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The Ferrari FF officially replaces the 612 Scaglietti in the Italian automaker's lineup; but it actually competes with a much larger playing field of alternatives than its predecessor--including the likes of the Porsche Panamera 4, the Bentley Continental GT and the Aston Martin DBS. It should appeal to a different type of buyer--one who wants the exclusivity of Ferrari ownership but in a somewhat more practical, accessible package.
The FF is an all-new Ferrari, with an unusual layout for the Italian sports-car builder: As a 2-door hatchback (or wagon, or shooting brake), the FF is built on an aluminum space frame, and in keeping with what its name stands for, Ferrari Four, the FF is Ferrari's first 4-wheel-drive car.
The FF has its engine--a big 6.3L V12, making 651 horsepower and 504 pound-feet of torque--mounted in a 'mid-front' position, meaning at the front of the car, but with its center of mass behind the front wheels; that helps give it especially balanced dynamics near the limits of adhesion. Overall, the FF's weight distribution is an impressive 47/53 percent (front/rear), and its total curb weight is just 4,140 pounds.
Braking & Traction
|Active Suspension System||Std|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System||Std|
|Driver Air Bag||Std|
|Passenger Air Bag||Std|
|Side Air Bag||Std|
|Daytime Running Lights||Std|
|Electrochromic Rearview Mirror||Opt|
|Variable Inter. Wipers||Std|
|Rain Sensing Wipers||Std|
|Rear Parking Aid||Opt|
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