A Ferrari FF has been caught on camera while it was burning on the side of the road in Frankfurt, Germany, after being test driven by a 44 year old man who managed to get away unharmed.
Recent reports of the incident say that the 44 year old man has taken the Ferrari FF for a drive test when he heard a loud noise and flames started rising from the rear end of the supercar. The driver got away unharmed but the FF was completely destroyed.
The unfortunate event happened in Frankfurt, Germany, and just when Ferrari seemed to be on top of the wave with its FF, by launching a winter driving test in Aspen, Colorado, and the supercar being previewed in this edition of the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, this incident slapped the Italian automaker directly in the face.
As a reminder, the Ferrari FF is a four-seater featured with all-wheel drive and powered by the 6.3 liter V12 engine which is developing 651 HP at 8.000 rpm and 683 Nm of torque (504 lb-ft) at 6.000 rpm, mated to a seven-speed double-clutch semiautomatic transmission with paddle shifters.
You can watch the video with the Ferrari FF burning on the side of the road in Frankfurt, Germany, below.