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Ferrari FF

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Driving tour prices from €0


The Ferrari FF has been in production since 2011 but still remains in the Ferrari model range, which makes us think it has proved so many of us wrong. When Ferrari first announced they were building a four-seater car that was all-wheel drive, the response was not only positive. Now we believe the car has proved even those in doubt wrong, and there is still a market for grand tourers with supercar performance.

Despite the shooting-brake body style with only two doors, the two rear seats are large enough to comfortably accommodate also adults. Leg space might be a little limited for rear seat passengers, but when you sink in to that deep leather seat, more like a seat from a luxurious private jet than an automobile, the comfort is guaranteed.

Although we can not think of a reason why you should not experience the 651 hp naturally aspirated direct injected 65° V12, we think the main reason for choosing the FF over the slightly more powerful F12berlinetta is the space. If you have a small family and benefit from two extra passenger seats and more space for luggage, but still want to tour in an extreme supecar that both feels and sounds like a pure Ferrari, FF is the model to go for.

Official site: auto.ferrari.com/en_EN/sports-cars-models/car-range/ff/

Specifications:

Model year: 2011-present
Seats: 4
Engine: 6.3L naturally-aspirated V12
Max power: 660 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Max torque: 683 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: 3.7 seconds
Top speed: 335 km/h
Drive: All-wheel drive
Transmission: 7-speed F1 DCT
Boot space: 450L

Drive it here:

From France (grey):
Provence & Grandes Alpes - 5 days
Côte d'Azur & Monaco - 5 days
Supercar Week on French Riviera
Min. age 21 years | Deposit €20,000

From Italy (red):
Tuscany & Porto Ercole - 5 days
Italian Lakes & the Alps - 6 days
Supercar Week in Tuscany
Min. age 19 years | Deposit €15,000