Following two similar incidents (see related articles) from 2012, a Ferrari FF from Hong Kong caught flames and suffered serious damages.

Following two similar incidents (see related articles) from 2012, a Ferrari FF from Hong Kong caught flames and suffered serious damages.

In recent years, Ferraris have developed a habit of self-combusting out of nowhere and recently in Hong Kong another chapter was written. This time it was the all-wheel drive FF which suddenly caught fire after exiting the two-lane Aberdeen Tunnel which connects Happy Valley to Wong Chuk Hang.

The driver managed to exit the car without getting burned and fire fighters arrived on scene very fast, putting out the fire before it extended to the rest of the car. The cause of the accident is unknown at this moment but judging by the burnt area the fire started under the hood were used to reside a V12 6.3-liter generating 660 PS (485 kW) and 683 Nm (504 lb-ft).

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