Official: Ferrari launches new FF

Today, Ferrari officials unveiled the first images and technical information for the new FF. This is the replacement for 612 Scaglietti and, at the same time, the most practical Ferrari in history. Besides, the new FF (acronym for Ferrari Four) is the first Italian model with four-wheel drive.

The model is powered by a V12 engine with direct injection, which has a displacement of 6262 cc and offers a maximum output of 660 hp at 8,000 rpm. Peak torque of the V12 unit at 65 degrees is 683 Nm and it is offered at 6,000 rpm. The average fuel consumption is estimated at 15.4 liters per cent, while CO2 emissions are 360 grams per kilometer. The model can reach a top speed of 335 km / h.

Ferrari’s innovative all-wheel drive system is 50% lighter than a conventional all-wheel drive and maintains an ideal weight distribution for a car. Thanks to this system, the new Ferrari FF offers maximum performance regardless of weather conditions. The model is equipped with a new generation of SCM3 electromagnetic dampers and a braking system, with carbon and ceramic items made by Brembo.

The transmission of this model is trans-axle type, which means that the engineers at Ferrari assembled the dual-clutch gearbox near the rear axle. The model can accelerate to 100 km / h in 3.7 seconds, thanks to its remarkable power, as well as its ratio of 2.7 kg per horsepower. Due to optimal weight distribution, the model promises to provide an exceptional level of maneuverability. Being the most practical model Ferrari ever created, it offers a trunk volume of 400 liters (it can be expanded to 800 by folding the rear seat) and can accommodate four passengers. The exterior can be painted in six specific hues.

The debut of the new Ferrari Four will take place at the Geneva Motor Show.



Mark / Model / Version Ferrari Four (FF)
Length (mm) 4907
Width (mm) 1953
Height (mm) 1379
Weight (kg) 1790
Capacity (cc) 6262
Maximum power (hp / rpm) 660/8.000
Torque (Nm / rpm) 683/6.000
Maximum speed (km / h) 335
Acceleration 1-100 Km (s) 3.7
Average consumption (l/100 km) 15.4