Despite measuring almost five metres in length, the Ferrari FF handles with poise and precision. The performance from the V12 engine is truly staggering.
For the same money you could get a two-seat Ferrari and a luxury saloon and have the best of both worlds.
On the road
What it’s like to drive, and how quiet it is
Powered by a direct-injection 651bhp 6.3-litre V12 and weighing in at 1880kg, the FF is probably the fastest production four-seater on the planet. It’ll hit 60mph from rest in just 3.7sec and go onto 200mph. But overtaking force is where its most impressive.
Ride & Handling
With the engine pushed hard up against the firewall, the gearbox perched above the rear axle and the reassurance of four-wheel-drive, the FF handles with poise and precision. Grip and traction are phenomenal, while flicking the suspension into comfort mode turns the car into a relaxed, comfortable grand cruiser.
The V12 engine is incredibly smooth and refined even when it’s revving at its maximum 8000rpm. The gearbox feels a little jerky when you’re trying to reverse-park the car, but it’s infinitely smoother than previous robotised manual gearboxes from Ferrari. Those massive tyres do generate a fair amount of road noise, but overall the FF is a sublime long-distance cruiser.