Thanks to a passing dog sled equipped with video camera, we have our clearest view of the modern day "breadvan".
Earlier this month Ferrari released new photos of their controversial FF shooting brake in a wintry wonderland. The photoshoot served as a follow up media injection to potentially calm enthusiast unrest with the bland unappealing press photos that were first released.
Now, fast-forward two weeks and a video taken during the FF's photo shoot in Baqueria - Beret, Spain has surfaced. Thanks to a passing dog sled equipped with video camera, we have our clearest view of the modern day "breadvan". Undoubtedly emphasizing it's all-wheel-drive capabilities, a first for Ferrari, the FF gives way to the canine train as the camera guy waves them by.
The Ferrari Four (FF) is powered by a 6.3-liter (6,262 cc) V12 engine with an output of 660 PS (485 kW / 651 hp) and 683 Nm (504 lb-ft) of torque coupled to a double-clutch transmission. The car weighs 1790 kg (3946 lb) making a 0-100 km/h sprint time of just 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 335 km/h (208 mph) possible.
The FF makes its world premiere in Geneva on 01 March.