The driving position is as good as the company's other cars and there's surprisingly good visibility too. The FF’s dash is a lavish mix of hand-stitched full-grain leather panels, banks of bulls-eye air-vents and an F1-inspired flat-bottom steering wheel. Replete with rocker switches for the indicators and the wipers, a five-position Manettino dial to control all manner of electronic intervention, and a row of LEDs, which ignite progressively as the revs climb.
Ferrari FF space & practicality
Ferrari is marketing the FF as a practical everyday supercar, and it’s easy to see why. There’s a surprising 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 does more than passing impression of a ‘lifestyle’ estate car.
Ferrari FF equipment
For this kind of money you’d be appalled if a full leather interior, dual-zone climate control, powered seats, bi-xenon lamps with wipers, heated door mirrors, an MP3-compatible stereo system and Bluetooth phone recognition weren’t fitted as standard. Happily, they are, though – and, on top of that, Ferrari will fit almost anything your heart desires providing your chequebook is fat enough.