Ferrari has unveiled its first production four-wheel-drive model, a front-engined V12 four-seater GT, not only replaces the 612 two-plus-two coupe, and focused on a new kind of “all roads pulling for all seasons “Ferrari customers.
The new 2012 Ferrari FF is known for its four seats and four-wheel-drive called. It was designed by Pininfarina, under the leadership of their chief designer of Ferrari Flavio Manzoni.
The first Ferrari of the modern age of four full sized adults and their luggage, it will be next month in Geneva Motor Show 2011 will be revealed to quickly identify and purchase.
Ferrari hopes that, especially to buyers who tend to be all-wheel-drive sedans and SUVs for the winter and higher use skis at this time of year.
Revolutionary Ferrari has a completely new, longer wheelbase chassis rides on a new all-wheel suspension, the newest generation of magnetically adjustable shock absorbers and integrated standard Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes.
The all-wheel drive, the right of about 50 percent lighter than comparable applications, protects the rear weight bias of the previous desirable V12 Ferrari. Cried 4RM (for ‘Ruote Motori “), the system is unique to Ferrari, automotive electronic systems seamlessly to direct torque to the front wheels, when demand slippery conditions, but it would be desirable that the car (and lower tax-free) rear-wheel-drive state.
While the FF is more versatile than the traditional Ferrari Maranello counter suggestions that the “soft” by a newly developed 6.2-liter V12 engine with nearly 10 percent and 22 percent more power than the 612th is covered with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
The FF will also acquire the efficiency measures in California to improve, including start-stop-and smart-shop in the economy by about 10 percent. The engine produces 650bhp at 8000rpm and FF 504 lbs ft of torque (up 16 percent) at 5000rpm. Despite this higher power CO2 emissions drastically reduced from 470 to 360g/km (23 percent), while combined fuel economy improves from 13.8mpg to 18.3mpg average significantly.
The 0-62mph acceleration of 3.7sec FF undercuts the 612′s 0.4 seconds, while the maximum 208 hours beats the 612 miles to about 10 mph.
Ferrari claims an impressive curb weight of 3957 pounds for the FF, so she 612-110 pounds. Despite the new wheel-drive system.
This and the fact that the FF is almost identical in length and width of the outgoing 612, (and only 30mm higher) beats Ferrari has managed a major coup packaging, if not a sports coupe will be built.