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Ferrari launched its FF supercar in 2011, at the 81st Geneva Motor Show.
The car was revolutionary in the Ferrari world since it was a truly 4-seater, had a usable trunk, an all-wheel-drive system, and a front-mid engine.
The design is signed by Pininfarina and the big 450-liter (16 cu-ft) trunk can be extended to 800 liters (28.25 cu-ft) by folding the rear seats down. This means that the FF offers a lot of luggage space, for long trips.
The FF is stuffed with innovation, not only for the direct-injected gasoline V12 engine. The seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox is F1-style with paddle shifting. The engine has 660 hp and a maximum torque of 683 Nm (503 lb-ft). This combination allows the supercar to get a 0-100 kph (0-62 mph) sprint in 3.7 seconds and get a top speed of 335 kph (208 mph).
The Ferrari FF also guarantees this exceptional performance on terrain with very low grip coefficients, thanks to Ferrari’s own patented 4RM four-wheel-drive system. Torque is delivered mainly by the rear wheels, but the PTU (Power Transfer Unit) transfers to the front wheels when necessary on low grip surfaces.
The Ferrari FF enhances in-car enjoyment for all four occupants. Other features include a rear-seat infotainment system with two screens and a 1,280 Watt sound system.