Key Ferrari FF Specs
A stunning four-seat Grand Tourer with a shooting brake body style, Ferrari FF’s specs showcase the impressive performance and engineering that goes into every Prancing Horse. But with more interior space and an all-wheel-drive system, this GT sports car is more practical than your typical supercar, despite its impressive performance bonafides.
- Engine: Naturally aspirated 6.3L V12
- Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifters
- Horsepower: 651 hp @ 8,500 rpm
- Torque: 504 lb-ft @ 6,000 rpm
- Acceleration: 0 – 62 mph in 3.7 seconds
- Top Speed: 208 mph
With a top speed of 208 mph and the ability to leap from a standstill to 60 mph in just 3.7 seconds, nobody is questioning the FF’s credentials on the track — but it’s a practical vehicle, too, and that has more to do with its inclusion of all-wheel drive. With ample room for both driver and passenger, as well as two rear seats, this is a Prancing Horse that can serve as a daily driver. And since those rear seats are collapsible, you can take advantage of up to 28 cubic feet of cargo space when running errands around Chicago.
The FF cuts a stunning profile on the track or the highways of Indianapolis and Milwaukee, but, like all Prancing Horses, its shape is the result of meticulous engineering. Extensive simulations and wind tunnel testing went into perfecting the way in which the FF slices through the air. Air that enters the engine compartment makes its way out through side vents, with external air flows channeled along curves around the taillights and over the roof.
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