There's very little we know about the Ferrari FF's new 4RM (four-wheel drive) system and magnetorheological damping system, and how they all work together with its stallion-sized 6.3-liter V12 powertrain. But at least now we have photos!
We know the 4RM system supposedly weighs 50% less than a conventional four-wheel drive system, maintaining a rear-biased weight distribution (53 per cent over the rear axle).
We also know that powering all four wheels is a naturally-aspirated 6.3-liter V12 direct injection engine, with 651bhp (at 8000 rpm) and 504 lb-ft of torque. That's enough to motivate the 3,946 lb. FF from 0-to-62 MPH in 3.7 seconds, with a top speed of 208 MPH.But that's really all we know.
We don't know much more today, but at the very least we were able to snag some sneaky shots of the super-assed supercar's new suspension today from 35 feet away and behind ropes and stanchion ahead of tomorrow's first press day of the Geneva Motor Show. Take a look through these few shots and see what you can see.
We'll obviously have more, better and more-detailed shots tomorrow when we're able to get closer to it than 30 feet away.