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Specification

Specification

  • Mileage: 50
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Petrol
  • Engine Size: 6262cc
  • Interior Colour: Cuoio/Terra
  • Exterior Colour: Nero Daytona
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Seats: 4
  • Service: Ferrari Service History
  • Reg date: 2015/10

Optional extras

  • Panoramic Roof
  • Carbon Fibre Driving Zone + Leds
  • Carbon Fibre Central Bridge
  • Carbon Fibre Central Zone
  • Carbon Fibre Dashboard Inserts
  • Exterior Sill Kick in Carbon
  • Outer Mirror Black Insert
  • Rev Counter in Yellow
  • 20" Forged Dark Painted Rims
  • Brake Calipers in Yellow
  • Scuderia Ferrari Shields
  • Sports Exhaust System
  • Dual Colour Interior Trim Cuoio/Terra Bruciata
  • Daytona Style Seats
  • Ventilated Full Electric Seats
  • Safety Belts in Beige Cocos
  • Horse Stitched on Headrest
  • Leather Parcel Shelf
  • Leather Luggage Carpet
  • Coloured Steering Wheel in Terra Bruciata
  • Front and Rear Suspension Lift
  • Front Parking Camera with Dual View
  • Silver Dedication Plate
  • Passenger Display
  • High Power HiFi
  • AFS Front Lighting System
  • Tyre Pressure Measurement
  • Rear Wiper
  • £179,083 excluding VAT
Description

Description

Top Gear says:

What is it?

The most ground-breaking Ferrari in recent history. The FF is a four-seat, four-wheel drive 'shooting brake' which means that it's a bit like a cross between a coupe and an estate car. Two doors, four proper seats, Ferrari's first ever production 4x4 system; the FF really is a departure for the Italian marque, and a success for all that. Powered by a front mid-mounted 6.2-litre, 660bhp V12, the FF replaces the 612 Scaglietti as the Ferrari GT of choice.

Driving

The heart of the setup is a new kind of 4x4 system that relies on a conventional seven-speed DSG gearbox to drive the rear wheels and a second gearbox with a pair of gears bolted to the front of the engine. Essentially it means that the 4x4 on an FF is compact and more controllable than a traditional system that relies on propshafts and extra differentials. There's also the added advantage of torque-vectoring - the FF can throw power at a gripping tyre to curb unwanted understeer.

On The Inside

The big news is that this is one practical Ferrari. The rear seats will swallow a pair of reasonably sized adult humans, and with the seats up the boot is a very respectable 450 litres of large. Flip the seats down and you get 800 litres! All this in a car that'll hit 62mph in 3.7 seconds and do 208mph. From the driver's seat, it's all Ferrari.

 

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