Ferrari FFFri, 21 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Ferrari is set to unveil the all-new FF at the forthcoming Geneva motor show. The 612 replacement brings in a plethora of words not usually associated with the prancing horse.
The FF, or 'Ferrari Four' is a four-seater, four-wheel-drive coupe that delivers a 'decisive break with the past', according to Ferrari. Utilizing the same front-mounted V12 layout as the 612, the FF manages to undercut the curb weight of the aging four-seater by around 50 kilos, despite the implementation of the four-wheel-drive system.
The silhouette of the car is undeniably drawn from the car it replaces, but the DRG adopts the headlights and a grille akin to the 458 Italia, whilst the rear also sees an amalgamation of 599 and 458 influences. But despite its low-slung, swooping roof line, the car is not billed as a 2+2, but rather as a fully functioning four-seater capable of transporting four adults in comfort.
Few details have been announced about the car's interior, other than the FF has 450 liters of storage space. See a video of the FF during its development phase by visiting FerrariFour.com