The Ferrari FF has never been a looker but the company is hoping to improve things with a facelift for the 2016 model year.

Recently caught undergoing testing in Lapland, this lightly camouflaged prototype looks virtually identical to the current model. While we can't see too many changes, the production model will likely have modified bumpers, restyled lighting units and an upgraded infotainment system. Previous reports have also hinted at a carbon fiber roof and active aerodynamic components.

Ferrari has been relatively tight-lipped about the car but it is rumored to have a 6.3-liter V12 engine that is backed up by an electric motor. This change could increase the output from 660 PS (486 kW) to approximately 700 PS (515 kW).

Besides the petrol-electric powertrain, we can expect a new eight-speed transmission and a revised four-wheel drive system.

Gallery: 2016 Ferrari FF spied in Lapland

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