Used Ferrari FF For Sale
Unveiled at the March 2011 Geneva Auto Show, the Ferrari FF for sale debuted as the first four-wheel drive production Ferrari in the company’s history and came up for sale in dealer showrooms later that month. While the lightweight 4RM four-wheel drive system emerged as a late 1980s prototype, it was advanced to make the FF a capable vehicle in most weather conditions. Sculpted using the design language of the 458 Italia and F12, the Pininfarina body is one of the few performance shooting brake designs in production. Dubbed the fastest four-seat automobile on the road, the Italian shooting brake can travel to a top speed of 208 mph, and reach 62 mph from a standstill in 3.7 seconds. The 6.3 liter, 651 hp V12 carries the company’s tradition of massive power in small packages.
With folding rear seats for improved cargo space, the car has an increased storage area of 28 cubic feet, making this one of the fastest and most practical prancing horses on the road. Reception has been mixed in regards to the 2+2 layout breaking tradition, but its performance and integrated design have won over another sizable group of enthusiasts who have likened its profile to that of the 1962 250 GT SWB Drogo, which competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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The Four is one of the supercar manufacturer’s only vehicles to master all weather conditions. In 2011 the Italian brand decided the consumer needed a carriage that could take them anywhere. While it may be too low for off-roading, offering a well-developed array of drive modes to carry you through any weather. Equipped with four seats and plenty of luggage space, you can take this sports car the distance, whether on a road trip or to the supermarket. The all-weather monster boasts a 6.3-liter V12 engine that powers all four wheels with 651 horsepower and 504 pound-feet of torque. In other words, the owner of this carriage can sprint from 0-60 mph in just 3.7 seconds and top out at 208 mph. Also equipped with the brand’s well-known F1 style steering column and a seven-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. All of this only reminds you that this vehicle is no simple family car; it’s a purebred.
The FF is for people that want to do more than pose. This is for people that want to live with their supercar as an everyday delight. Of course, the DNA is all performance. With 730 horsepower from the 6.3- liter V-12 and a top speed in excess of 200 mph, you are not giving up the thrill of Italian motoring. It is most definitely a four-seater, but you may forget that should you find yourself on a fast open road. The vehicle is lightning fast with two transmissions to match. You can adapt the driving mode to suit you or the road; whatever your choice, it leaps into action under heavy acceleration. The companies first production all-wheel-drive car and, thanks to some very clever engineering, it allows the traction control to have precise control over where the power goes. The sports wagon looks like my dream concept of what a station wagon should be: muscular and practical with aggressive aerodynamics, letting bystanders know this is not just for school runs.
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THE PUBLISHER’S FINAL TAKE:
- Perfect for the rain, even better in the sun.
- How Much? Price: $300,000
- Engine: 6.3-liter V12
- Horsepower: 651 hp
- Torque: 504 lb-ft
- 0-60: 3.7 seconds
- Top Speed: 208 mph
- Transmission: 7-speed dual clutch automatic
- Body Style: 4 Seat Coupe
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