Ferrari’s first all-wheel drive vehicle, the FF, is getting ready to receive a facelift over the next couple of years and it is believed to gain an updated engine.
Ferrari is playing in multiple fields these days and it has rear-mid engined and rear-wheel drive supercars, front mid-engine and rear-wheel drive supercars, hybrids and even an all-wheel drive model, the FF. According to a recent report, published by Car Magazine, the Ferrari FF is getting ready to receive a mid-life upgrade in terms of a significant facelift which should be introduced sometimes in 2016.
In the updated version, the Ferrari FF is believed to produce up to 700 HP and the four-wheel drive system will be revived. An entry-level variant of the shooting brake is also expected to be offered, being powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine from the California T and from the updated Ferrari M458-T (458 Italia facelift), connected to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.
In terms of styling, the 2017 Ferrari FF is believed to be quite different than the model already available for order and we will also see some new technologies added to it, along with a fresh interior design and an improved infotainment system, with the Apple CarPlay. More details on the updated FF are limited for the moment and will probably be announced close to its unveil.