Ferrari FF | Detailed Look

By - March 7th, 2011

As far as pedigreed supercar manufacturers re-embracing the shooting brake profiles, Porsche pretty much took all the heat with the Panamera. That vehicle hasn’t ruined anyone’s image of Porsche, so the market was already tested – and shown to be receptive – for Ferrari‘s foray in to shooting brake designs with the FF. Like it’s Italian cousin the Panamera, the FF has a massively muscular haunch, which gives the vehicle a sense of momentum, and a decent amount of trunk space. Images of the new model, though, have been fairly scarce, but Ferrari did just release a new batch, in conjunction with the vehicle being displayed at the Geneva Motor Show. These latest images span climates; partially shot against a snowy night background, and partially shot against a landscape of sand dunes – possibly in the same location as the new Ferrari World Abu Dhabi Theme Park. The images showcase the versatility of the FF – desert driving is presumably not recommended in a 599 GTO. The interior also gets a close up in these shots, which show some appealing looking leather. Check out the gallery after the jump, via: Autoblog.


The quality of writing on this site leaves much to be desired, read muscular hunch, not haunch. The facts need some checking too, the Panamera is German, not Italian as suggested.