For Despite measuring almost five metres in length, the Ferrari FF handles with poise and precision. The performance from the V12 engine is truly staggering.
Against For the same money you could get a two-seat Ferrari and a luxury saloon and have the best of both worlds.
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Four seats, four-wheel-drive and ferociously fast; the Ferrari FF is a super-saloon for all the family.
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What makes the Ferrari FF unique is the fact that this is Ferrari’s first ever four-wheel-drive car. Unlike conventional all-wheel-drive cars, though, there’s no mechanical link between the FF’s front and rear axles.
Most of the time the drive goes only to the rear wheels; it’s only when electronic sensors detect a lack of traction that a separate drivegear running off the front of the engine is called upon to power the front wheels.
That power comes from a direct-injection 651bhp 6.3-litre V12 and weighing in at just 1880kg, its not surprising that the FF’s performance is truly explosive.
Of course, Ferrari is marketing the FF as a practical everyday supercar, and it’s easy to see why. There’s a decent amount of space in the back seats, with head- and legroom to spare, while a big boot with split-fold rear seat facility means the FF is a spectacular supercar that all the family can enjoy.