Ferrari FF Revealed

While Porsche has been doing exceptionally—and for some unexpectedly—well with its Cayenne sport utility vehicle, Ferrari has been continuing to produce high-performance sports cars.

While Porsche has been doing exceptionally—and for some unexpectedly—well with its Cayenne sport utility vehicle, Ferrari has been continuing to produce high-performance sports cars.

But at the Geneva Motor Show, it is unveiling a vehicle that seems to partake of two attributes reminiscent of two other German builders, BMW and Audi.

That is, just look at the profile of the FF, a four-seater:

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Then the 651-hp, V12-powered vehicle designed by Pininfarina is Ferrari’s first-ever four-wheel-drive vehicle. While Audi doesn’t own that in the car category, it certainly has premium cars pretty much wrapped up in that context.

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(According to Ferrari, its “patented 4RM (four-wheel drive) weighs 50 percent less than a conventional four-wheel drive system, maintaining perfect weight distribution (53 percent over the rear axle).”)

The car has a maximum speed of 208.2 mph and has a 0 to 62.14 mph time of 3.7 sec.

 

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