What does "FF" stand for? Points for anyone who said "Ferrari Four" - as the name suggests, this four-seat sports car happens to be able to power all four wheels. In a move to attract all-weather drivers, the exotic shooting-brake (a fanciful descriptor for a station wagon with two side doors) is motivated by a direct-injected, 651-horsepower 6.3-liter V-12 mounted up front, but the kicker is an unusual yet compact all-wheel-drive system called 4RM. Assuming it's riding on appropriate tires, an FF could hypothetically carry four 6-foot-tall occupants (up to 6 feet 1 inch in the backseat) to the ski lodge in leather-swathed comfort. Trunk space with the seats up is a scarcely believable 15.9 cubic feet - that's mainstream midsize sedan territory. Hauling children shouldn't be difficult either: there's a rear-seat infotainment system option. For the driver, there's a 7-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission taking care of shifting duties, third-generation magneto-rheological shock absorbers tuned for comfortable daily driving and excellent performance, and an array of electronic controls like F1-Trac traction control and E-Diff electronic differential lock. And representing several thousand dollars worth in value, the FF is covered by Ferrari's complimentary scheduled maintenance program, good for 7 years and transferrable between owners. See more... See Less

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