New photos show FF demonstrating its all-wheel drive prowess on a snowy road. The Ferrari FF is set to make its debut at the Geneva auto show in March.
Ferrari has seen fit to release a few images of the upcoming FF model in action ahead of its Geneva debut and demonstrate its all-wheel drive prowess on a snowy road.
One photo is of an advanced prototype while the other is of a production-ready model of the four-seater FF.
The Ferrari FF is poised to replace the flagship 612 Scaglietti at the top of the model range and it comes with an all new chassis featuring an independent suspension with magnetically adjustable dampers and Brembo carbon ceramic brakes. The FF is also Ferrari's first all-wheel drive model. It comes with a heavily rear-biased advanced Ruote Motrici (4RM) four-wheel drive system that can feed torque to the front wheels in an optimized fashion due to the "intelligent predictive torque distribution" technology.
Power comes from 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 in at 1790 kg (3946 lb) allowing for a 0-100 km/h sprint time of just 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 335 km/h (208 mph). Combined fuel consumption is 15.4 L/100 km (15.3 mpg US) and CO2 emissions are 360 g/km.
The Ferrari FF is scheduled to make its debut at the Geneva auto show in March.