Geneva 2011: Ferrari FF Bows as First Ever AWD, 4-Seater Prancing Horse

Geneva 2011: Ferrari FF Bows as First Ever AWD, 4-Seater Prancing Horse

Ever pushing the limits of performance and design, Ferrari has unveiled its new clown shoe shaped FF at the Geneva Auto Show today. An original creation for far more than just its design, the FF is a four-seater and includes the brand’s new 4RM all-wheel drive system.

Powered by a direct-injection 6.3-liter V12 engine with 651-hp and 504 ft lbs of torque, the FF can hit 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds. It’s also modestly efficient, getting roughly 15-mpg thanks to Ferrari’s HELE (High Emotion, Low Emissions) system that includes start-stop technology.

The 4RM system adds grip to the FF while still delivering a rear-wheel drive experience with power only being transmission to the front when required. Splitting torque individually to each of the four wheels, the FF takes AWD systems a step further and should prove incredibly capable.

GALLERY: Ferrari FF

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