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FOUR AS IN
FOUR WHEEL-DRIVE

FF is short for the Ferrari Four. Four seats. Four-wheel drive.

The FF is up for the task – perhaps one could say it yearns for it – because it is the most versatile automobile ever created through the imaginations and calculations of the entire Prancing Horse team of technicians and designers, engineers and mechanics.

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The FF throws down an unbeatable gauntlet to every GT sports automobile concept out there, raising the bar far beyond the other challengers. Your first glance over the FF’s refined Pininfarina-designed profile telegraphs that fact. Get behind the wheel – on any road surface, whatever the weather – to discover why it’s so revolutionary. The FF is much more than an elegant package of sophisticated beauty—it performs too. It is specifically designed to revel in tackling tough driving challenges, ones set by the most discerning drivers in the world.


DRIVERS THAT DEMAND THEIR CARS GIVE OF THEIR ALL. EFFORTLESSLY.

Inspiring the FF’s name, the four cocooning, yet supportive seats and Ferrari’s innovative new four-wheel drive system are the two main attributes that separate this automobile from the rest of the Prancing Horse stable. Power is still supplied mainly to the rear wheels – certainly a relief to purists – while the front wheels receive torque only when required, delicately doled out by an intelligent control system that oversees the balance between all four wheels. As the most powerful four-seater in the world, the FF is suitably exclusive, available only to a select few who desire the apex of performance in this class. It lacks for nothing: Its power is exceptional, revealing its Prancing Horse roots in every revolution of its engine, delivering a benchmark-pushing driving experience on any surface, be it asphalt, snow, ice or gravel. The FF’s rear-mounted electronic differential – or E-Diff – is the first in the world to ever be mounted on V12-powered four-wheel drive.


The patented Ferrari four-wheel drive system is engineered to mesh perfectly with the latest version of F1-Trac traction control, technology enhanced by Ferrari’s racing experience. Other firsts for the FF include the seven-speed dual-clutch F1 gearbox, the first to be mated to V12. It offers up 20 percent more power while improving fuel economy by 25 percent, a remarkable accomplishment. The interior of the FF holds four people in exceptional luxury, the contoured seats delivering support and comfort in equal measure, while the cabin and luggage space is extraordinary and unmatched in its class. All this space and comfort comes with no compromise on performance: The FF delivers all the dynamics of a Ferrari sports automobile. The V12 engine, together with the powerful brakes and an optimized suspension, has been masterfully engineered into the unique chassis. The FF’s power-to-weight ratio is astonishing, made possible by the revolutionary four-wheel drive system that is only 50 percent of the weight of traditionally engineered four-wheel drive solutions.


A DREAM CAR

The FF’s style is powerful yet exquisite, designed to slip through the air with its sculpted lines. The traditional ‘shooting brake’ shape has been refracted through the lens of Pininfarina, bringing in modern styling and cutting edge aerodynamic performance. There are several attributes entirely unique to the FF: For example, distinctive exterior colors were created and the interior leather is enhanced through a proprietary process that highlights its natural beauty. The FF is tailored for an owner who seeks to reflect their unique style in the finish and lines of an exceptional automobile. Whether it is driven day-to-day or reserved for occasional outings, the FF is a four-seater automobile that can be used for either elegant touring or redline-pushing performance. It is like every Ferrari—a dream automobile that revels in being driven.

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Modern, innovative, futuristic and  stunningly elegant

Styled by Pininfarina, the FF is a stunningly innovative blend of elegant design and aerodynamic perfection.

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FF’S CABIN

Comfort &  Elegance
 

Even the FFs’ cabin exudes a unique allure. It is extremely comfortable and enticing with elegant, sophisticated trim and detailing, creating an impression of subtle exclusivity.

The FF has the best cabin space and occupant comfort in the segment, thanks to four generous body-hugging seats that ensure each of the FF’s four occupants will enjoy the same standards of ride comfort and access to the on-board equipment.

