Ferrari FF

The Ferrari FF is a sports car of Italian car manufacturer Ferrari.


The FF was presented on 21 January 2011 in a press release as a successor to the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti and officially presented in March 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The name FF stands for Ferrari Four, with the word Four in the name is used to refer in this model both to the number of seats as well as on the number of driven wheels. While it already existed in the past several Ferrari models with four seats, the use of a four-wheel drive when FF is a first for a production model of the brand from Maranello. For the body concept one has for the first time opted for a shooting brake rear, and thus for a body shape rarely used. Even this body variant is a first for a Ferrari model if one disregards the developed in the 60s by renegade Ferrari engineers on the basis of the then Ferrari 250 GTO as custom Ferrari 250 GT Bread Van.

2012 114 Ferrari FF were registered in Germany, according to the Federal Motor Vehicle Office, of which 75 vehicles by commercial holder.


Visually, the FF differs in many points from the previous and all other Ferrari. The front is dominated by a narrow radiator opening, the headlights are - narrow pulled back - similar to the Ferrari 458 Italia. The rear is characterized by a large flap with steeply angled disc and two round taillights. In the rear skirt are two double exhaust pipes and a diffuser.


, Designed by Pininfarina, the FF is powered by a new V12 engine with direct injection that develops from 6.3 liters capacity 485 kW ( 660 hp) - the same power that once had even the supercar Enzo Ferrari. When maximum torque is 683 Nm at 6000 / min. specified. The top speed is 335 km / h, acceleration from zero to 100 km / h according to factory 3.7 seconds.

The engine power is transmitted for the first time to all four wheels via a seven-speed direct shift gearbox. The system is called 4RM and is about 50 percent lighter than conventional all-wheel drive systems. The name was used at Ferrari 4RM already in two -wheel prototypes in the 1980s. But at the time they turned off after extensive testing by four-wheel drive.