Ferrari has officially announced a four-seat and four-wheel drive sports car on their website. The FF stands for Ferrari Four which is obviously due to the four-seats and four-wheel drive.
Looking at the overall design of the car it comes across as a mix between a station wagon and a modern day hatchback. Yet there is something about this hatchback come station wagon that makes it more than your everyday run about. It could be the fact that it can get to 100 km/h from standstill in 3.7 seconds or that it will continue accelerating until the V12 is screaming at 335 km/h. It could also be the 485 kW of power or 683 Nm of torque being sent to all four wheels.
Whatever it is that makes this car really amazing for you, you just need to know that this is an all round machine produced by Ferrari that will pull many different nose hairs in the motoring industry. I still can’t get over seeing a Ferrari off-roading it in snow and dirt.
The only thing you have to worry about is the 15.4 l/100 km; that won’t go down to well with the bank statement.