2012 Ferrari FF

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The new Ferrari FF is the most versatile and powerful car Ferrari has ever produced. It is powered by a 6.2L V12 capable of delivering 660 CV at 8000 rpm and a torque of 683Nm at 6000rpm. Thanks to this engine, the FF hits a top speed of 335 km/h and goes from 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds.

The design looks fabulous. While the back side reminds of an Alfa Romeo, the front side (especially the headlights) looks like one straight off a car of the future.

The inside is also pretty good. The four people that fit in the car can drive comfortable without being cramped. Also, because the back seats fold down independently, the trunk can be enlarged, thus being not only bigger than any other one in its class, but also many four-door saloons, too.

The carbon-ceramic brakes are now lighter, and longer-lasting. There is virtually negligible war during normal use on the road.

The Ferrari FF features a four wheel drive. The PTU (Power Transfer Unit) allocates torque to each wheel individually according to the needs. Other systems include F1-Trac, E-Diff, ABS/EBD, and ESC.

The fuel consumption has been reduced to 15.4L/100km, and the CO2 emissions to 360gr/km.

This sounds like a great car, but we’ll have to wait to see how it behaves.

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