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The boot size is unprecedented for this kind of car: 450 litres. However, it is also extremely versatile as both rear seats can fold down separately, upping its volume to over 800 litres. This means, for example, that four occupants can take four standard-size trolley cases, two golf bags or two children’s strollers with them.

The central section of the rear seat can also be folded down to accommodate particularly bulky items such as a large golf bag or two pairs of skis. In other words, four people can go away in the FF for a long weekend break in complete comfort.

FF’S CABIN

 

By simply folding down one or both of the rear seats, however, luggage space and versatility increases and two occupants could easily enjoy a month-long road trip in the car. In its two-seater configuration, the FF can be used to stow any kind of hobby or leisure activity equipment imaginable, including two full sets of diving gear or sailing kits, for instance.

This really is the most accommodating car one could desire – the front seats comfortably accommodate taller occupants up to and over 1.95 cm (just under 6 ft 4.7 in.) and up to 185 cm (6 ft 1 in.) in the rear.

FF’S CABIN

And they’ll be as comfortable as in their own lounge. The big difference being, of course, that sitting in a comfortable chair beside a roaring fire, they won’t be able to power along at up to 335 km/h. The FF is a car that makes driver and passengers alike feel very much at home.

Its cabin also includes no less than 20 litres of smaller storage compartments for the kinds of odds and ends occupants might like to bring with them on longer trips.

FF’S BODYWORK

The perfect marriage of aerodynamic and design

Looking closer, one’s eye picks up on its heritage, the unmistakable signature marks of Ferrari that make clear that although its looks are unique, its soul is not. The sculpted lines of the FF respect the tradition of the Prancing Horse while breaking new ground. Some say it is revolutionary, pushing the limits of what some classify as a ‘shooting brake’ design. It is certainly destined to be admired for eternity.

FF’S BODYWORK

For the FF’s styling is indisputably classic, a beauty with streamlined sculptural lines that shape its volume and space. Its imposing muscularity is balanced with soft rounded overhangs and forms, bringing forth stylistic echoes from Ferrari’s long, storied history to live and breathe in an automobile designed to deliver performance in all types of weather and on every variation of road surface.

FF’S BODYWORK

The engineering team endeavored to create an aggressive shape, one that attracts the eye even as it slips through the air. They sculpted for form as well as function, striving for a conceptual minimalism that channels airflow nimbly over the automobile and lowers drag. Air that enters the engine compartment flows out via sharply-etched side vents, giving the sleek flanks of the FF an aggressive allure.

FF’S BODYWORK

The FF’s outstanding aerodynamic efficiency evolved out of the creation of such a combination of elegant design and sporting perfection. The FF’s external and internal air flows have been fine-tuned in computer simulations and wind tunnel testing to ensure the FF’s running gear is efficiently and effectively cooled while resulting in exceptional leading-edge drag and downforce figures. The FF’s aerodynamic efficiency – scientifically defined as the ratio of its drag coefficient Cd (0.329) to its downforce coefficient Cl (0.200) – is 0.608, the loftiest figure ever achieved by this type of automobile.

FF’S BODYWORK

The engineering in the tail section of the FF is equally noteworthy, with extensive aerodynamic research, computer simulations and wind tunnel testing involved in perfecting such important minutia as the air vents that alleviate pressure in the wheel arch area. These vents reduce wake turbulence using the base bleed effect, eliminating a portion of the automobile’s drag. The twin air outlets on the bumpers divide the air flow to minimize both the wake’s size and depression

FF’S BODYWORK

The FF’s three-channeled rear diffuser optimizes air extraction from the underbody, while showcasing two innovations: An airfoil boosts the diffuser’s extraction capacity while increasing the downforce,
anchoring the rear of the automobile to the road by way of a slight curve in the middle channel; And the inverted or concave design of the side channels to ensure the depression area is consistent along the undertray’s width. The FF’s chassis is also a remarkable feat of engineering, the foundation of a refined, spacious cabin where driver and passengers are cocooned within aprotective shell that meets or exceeds safety standards of both the current day and the coming regulatory changes in 2015.

