The last few days I have read many articles and posts about wonderful new car companies that are presenting their product to the world, like FF and Lucid Motors. FF, I just read, secured 64 thousand deposits, while pricing is still unclear.
We’re thankful for direct-port nitrous injection, four-core intercoolers, ball-bearing turbos and titanium valve springs. And of course, family. Here’s hoping you can enjoy yours this week.
When I first saw the strange front-end wrap-job and guys inside fiddling with gadget-looking things, I thought this might be some fellows planning some kind of cannonball run, but then I saw the manufacturer plates.
It’s basically an FF with a new, fancier name. It retains the wonderful 6.3 litre V12 with around 690 hp to play with. It looks sensational with the 488 GTB front treatment.
Longer 3 minute trailer makes me more like "OMG SO EXCITED".
Random after the jump.
Motor Trend FF Honda battle featuring: claims that cannot be backed up.
So my uncle just sent me a few pictures. He's doing a weekend test of a Ferrari FF to see how he likes it. This might mean he's not getting an F12 or a Ford GT like he was considering, but this is an okay alternative. I guess he's looking for a good winter beater and the RWD 2 seaters don't really fit the bill.
AtlasM's post inspirited me to look up weird colors on FFs. I now can't get over how good this looks!!!
the back end of the FF just makes me... HNNNNGGGG ITS SEXY.
See you all tomorrow
I totally would, paint it anything but flat black and you have a fun summer car (maybe classy up those rear wheel arches).
… a post for the hipster in all of us. Drift videos inside.
Do you remember this Jalopnik's article on a new special project Ferrari based on the FF? Here it is!
AutoCar seems to think the new Ferrari patent drawings are of a California, contrary to those points made by our own Raphael Orlove that suggest it's based off the FF chassis. It's being called the SP30, with SP standing for Special Project, so we may just be speculating over a simple special order and not a…
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Yes, yes, Yahoo articles are stupid. I know. But I can't stop reading them just for the lols. This, for example, is Yahoo's advice for "Best Hatchback".