Does The FF Stand For 'Ferrari Flambé'?

A $349,000 Ferrari FF ($840,000 in China after you take into account currency valuations, import fees and taxes) burst into flames on Saturday in Shanghai, reports Car News China, joining so many of its 458 brethren.

The Wenzhou City News reports that the FF was just going through traffic when others on the highway noticed smoke and then flames coming out of the car. Firefighters didn't arrive quickly enough and the car was almost completely destroyed. No one was injured.

Sadly for Ferrari, this isn't the first FF to go down in flames, nor is it China's first taste of Prancing Stallion flambé.

Photo Credit: The Wenzhou City News

Does The FF Stand For 'Ferrari Flambé'?


Photo Credit: The Wenzhou City News

Does The FF Stand For 'Ferrari Flambé'?


Photo Credit: The Wenzhou City News

Does The FF Stand For 'Ferrari Flambé'?


Photo Credit: The Wenzhou City News

Does The FF Stand For 'Ferrari Flambé'?


Photo Credit: The Wenzhou City News