Ferrari FF – the very comfortable four seater

The new Ferrari FF comes with a 6.2 liter, 65 degree V12 petrol engine with twin overhead camshafts per bank and 4 valves on each cylinder paired with a 7 speed dual clutch transmission gearbox. It is an all wheel drive vehicle which will start selling this coming September and will be priced at £227,026 for the UK market. Now what does that mean? It means that you will only 3.7 seconds to get from zero to hundred and it top speeds at 208 mph which is about 335km/h. The engine boosts out 651 horses. That is what it means. Simple as that.

Set to compete against the Aston Martin Rapide and the Porsche Panamera 4 V8 S which are both cheaper, the FF comes with a complete form and function package. The form is where it adopts a coupe like design which is quite a rare sight among the Ferrari models while the function is that which steal the limelight. It is the replacement model of the 612 Scaglietti and its four-wheel drive system means that it handles extremely well too.
The frame of the car is made from aluminium and its gearbox adopts the helical-cut, hydraulically controlled gearbox system. You also get aniline leather inside the car while the steering wheel is made from carbon-fiber. The car is designed by no one else but Pininfarina and they have used a brake-like body while they drew inspiration from the 458 Italia in front. It is typically a 4 seater and has more than enough space for the passengers and cargo. In fact, it comes with 450 liters of boot space while another 350 liters with the rear seats folded.

As with most Ferraris, it is not normal that they have put in a lot of space on the rear seats but the Prancing Horse is persistent and confident of their design and hence it would have no problems sitting 4 passengers comfortably. Infotainment is channelled through its 5 inch screen in the cabin. This would also be one of the models that allows for personalization where you get up to 6 colours to choose from.