The FF: the Ferrari Four. Four as in four-wheel drive. Four as in the four comfortable seats that cocoon driver and occupants alike. A four-seater that utterly changes the whole GT sports car concept, hailing nothing short of a revolution in the automotive world. Even the most cursory glance at the FF's sleek, Pininfarina-penned super model profile will tell you that. Drive it, anywhere, anytime, in any weather or road conditions - and you'll know why it's so radical. It may be a car that has elegance, beauty and art in its soul, but there's much, much more to the FF than sophisticated allure. It was, in fact, designed specifically to tackle the toughest, most complex and ambitious of driving challenges. The kind of challenges that the most uncompromising and discerning drivers will want to set it.

Drivers that demand their cars give of their all. Effortlessly. Regardless of weather or surface. The FF will more than match anything that's asked of it because it is quite simply the most versatile car ever produced by the pens, computers, wrenches and milling machines used by the Prancing Horse technicians, engineers, designers and mechanics. The FF: a name, as we said, inspired by the car's four generous, body-hugging seats and, more significantly, the new Prancing Horse-patented four-wheel drive system.

Purists will be overjoyed to know that it is still the rear wheels that actually provide the power, with torque being transferred only to the front axle when required and even then intelligently and predicatively distributed to all four wheels. Yet another reason why this is the most versatile Ferrari ever built. But take note: the FF is also the most exclusive GT on the market, the very pinnacle of achievement in the "extreme GT" segment, the most powerful four-seater in the world. It has it all: exceptional, class-topping performance that pushes its signature Ferrari thoroughbred DNA and driving pleasure to the utmost, regardless of weather or terrain. Even on snow, ice and dirt.

The FF also sets a new benchmark in terms of sheer innovation: it is the first four-wheel drive V12 with a rear-mounted electronic differential, the E-Diff. The Ferrari-patented four-wheel drive system is unique and is also integrated with the new generation F1-Trac traction control developed specifically for the track. The FF is also the first and only V12 in the world to sport a seven speed dual-clutch F1 gearbox and it boasts a 20% increase in power with a 25% reduction in fuel consumption.

The FF offers four occupants superb comfort with body-hugging seats and absolutely unprecedented cabin and luggage space for a car in its category. Unparalleled chassis engineering gives authentic sports car dynamics, with powerful brakes and an uncompromising suspension set-up. It also boasts the best weight-power ratio ever achieved, thanks in part to the fact that its patented four wheel drive system is just 50% the weight of a traditional version.

Style-wise, the FF is sculptural yet streamlined: it has an innovative shooting brake shape, modern styling cues, and third millennium aerodynamic and conceptual solutions to underscore its sporty stance. It is also unique on several levels: for instance, special exterior colors were specifically designed for the FF and the leather that adorns the interior has been subject to an innovative treatment to enhance its natural beauty.

The FF is tailored to perfection to suit the exclusive style of its owner. It's as much a car for day-to-day driving as it is for extraordinarily unique occasions. A car you can drive alone or share on a road trip with three other occupants. A car to take it easy in or really push to the limits. A Ferrari that demands to be driven. A Ferrari to test your skills in. A dream car.

Make no mistake about it, the FF has the DNA of a thoroughbred Ferrari. It is not only sporty in the extreme, but also comfortable and easy to drive. It brings a wealth of technology to the mix, starting with a completely new mid-front-mounted 6,262cc GDI V12 that delivers unprecedented performance and responsiveness at all engine speeds: 660 CV at 8,000 rpm, a specific output of 105 CV/l (77 kW/ cu in), a weight-power ratio of 2.7 kg/CV.
The torque is also blistering: 683 Nm at 6,000 rpm, with over 500 Nm available from 1,000 rpm up to 8,000 rpm (virtually across the entire range), guaranteeing unparalleled flexibility. The FF has a top speed of 335 km/h and sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds. Those impressive figures are the result of a host of technical solutions which include high pressure GDI (200 bar) and Split Injection Control that guarantee perfect fuel pulverization and an optimal air-fuel mix up to 8,000 rpm.

The FF also has the highest compression ratio (12.3:1) in its segment and a reed valve scavenge system that reduces losses due to Windage caused by the pumping action of the pistons. Leading-edge materials have been adopted for the pistons, piston rings and camshaft to minimize friction. The FF has a combustion control system that uses ionization currents - this boosts the engine's power output whilst reducing both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions to levels previously unheard of in a car with these characteristics. This impressive result is attributable to a whole series of factors affecting every area of the car.

The FF delivers exhilarating Prancing Horse driving pleasure as it effortlessly copes with low grip surfaces, handles beautifully in all kinds of conditions, and delivers superb high-performance starts from a standstill even on the slipperiest, snowiest and iciest of surfaces. The coupling of its powerful V12 with the Ferrari F1 seven-speed dual clutch gearbox make it a joy to drive. Owners will be able to experience its power and sophistication on all kinds of terrain and conditions too, courtesy of Ferrari's patented new lightweight 4RM (four-wheel drive).
The F1 dual-clutch gearbox combines the unadulterated driving pleasure of a sequential gearbox with the comfort of an automatic one. Gear-shifting times have been cut to zero and the drop-off in acceleration typically experienced with manual and electrohydraulic gearboxes has been completely eliminated. The E-Diff is now integrated into the gearbox casing itself, a solution that has helped reduce the car's overall weight. Ferrari's first ever four-wheel drive system actually shares a CPU with the E-Diff and
F1-Trac. This fact, combined with instantaneous grip estimation on any kind of surface, guarantees perfect drivability and handling even when conditions are so poor that the rear-wheel drive can no longer send enough power to the road. This is the kind of situation drivers typically find themselves faced with on extremely slippery icy or snow-covered surfaces.