FF’S BODYWORK

The refined lines of the FF’s body hide its lightweight aluminum spaceframe construction. The careful selection of different alloys ensures each and every component performs at maximum efficiency, reducing weight while delivering exceptional performance. This innovative chassis was developed in tandem with the FF’s bodywork, a complicated engineering task that resulted in a 10% reduction in weight when compared to the previous generation chassis, while increasing the torsional rigidity by 6%.

Innovations

4rm

The 4RM is an innovative four-wheel drive system, completely new and patented by Ferrari, that relays torque to the automobile’s wheels.

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It differs from a conventional front-engine four-wheel drive system and allows Ferrari to keep the classic delivery method of a single driveshaft powered by the rear transaxle, perfect for the FF’s mid-front engine location. The FF’s new Power Transfer Unit, or PTU, drives the front wheels when necessary. Situated over the front axle, the PTU transfers torque to the wheels directly from the engine. The advantages of this layout include:

• A 50% reduction in weight in comparison to a conventional four-wheel drive system, dramatically boosting the
FF’s performance by increasing the power-to-weight ratio.
• A lower center of gravity, plus an optimal weight distribution where more than half the automobile’s weight rests
on the rear axle despite the mid-front engine location.


As the central mechanical component of the 4RM, the PTU regulates the difference between wheel and engine speeds.

It carefully controls the quantity of torque delivered to the front wheels of the automobile, dividing it up as needed between each side. Powered by the engine’s crankshaft, the PTU drives torque to each front wheel through independent carbon-fiber oil-bath wet multi-plate clutch packs attached to half-shafts. The front and back axles are kept mechanically separate, each having its own independent traction system. The result? All the thrill of driving a powerful rear-wheel-drive performance vehicle is delivered to the driver.


The FF’s multi-disc clutches facilitate different rotational speeds of both the rear and front axles and each front wheel, a function delivered in conventional 4WD systems by the front and center differentials. The FF’s front clutches are also fully independent, engineered with torque vectoring functions to enable the delivery of variable torque to each wheels as required. The PTU is exceptionally compact, measuring a mere 170 mm in length, which contributes to the 50% weight savings of the entire 4RM system versus a conventional 4WD system.

One final thing to note: The FF’s hydraulic gear and clutch actuation system is engineered right into the PTU, together with Ferrari’s unmatched F1 Dual Clutch gearbox, allowing the FF’s gear-shift times to be measured in the milliseconds, boosting performance and responsiveness to sensational levels.

Powertrain

The power, the muffled roar – there’s no mistaking the Ferrari lineage of the FF’s engine

Undeniably sporty, the FF’s extreme performance is partially cloaked by a veneer of four-seater comfort and drivability. The technology embedded throughout the automobile is impressive, anchored by an entirely new mid-front-mounted 6,262 cc GDI V12 that produces exceptional figures across the entire range of engine speeds: 651 bhp at 8,000 rpm, a specific output of 103 bhp/l , a weight-power ratio of 5.9 lb/bhp. Torque is also delivered in spades to allow unprecedented flexibility: 503 lb-ft at 6, 000 rpm, with over 360 lb-ft available from 1,000 rpm up to 8,000 rpm (virtually across the entire range).

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The FF tops out at 208 mph and takes a mere 3.7 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph.

A multitude of creative technical solutions make these figures possible. The FF incorporates such innovations as a high pressure GDI (200 bar) and Split Injection Control to ensure precise fuel pulverization and a perfect mixture of air and fuel up to 8,000 rpm. Ferrari’s engineers also built in the loftiest compression ratio (12.3:1) in the FF’s segment, plus a reed valve scavenge system that cuts losses due to windage caused by the pistons’ own pumping action. To minimize friction, advanced materials were used in the design of the camshaft, pistons and piston rings. The FF’s combustion control system utilizes ionization currents, an approach that elevates engine power while improving fuel consumption and lowering CO2 emissions to levels thought unattainable for an automobile of this type.

