Ferrari's video for the FF shows a test mule, a car with a somewhat different body than seen in the final photos. The video is meant to show off the car's all-wheel-drive system.
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The FF uses a new engine from Ferrari, a direct-injection 6.3-liter V-12 producing 651 horsepower and 504 pound-feet of torque. The headlights of the FF have the look of those on the 458 Italia, while the grille design is reminiscent of Maserati.
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This coupe design is unique for Ferrari, far from the 612 Scaglietti, an earlier four-seat coupe. Ferrari boasts about the FF's 16 cubic feet of cargo space.
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The FF is the first Ferrari with an all-wheel-drive system. Ferrari says the system is 50 percent lighter than a typical all-wheel-drive system, and works in tandem with the car's electronic stability systems. The FF also comes with a magnetic active suspension.
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The FF shows a pretty radical shift in Ferrari styling, but much of this design was presaged in the Ferrari California, such as the curved rear fenders and the deep side contours.
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According to the video Ferrari released, the FF mule was tested in Argentina, France, Italy, Sweden, and Finland.
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Ferrari performed a lot of testing on snow-covered roads so it could tune the all-wheel-drive system and related road-holding electronics.
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The mule has the same headlights as the production version. Ferrari put cladding over the roof to disguise the swept-back rails.
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Although covered in test equipment, it is possible to see some of the dashboard in this video still. The FF uses Ferrari's F1-style gearbox, so there is no clutch pedal.
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This video still shows the instrument cluster, similar to other Ferrari models with the tachometer center, speedometer right, and a small color LCD to the left. The LCD can be used to display navigation and vehicle information, such as tire pressure.
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