The Fast and Furious franchise stands out as one of the most unrealistic of all time. But what scene most perfectly encapsulates its fantastic implausibility?
Predating the FF by 25 years, the 408 was conceived in 1987 in order to promote a nascent Ferrari-branded engineering consultancy, similar to long-running operations ran by Porsche and Lotus.
Vorayuth Yoovidhya, 27-year-old heir to the multi billion-dollar Red Bull fortune and co-owner of Thailand's Ferrari importer, was arrested today for a heinous-sounding hit-and-run involving his new Ferrari FF and the Thai motorcycle police officer he allegedly collided with and then dragged some distance down a…
Remember that Ferrari FF on the ferry you saw earlier heading to the prestigious Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance? Here's how not to unload it.
For less than $2K you can convert your Ferrari FF to run on E85, raising the pathetic 650 stock horsepower to a more respectable 875 hp. On top of that, you'll apparently cut emissions by 80%. It's the "green" grand touring supercar.
Last month we told you about the special edition Italian Shooting Brake that would be on all of the Christmas lists of whoever actually buys exotic cars from luxury department store catalogs. Upon going on sale the 10 limited edition Neiman Marcus Ferrari FF's were sold out within 50 minutes.
There's been some debate as to whether the three-door, AWD Ferrari FF hatchback was a proper Ferrari. The debate is over. One of the $300,000 cars caught fire and burned to the ground during a test drive. Yup, it's definitely a real Ferrari! UPDATE!
Come and take a ride in the new Ferrari FF with auto journalist Bil Magasinet — whoever the hell he is — as he straps a camera to his head at a press drive in Italy.
The chaps at CAR magazine discovered the difficulty of talking to the camera while simultaneously driving a car when they crashed their Ferrari FF while trying to do just that. UPDATE!
Now that we've seen the 612-replacing Ferrari FF up close, its shooting-brake, hatchback, kammback comportment does appear to be an avant garde comment on the two past decades' patent truckification of motoring. Ah, who are we kidding. It's super dope.
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!
New photos of the Ferrari FF show off the V12-powered shooting brake testing its new F4M four-wheel-drive system in Finland/Sweden (below). They also included a shot of the car in the "elegant" Grigio Ferro Metallic Grey (above).
This is it. This is Ferrari's first four-wheel-drive model, called — the FF (Ferrari Four). The new Prancing Stallion with the super-sized rear end will replace Ferrari's 612 Scaglietti flagship. See, told ya it'd be a shooting brake.