This notable result is attributable to our holistic engineering approach, where systems from one end of the automobile to the other were fine-tuned or completely revised to maximize efficiency. These factors include the incorporation of our High Emotions-Low Emissions, or HELE system, with Stop&Start – which turns off the engine at stops, restarting it upon demand in a mere 230 ms – plus a refined gear shift pattern, smartly-programmed control of the engine fan, always-on fuel pump capacity control and intelligent monitoring of the air-conditioning compressor displacement. Together, these solutions lowered fuel consumption to a mere 15.4 liters per 3.9 mi and CO2 emissions to 579 g/mi, a 25% improvement upon the previous generation of Ferrari V12s.

The V12 engine’s intake and exhaust sounds were finessed through the manipulation of materials and geometries, emphasizing the FF’s performance-focused character while maintaining the aural comfort of the up-to-four occupants. Within the automobile, the engine’s powerful sound is precisely muted, conveying Ferrari’s tonal signature without being overly intrusive. Outside, those fortunate enough to be in the vicinity of a driven FF will recognize in an instant the unique sound of an automobile bearing the mark of the Prancing Horse. It is not noise: It’s an anthem for drivers everywhere.

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Versality interior

The interior of the FF is designed for exceptional performance as well, but in the areas of comfort and allure.

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The FF has the best cabin space and occupant comfort in the segment, thanks to four generous body-hugging seats that ensure each of the FF’s four occupants will enjoy the same standards of ride comfort and access to the on-board equipment.

The boot size is unprecedented for this kind of car: 450 litres. However, it is also extremely versatile as both rear seats can fold down separately, upping its volume to over 800 litres.
This means, for example, that four occupants can take four standard-size trolley cases, two golf bags or two children’s strollers with them.

The central section of the rear seat can also be folded down to accommodate particularly bulky items such as a large golf bag or two pairs of skis. In other words, four people can go away in the FF for a long weekend break in complete comfort.

By simply folding down one or both of the rear seats, however, luggage space and versatility increases and two occupants could easily enjoy a month-long road trip in the car. In its two-seater configuration, the FF can be used to stow any kind of hobby or leisure activity equipment imaginable, including two full sets of diving gear or sailing kits, for instance.
This really is the most accommodating car one could desire – the front seats comfortably accommodate taller occupants up to and over 1.95 cm (just under 6 ft 4.7 in.) and up to 185 cm (6 ft 1 in.) in the rear. And they’ll be as comfortable as in their own lounge.

THE BIG DIFFERENCE BEING, OF COURSE, THAT SITTING IN A COMFORTABLE CHAIR BESIDE A ROARING FIRE, THEY WON’T BE ABLE TO POWER ALONG AT UP TO 208 mph.

The FF is a car that makes driver and passengers alike feel very much at home. Its cabin also includes no less than 20 litres of smaller storage compartments for the kinds of odds and ends occupants might like to bring with them on longer trips.

There is dual-zone climate control too for added comfort, and all four occupants have a generous number of independently adjustable air vents at their disposal. For the first time the front seat passenger will also be intensely involved in the driving experience as a new front emotion display screen can be ordered as an optional extra. Like the instrument panel, this shows the car’s speed, rpm and gear as well as journey travel time and mileage, average speed, top speed reached, and Manettino setting selected.

If ordered, the display is fitted into an enclosed section with a USB connection that can be used to charge smart phones or connect their own multimedia devices to the onboard infotainment system.


THERE ARE ALSO PLENTY OF ENTERTAINMENT FEATURES THAT CAN BE ORDERED AS OPTIONALS TO KEEP REAR SEAT PASSENGERS AMUSED ON LONG JOURNEYS.

The rear seat infotainment system has remote control, two sets of cordless headphones, a 6-DVD player, a digital terrestrial TV tuner and audio/video input for multimedia devices. Owners may also upgrade from the already excellent standard onboard stereo system which has a 640 watt 9-channel amp to a truly spectacular system with a high efficiency 1,280 watt 16-channel stereo system with QuantumLogic® Surround Sound.

