After debuting the car at the Geneva Auto Show last week, Ferrari has released yet another selection of images of its new FF model. Once again showcasing the car’s AWD system, but this time in the desert, rather than the snow.
In case you’ve been in a coma these past few weeks or you’r suffering from amnesia, this boot-shaped car is in fact a Ferrari and is powered by a 651-hp 6.3-liter V12 engine, mated to an innovative AWD system that allowed individual torque transfer to each wheel. Plus, it even has a start-stop system to help improve fuel consumption.
Additional photos show the interior and trunk space of the Ferrari, with space for four adults inside plus actual trunk space.
GALLERY: Ferrari FF
For more on the FF, see AutoGuide’s video first look from the Geneva Auto Show after the jump:
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