The Ferrari FF’s wagon-like body style has never really fit in with the rest of the Italian automaker’s lineup, but would a coupe variant serve better?
Rumor has it that Ferrari is working on an FF coupe variant, one with a more traditional body style that would have mass appeal. Sporting a sloping roofline while tossing out its rear seat, the Ferrari FF coupe could make an arrival as soon as late this year or early next year.
The rest of the styling of the FF coupe will remain mostly the same, with slight alterations to the front bumper and side air vents. Essentially the model would just be a restyled FF, making it easy for Ferrari to manufacture and will share everything else with the hatchback model including powertrain and the innovative all-wheel-drive system.
That means it’ll be powered by a 6.3-liter V12 with 651 hp, but the big question is, apart from the unique all-wheel-drive system, wouldn’t a Ferrari FF coupe essentially be a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta?
GALLERY: Ferrari FF
[Source: Car and Driver]
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