Few new details were provided and most that were are somewhat irrelevant as the important parts remain unchanged, with the M Coupe-styled luxury Ferrari 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 thanks in part to the automaker’s first ever AWD system.
In addition, Ferrari promises significantly improved fuel economy over the 612 Scaglietti it replaces thanks to the company’s HELE (High Emotion Low Emission) system that cut emissions by 23 percent in the California HELE Concept. While Ferrari still 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.
Look for even more photos next week from the car’s unveiling in Geneva. Until then, see AutoGuide’s 2011 Geneva Auto Show Preview here.