The Ferrari FF is a two-door, four-passenger ultra-performance sports car that features a hatchback body style. The FF features an efficient four-wheel-drive system that boasts lightweight materials and clever engineering that eliminates the need for a second heavy driveshaft and a transfer case. As a result, Ferrari says the system weighs about half of what a conventional AWD system would. Power comes by way of a new 6.3-liter V12 engine that funnels its considerable might through a seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission that sends the thrust onward to the AWD system. The end result is a supercar that can seat four 6-footers while boasting a sub-4-second 0-60 time and a top speed of over 200 mph.
Bi-xenon headlights, rear park assist, rain-sensing wipers, adaptive suspension, carbon-ceramic brakes, 20-inch alloy wheels, power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system and a 640-watt sound system with iPod integration and satellite radio, a front/rear suspension lift system, rearview camera, full-power front seats, keyless ignition/entry.
The all-wheel-drive 2012 Ferrari FF is powered by a 6.3-liter, direct-injected V12. All that power is sent to the four wheels via a seven-speed "F1" automated clutch manual. The transmission allows automatic or manual operation, the latter controlled via steering-column-mounted shift paddles. The FF's AWD setup transparently apportions torque as needed to individual wheels to optimize grip and performance at any given instant. Drivers have a choice of multiple throttle/stability control/suspension settings that include "Snow" and "Wet" in addition to the standard "Comfort," "Sport" and "Track".
Antilock disc brakes, front side airbags, stability and traction control are standard. Rear park assist is standard and a rearview camera.
The 2012 Ferrari FF is a grand touring car but drives with the moves of a dedicated two-place sports car. The FF thrills on straight roads nearly as much as it does on curvaceous ones, as the V12's wail rises and falls while you rapidly bang through the short-spaced gears of the seven-speed automated-clutch gearbox. Shifts are crisp and eye-blink quick and the transmission never balks -- even when a paddle is flicked for a downshift at high revs. The FF's comfortable ride and amazing poise and capability in slippery weather conditions, with credit going to the car's all-wheel-drive system and many adjustable driving parameters.
The FF is the most luxurious Ferrari yet, sporting an abundance of leather trim previously reserved for Aston Martins and Bentleys. The four bucket seats are heavily bolstered and very supportive. At 193 inches long and 4,147 pounds. But that (117.7-inch) wheelbase helps to provide impressive room for the rear quarters. Indeed, Ferrari claims a pair of 6-foot-1 passengers can be accommodated back there. Cargo capacity is generous for a sports car, with 15.9 cubic feet behind the rear seats and 28.3 cubes available with them folded down.
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