The Ferrari FF is the brand's first ever four-wheel drive car
The FF - an acronym for Ferrari Four (four seats and four-wheel drive) - is billed as the 612 Scaglietti replacement, and will officially go on display at the Geneva Motor Show.
Designed by Pininfarina, the FF features Ferrari’s first ever four-wheel drive system. It's patented 4RM (four-wheel drive) weighs 50% less than a conventional four-wheel drive system. The FF is also equipped with the latest magnetorheological damping system (SCM3), as well as the most recent development in carbon-ceramic brakes from Brembo.
Of course, another major differnce is the shooting brake style, featuring four seats and 450L of cargo space (800L with rear seats folded down).
The new 6.3-litre V12 direct injection engine, producing 485kW (651hp) and 683Nm or torque, will reportedly propel the FF from 0 to100km/h in 3.7 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 335km/h.
Engine type 65-degree V12
Overall displacement 6262 cc
Maximum power 660 CV @ 8000 rpm
Maximum torque 683 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Length 4907 mm
Width 1953 mm
Height 1379 mm
Dry weight* 1790 kg
Weight distribution 47% front, 53% rear
Weight/power ratio 2.7 kg/CV
Maximum speed 335 km/h
0-100 km/h 3.7 sec
Fuel consumption and emissions (ECE+EUDC)
Fuel consumption** 15.4 l/100 km
Emissions** 360 g/km