The independent, high-containment seats easily accommodate four adults, all of whom enjoy the same space and comfort features. The front seats are electric and can be adjusted to adapt to differing body sizes and driving conditions using the electrohydraulic side and lumbar controls and memory settings. They can also be heated or ventilated (each to three levels).


ONCE BEHIND THE WHEEL, THE DRIVER WILL FEEL INSTANTLY AT ONE WITH HIS OR HER CAR.

Years of research by Maranello’s engineers, Ferrari’s track experience and on-going dialogue with its F1 drivers who have driven the cars to victory around the world have enabled the company to hone each individual detail and refine every area of ergonomics to ensure that the driver remains perfectly at ease regardless of whether he is simply out for a relaxing Sunday spin, or clocking up the laps on the track. This is what Ferrari calls the Man-Machine Interface, the effortless melding of man and car.

Every single control and all the car’s main functional data are instantly to eye and hand at all times and in all conditions. In fact, because they are ergonomically positioned on the steering wheel, the main controls feel like a natural extension of the driver’s hands, obviating the need to lift his or her hands off the rim when shifting gears or when making any other adjustment to the car’s systems.

Aside from the Manettino, which offers a choice of five different vehicle dynamics settings, the steering wheel also features the engine Start button, indicators, the two F1 gear-shifting paddles (Up and Down), the suspension decoupling button to decouple shock absorber settings from the other manettino configurations for softer damping on uneven surfaces, and windscreen wiper controls.

The new instrument panel features the traditional rev counter, which also tells the driver what gear the car is in, set between two high-resolution 5” displays. The left-hand display lists the main vehicle status data as well as VDA (Vehicle Dynamic Assistance) output which shows the controls active in any given Manettino setting. Trip computer and parking sensor information are also featured. The right-hand display shows the speedometer (a choice of analogue or digital readout), the main infotainment data and images from the front and rear parking cameras.

There satellite pod to the left of the steering wheel manages the on-board instrument panel, itself located directly in front of the driver. The centre console houses the F1 panel and its dynamic controls: the Launch Control button which sends maximum torque to the ground for spin-free, high-performance starts in all conditions, including snow and ice; reverse, and the Auto button to put the gearbox in automatic.

The FF’s new infotainment system is the result of an evolution of the Man-Machine Interface. It features: a 6.5”, high-contrast display with touch screen control; a Bluetooth connection with Audio Streaming, to allow occupants to wirelessly listen to music from their own multimedia devices; a sat nav with maps and 3D views; voice command function; two USB connections; and a display with alphanumeric keypad for phone dialling. It is also fully compatible with new-generation iPods and iPhones.

The main functions are available either at the touch of a fingertip or through voice commands: drivers can simply order the system to make a telephone call or select a predetermined road route. The display graphics have been completely redesigned to make them user- and reader-friendly. All of which makes the FF feel very much like home. Except a little faster, of course… Just a little.

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THE FF DELIVERS EXHILARATING PRANCING HORSE DRIVING PLEASURE AS IT EFFORTLESSLY COPES WITH LOW GRIP SURFACES, HANDLES BEAUTIFULLY IN ALL KINDS OF CONDITIONS.

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Owners will be able to experience its power and sophistication on all kinds of terrain and conditions too, courtesy of Ferrari’s patented new lightweight 4RM (four-wheel drive). The F1 dual-clutch gearbox combines the unadulterated driving pleasure of a sequential gearbox with the comfort of an automatic one. Gear-shifting times have been cut to zero and the drop-off in acceleration typically experienced with manual and electrohydraulic gearboxes has been completely eliminated.

The E-Diff is now integrated into the gearbox casing itself, a solution that has helped reduce the car’s overall weight. Ferrari’s first ever four-wheel drive system actually shares a CPU with the E-Diff and F1-Trac.

