Ferrari FF review

          This all new, aluminium space frame car has a front/mid mounted 6.3 litres, 65 degrees V12, with direct fuel injection into the cylinders delivering 651bhp and 504lb ft of torque. For the most part this is a conventional supercar driveline with the seven speed, twin clutch gearbox mounted into a rear transaxle with the electronically controlled differential.

         Power of Ferrari FF is something that has always been a highlight. The hood of the FF conceals a 6,262 cc direct injection V12 engine, which generates humongous power of 660 HP @8,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 503 lbs-ft @6,000 rpm. Such impressive power of the 2012 Ferrari FF is capable of taking the FF from 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds and will be having a top speed of 208 mph.

          With 16 feet, 1.1 inches in length, and 6 feet 5 inches wide, the FF is a slightly bigger car than its 612 predecessor. It feels big as you climb behind the wheel, with the hood stretching to infinity. The cabin is gorgeous, trimmed in soft aniline leather, with a fascia that wraps around the passengers. There's room in back for two 6-foot adults for medium length journeys and, under the hatch, the trunk will swallow four overhead airline suitcases.


           * Type of engine: 65° V12
           * CO2 emissions: 360g/km
           * Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 660 CV at 8000 rpm
           * Acceleration 0-60 mph s: 3.7 sec
           * Price (est): £227

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