The Ferrari FF is getting ready to receive a mid-life facelift as test mules of such a model are popping onto the web.
Ferrari will be applying the same recipe as it did with the California and the California T to more models in its lineup, which includes the upcoming 450M and also this facelifted FF. The model in question has been caught on camera recently, by our spy photographers, while it was being tested out in Northern Sweden. Don’t expect any noticeable design changes at this time because this is just a simple test mule but the front bumper seems to have been camouflaged. Besides this, all the lines seem to be identical but chances are a significantly updated body will be see on the final version.
The Ferrari FF facelift is not expected to be downsized like the company has done with the one on the California T and chances are we will still see the same 6.3 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, which is capable of producing 651 HP (485 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 683 Nm (504 lb-ft) of torque, available at 6,000 rpm. Rumor has it that the internal combustion unit will be backed up by a small electric motor, which should bump its total output to 700 HP. Power will still be sent to the complicated four-wheel drive system through the same 7-speed double clutch semi automatic transmission. The Ferrari FF facelift might be unveiled in Frankfurt, this September, or even in early 2016, at NAIAS or Geneva.