This fact, combined with instantaneous grip estimation on any kind of surface, guarantees perfect driveability and handling even when conditions are so poor that the rear-wheel drive can no longer send enough power to the road. This is the kind of situation drivers typically find themselves faced with on extremely slippery icy or snow-covered surfaces.


DYNAMIC VEHICLE CONTROL IS MANAGED FIRST AND FOREMOST BY THE EVOLVED GT MANETTINO ON THE F1-DERIVED STEERING WHEEL.

It has five settings:

  • ESC OFF which disables all traction and stability control systems;
  • SPORT to enhance driving pleasure in high grip situations;
  • COMFORT for maximum stability and easy of use in high grip situations;
  • WET & ICE-SNOW with electronic controls specifically calibrated for maximum stability and ease of use in low and very low grip conditions.

THE EVOLVED GT MANETTINO ALSO CONTROLS THE SCM3, THE THIRD GENERATION OF THE FERRARI MAGNETORHEOLOGICAL SUSPENSION SYSTEM.

The latter uses a fluid the viscosity of which is altered by an electronically-controlled magnetic field generated inside the damper. Control software adjusts the intensity of the magnetic field every millisecond. Thanks to the SCM3, damping is now five times faster than with conventional shock absorbers.

The FF also has ABS/EBD, the anti-lock braking system which intervenes individually on all four wheels. The ESC (Electronic Stability Control) also intervenes during braking on all four wheels independently. The E-Diff, on the other hand, distributes torque to both of the rear wheels while the race-derived F1-Trac traction control system manages the torque to the rear axle. Lastly, the 4RM Control integrates the F1 Trac + E-Diff + PTU control functions, and manages both traction and stability by distributing exactly the right amount of torque to each of the four wheels, thanks to seamless integration of all the systems.

The predictive software logic that underpins the 4RM Control estimates grip. For the first time on the FF, it covers all possible driving conditions from ice to dry track surfaces. Grip estimation was first used in motor racing and then developed for road cars. It also underpins the F1-Trac system and allows the FF to instantly and accurately estimate the maximum amount of torque that each wheel can transmit to the road without wheel spin occurring. What this means in practice is that 4RM Control always guarantees maximum traction regardless of the road conditions, because it independently distributes the maximum amount of torque that can be transmitted to each individual wheel.


The 4RM Control works on the principle that torque is only sent to the front axle when absolutely necessary i.e. when the driver needs more torque than the rear axle can deliver in a given grip situation.
When the driver requires less torque than the maximum amount transferable by the rear wheels in a specific grip condition, then traction is controlled by the F1-Trac but on the rear wheels only.

The E-Diff then works to ensure the optimal distribution of the torque to the rear wheels in the various situations that can arise, such as a partial locking of the differential coming out of bends (as is already the case with the 458 Italia).

When the driver needs more torque than the rear axle can deliver, the extra torque is transferred by the 4RM Control to the front axle via the PTU.

THE 4RM CONTROL ACTUALLY DISTRIBUTES THE TORQUE COMPLETELY INDEPENDENTLY TO THE FRONT RIGHT AND LEFT WHEELS.

This means that drive only goes to the front wheels when the FF’s weight distribution combined with the F1-Trac and E-Diff controls alone aren’t enough to transfer the amount of torque required by the driver to the road, i.e. in all low and very low grip conditions in which the driver still demands performance driving from the car. The 4RM Control features multiple logics specifically developed for the various low and very low grip conditions the FF may be faced with.

When accelerating out of bends in low grip conditions, the F1-Trac, E-Diff and PTU work together to distribute maximum torque to each individual wheel for optimum performance. However, torque is transmitted to the front wheels only in a balanced, progressive way to guarantee maximum stability.

The system can also recognise under- and oversteer situations and variations in grip. It instantly corrects them by modifying the amount of torque transmitted to each wheel. Once again, this guarantees maximum stability.

