A video recently uploaded to YouTube is showing a test mule of the Ferrari FF while it was being tested hard on the Fiorano.
We all know that the Ferrari FF is probably the only model which can be driven on a daily basis, except for the California, and it seems that with the updating of its grand tourer and the new 458M in the books, the company is currently focusing on its first four-wheel drive model. The vehicle in question has been spotted testing on the Fiorano track and despite wearing the usual FF body, we might be looking towards an updated version of the model. Keep in mind that this hasn’t been confirmed yet.
The current Ferrari FF has been officially presented to the public back in 2011, during the Geneva Motor Show, and it hit the assembly line in Maranello, in the same year. The model is offered in a 3-door shooting brake body style and it has a front mid-engine and four-wheel drive layout. The FF stands at 4,907 mm long, 1,953 mm wide and 1,379 mm tall, with a total weight of 1,880 kg. It is packing a 6.3 liter naturally aspirated engine under its hood, which is producing a total output of 651 HP (485 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 683 Nm (504 lb-ft) of torque, available at 6,000 rpm. The unit is connected to a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, similar to the one used in the 458, California and F12 Berlinetta.