Ferrari has revealed a selection of new photos of the new FF model – or should we say photo. Along with one pic of the car in silver (or the much-sexier sounding ‘Grigio Ferro Met. gery), the remainder of the photos show a camouflaged version of the car testing in the snow-covered roads of Sweden and Finland.
Ferrari is eager to promote the new 4RM AWD system found in the new ‘Fast Four’ model. Known for building only rear-drive cars, the FF gets Ferrari’s first AWD system that the company claims weighs half that of a conventional setup and allows for an ideal 47:53 weight distribution.
Should you need reminding, the FF is powered by a direct-injection 6.3-liter V12 engine with 651-hp and 504 ft lbs of torque, enabling a 0-62 mph time of just 3.7 seconds. But that’s not all, with the FF promising improved fuel economy and reduced emissions thanks to the company’s HELE (High Emotion Low Emission) system that cut emissions by 23 percent in the California HELE Concept. While Ferrari hasn’t release full details on the extent of the system in the FF, in the California it includes a start-stop setup, electronic air conditioning, as well as different transmission controls.
Ferrari will release additional information at the car’s world premiere at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show in March. Until then, check out the full gallery below and see AutoGuide’s 2011 Geneva Auto Show preview here.