The 4RM Control also has a specific high-performance start logic optimised for low and very low grip surfaces integrated into the Performance Launch feature active in all Manettino positions. This recognises the amount of grip available to each individual wheel and then sends the maximum amount of torque it can to the road without causing wheel spin. The result is that the car can achieve smooth maximum longitudinal acceleration in all grip conditions without wheel spin. This is very different to conventional 4WD systems in which wheel spin during standing starts is controlled by the ASR and/or by locking the differentials.

Thus, the 4RM Control redistributes torque to the wheels but doesn’t act as a brake as it does with systems used by our competitors. The result is that performance is still optimised in all grip conditions and traction is maximised to the benefit of longitudinal acceleration.

This translates into improved stability, handling and control on the limit as well as superb high-performance starts from a standstill even on snow-covered inclines.


Braking is perfectly controlled too, by the Ferrari Pre-Fill logic which activates the pistons in the calipers when the driver takes his foot off the accelerator pedal, helping to reduce response times.

The result: shorter stopping distances, better pedal feel, less drag and lower fuel consumption. The FF’s new suspension features traditional double wishbones at the front (with lower L arm) and a redesigned multi-link system at the rear.

This boosts transverse and vertical rigidity by 20 per cent. It also enhances handling and that sporty driving feeling, thanks to extremely fast response times, a more direct steering ratio (-20 per cent) and absolutely minimal body roll. Longitudinal flexibility has been tripled too, resulting in lower suspension noise and even more efficient absorption of bumps and asperities. The FF is also the first car in the Ferrari range to sport third generation Brembo carbon-ceramic material (CCM) brakes.

THE PRINCIPAL INNOVATION HERE IS THE NEW MATERIAL USED FOR THE PADS WHICH HAS ALLOWED DISC DIMENSIONS TO BE REDUCED BY 10 PER CENT, DESPITE THE FACT THAT BRAKING PERFORMANCE HAS NOT JUST BEEN MAINTAINED, BUT IMPROVED UPON.

This is courtesy of a higher and more stable coefficient of friction between caliper and disc, and greater stress-resistance.All of this translates into lighter weight with the same impressive, fade-free performance, lower maintenance costs, and shorter stopping distances. The brake pads now also last seven to eight times longer than those of the previous generation which means that they will probably never need to be replaced in the car’s lifetime under normal conditions.

Specifications

V12 ENGINE

Completely new mid-front-mounted 6,262 cc GDI V12 that delivers unprecedented performance and responsiveness at all engine speeds: 651 HP at 8,000 rpm.

MAXIMUM POWER

651 HP

at 8000 RPM

ACCELERATION 0-62 MPH

3.7 SEC

4WD

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Length 193.2 in
Width 76.9 in
Height 54.3 in
Wheelbase 117.7 in
Front track 66.0 in
Rear track 65.4 in
Kerb weight* 4145 lb
Dry weight* 3946 lb
Weight distribution 47% front - 53% rear
Boot capacity 15.9 cu ft
Fuel tank capacity 24 US gal
Front 245/35 ZR 20 8.5 J x 20"
Rear 295/35 ZR 20 10.5 J x 20"
Rear Winter 285/35 ZR20 10.5 J x 20"
Front 15.7 x 1.5 in
Rear 14.2 x 1.26 in
Type V12 - 65°
Total displacement 6.262 L
Bore and Stroke 3.70 x 2.96 in
Horsepower** 486 kW - 660 CV at 8.000 rpm
Torque 504 lbs/ft at 6.000 rpm
Maximum revs per minute 8000 rpm
Specific Output 77 kW/litre - 105 CV/litre
Compression ratio 12.3:1
Maximum speed 208 mi/h
0-62 mph 3.7 sec
0-124 mph 11 sec
62-0 mph 114.8 ft
* European market version
** Engine power is expressed in kW, in accordance with the International System of Units (SI) and in CV for reasons of homogeneity. The horse power (hp) can be calculated as follows: 1
*** Combined cycle with HELE system (ECE+EUDC)
Fuel consumption City 11 Highway 16
CO2 Emission 579.3 g/mi

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