The 2016 Ferrari FF has been spied undergoing cold weather testing Scandinavia.

The 2016 Ferrari FF has been spied undergoing cold weather testing Scandinavia.

Looking virtually identical to the outgoing model, the prototype has a camouflaged front bumper that suggests the car could receive new air intakes and a modestly revised grille. Additional changes are limited but previous reports have suggested the car will have a carbon fiber roof and active aerodynamic components.

The 6.3-liter V12 engine is expected to carryover but it be tuned to produce approximately 700 PS (515 kW). It could be connected to a new eight-speed transmission and a revised four-wheel drive system.

While nothing is official, our spy photographer noted the car was being put through of a number of tests that could be used to evaluate an upgraded traction control and four-wheel drive system.

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