full, you will want to eat some more, and you will cruise into the Renaissance city in your Ferrari.