The new Ferrari FF was unveiled today alongside a host of automotive exotica at the Geneva Motor Show.
Ferrari’s FF is the replacement for the ageing 612 Scaglietti and takes design cues from the Ferrari 458 Italia with similar headlamps just one of the features carried over.
It is the first Ferrari to have power channelled to each wheel, which is acknowledged by the name FF – an acronym for four seats and four-wheel drive.
Ferrari has fitted the FF with a new 6.25-litre V12 engine which develops 650bhp, giving it a 0-62mph time of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 208mph.
The FF’s unconventional design is known as a ‘shooting brake”, where the car looks like a fusion between a coupe and estate model.
With it’s estate-type look, the FF is also incredible practical – boasting a 450-litre boot which can be extended to 800-litres.
It is also the first time pictures of the FF’s interior have been unveiled – with the GT using Ferrari’s latest steering wheel which houses the indicators, headlights and start button.
Ferrari has been keen to push the FF’s abilities, demonstrating its performance in snow, rain, sand and mud.
Prices for the new FF are yet to be announced with the new GT expected to cost around £250,000.
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