Ferrari Unveils New Photos Of The FF

Today, Ferrari launched some new photos of the FF supercar, one of the most practical and utterly fast vehicles ever made.

Today, Ferrari has treated the world with some new photos of the most beautiful two-door hatchback in the world. Honestly, it seems odd to call a Ferrari a hatchback, but it seems the company is turning a new practical leaf. Well, sort of at least.

While the new Ferrari FF is certainly roomier than the old 612 Scaglietti, it’s not what one would call an everyday driver, unless of course said driver has a money pile the size of the Empire State Building. Obviously, this is due to the starting price of the vehicle, but also the massive engine that lies under the hood.

With a 6.3-liter V12 with an output of 651 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 504 lb-ft. of torque at 6,000 rpm, chances are the person behind the wheel will gather up a plethora of speeding tickets. The top speed of the new FF is 208 miles per hour, while the run to 62 mph is dealt with in just 3.7 seconds.

In order to keep fuel consumption to a minimum, Ferrari has given the FF the HELE start/stop system that will help the car to achieve around 15.5 miles per gallon combined, with a carbon output of 360 g/km.

The FF will feature Ferrari’s new 4RM all-wheel drive system, which weighs about half as much as the regular all-wheel drive setup used in Lamborghinis and Porsches. Ferrari claims that the FF tips the scales as just 4,000 pounds, just a tad more than a 2011 Honda Accord.

What really makes this car unique is its attempt at practicality. There is nearly 16 cubic feet of cargo room that can be extended to 28 cubic feet with the second row of seats folded away. Now, Ferrari drivers will be able to carry more than just one bag of golf clubs to the country club.

Click on the link to see Ferrari’s new photos of the FF.

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