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    Default Have the designers at Ferrari lost their minds?

    Maybe.

    Maybe not.




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    Huh...... Didn't see that coming
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    I think its awesome. Looks like a cadi in the front and a ferrari from the side, and a subaru on the track Maybe its their answer to the Porsche Cayenne?
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    I like it. Its got some big a$$ brakes.
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    finally a back seat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 88turbo View Post
    finally a back seat?


    Is it a fully functioning hatchback too?
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    this looks awful and a complete knock off of the bmw z3/z5 roadsters which are girl cars




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    I see where they're going with it. It's probably for those with big money, wanting a bad A$$ Ferrari,but,also room to carry the kid and some diapers as well. There's probably a market for them,and that means mo' money.
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    http://jalopnik.com/5739585/ferrari-...astic-rear-end

    http://www.evo.co.uk/news/evonews/26..._pictures.html

    Meet the shock new Ferrari FF, a replacement for the 612 Scaglietti.

    As well as being the first four-wheel-drive Ferrari, it’s described as the company’s most versatile four-seater ever, and has unexpectedly been unveiled with best in class cabin space and boot capacity figures. It’s not a hardcore supercar to sit above the Ferrari 458 Italia, then; it does, though, come with a typically potent power source under that long front bonnet.

    Powering all four wheels for the first time is a naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 direct injection engine, with 651bhp (at a typically howling 8000rpm) and 504lb ft of torque. Those figures are enough to hustle the 1790kg FF (dry weight) from 0-62mph in a claimed 3.7sec, while the top speed is a distinctly supercar-esque 208mph. Though aiming for that four up and full of luggage is probably ill-advised…

    As far as the backseat -- Yes it seats 4 just like it's predecessor did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Demon View Post
    ...V12...
    there's a surprise
    Quote Originally Posted by v8demon View Post
    ...651bhp (at a typically howling 8000rpm) and 504lb ft of torque...
    good god
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