Ferrari FF Concept: New Images And 4WD System Explained

2012 Ferrari FF in the desert

2012 Ferrari FF in the desert

We have seen the Ferrari Four on different studio shots, in motion on snowy roads and also live in Geneva.

Ferrari has now released a new set of images, showing the FF in the Abu Dhabi. In addition there are new studio shots, revealing us the interior of this new supercar from Maranello.

And finally we have a video below, explaining Ferrari’s new 4RM all-wheel drive system. According to Ferrari, the 4RM (Ruote Motrici) is 50 percent lighter than a standard all-wheel drive system, as the power transfer unit takes its torque directly from the crankshaft while two separate multi-plate clutches drive the front wheels independently.

The Ferrari Four seats four adults and is powered by a mid-front mounted 660bhp 6.3 litre V12 engine coupled to a seven-speed double-clutch gearbox, that sends power to all four wheels. 0-62mph comes in just 3.7 seconds, and the top speed is 208mph.

Ferrari plans to build 800 FF models a year, with the first year of production already sold out.


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