Ferrari FF


The 4RM allows the retention of the traditional mid-front engine architecture, with rear transaxle connected to the engine by a single driveshaft. Added to this is the new Power Transfer Unit or PTU for the front wheels, which is connected directly to the engine and located over the front axle. the front clutches are completely independent and have torque vectoring functions to allow different amounts of torque to be sent to the left and right wheels.
• The hydraulic gear and clutch actuation system is integrated into the PTU, as with the F1 Dual Clutch gearbox, and this delivers absolutely blistering gear-shifting times and thus improved system responsiveness.
• Evolved GT Manettino on the F1-derived steering wheel. It has five settings: ESC OFF, which disables all traction and stability control systems; SPORT, to enhance driving pleasure in high grip situations; COMFORT, for maximum stability and easy of use in high grip situations; WET and ICE-SNOW, with electronic controls specifically calibrated for maximum stability and ease of use in low and very low grip conditions. The 4RM Control integrates the F1 Trac + E-Diff + PTU control functions, and manages both traction and stability by distributing exactly the right amount of torque to each of the four wheels, thanks to seamless integration of all the systems.
• Brembo carbon-ceramic material (CCM) brakes. The principal innovation here is the new material used for the pads which has allowed disc dimensions to be reduced by 10 per cent, despite the fact that braking performance has not just been maintained, but improved upon.
• HELE (High Emotions-Low Emissions) system
• SCM3 (third generation of magnetorheological suspension control)


It is not only sporty in the extreme, but also comfortable and easy to drive. The engine’s geometries and materials were also developed to harmonise intake and exhaust sounds to underscore the car’s extremely sporty character without impinging on acoustic comfort. High performance are the result of a host of technical solutions which include high pressure GDI (200 bar) and Split Injection Control that guarantee perfect fuel pulverisation and an optimal air-fuel mix up to 8,000 rpm.

V12 Ferrari iniezione diretta
Torque 504 Lb/Ft @ 6000 rpm
0-60 MPH 3,7sec
0-200km/h 11,0sec
Top Speed 335km/h 208 MPH
Trasmission: Ferrari F1 seven-speed dual clutch gearbox
4 wheel drive


The boot size is unprecedented for this kind of car: 450 litres. However, it is also extremely versatile as both rear seats can fold down separately, upping its volume to over 800 litres.( four occupants can take four standard-size trolley cases, two golf bags or two children’s strollers with them).
• The front seats comfortably accommodate taller occupants up to and over 1.95 cm (just under 6 ft 4.7 in.) and up to 185 cm (6 ft 1 in.) in the rear
• Bluetooth connection with Audio Streaming, to allow occupants to wirelessly listen to music from their own multimedia devices; a sat nav with maps and 3D views; voice command function; two USB connections.
• The centre console houses the F1 panel and its dynamic controls: the Launch Control button which sends maximum torque to the ground for spin-free, high-performance starts in all conditions, including snow and ice; reverse, and the Auto button to put the gearbox in automatic.


Ferrari FF

Styling and aerodynamics

Revolutionary 12 cylinder

FF’s lines not only respect Prancing Horse tradition, they are also so innovative that they hail a complete break with the past. A revolution, one might say: an evolved modernity, a meshing of the trends of the third millennium, creating a look destined to go down in motoring history.