Beneath that appealing, shooting break-like design, the grand tourer has a more powerful engine and, for the first time, an all-wheel drive system that made it a peach to use even during the winter.
Flat out, the FF can hit 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.7 seconds from a standstill and go up to 208 mph (335 km/h). It’s powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 shared with several other cars made in Maranello, including the GTC4Lusso, with 651 hp (660 PS / 486 kW) and 504 lb-ft (683 Nm) of torque.
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The example that you’re about to see carving the canyons on the clip below isn’t stock. In fact, it paid a visit to Novitec, where it received a power upgrade, although we’re not sure about the exact numbers. In any case, the tuner offers an ECU remap and a stainless steel exhaust system that boosts output to 679 hp (688 PS / 507 kW) and 517 lb-ft (701 Nm) of torque.
FF owners who wanted a bit more could have went for two other engine upgrades, with Novitec promising 684 hp (694 PS / 510 kW) and 522 lb-ft (708 Nm) of torque, and 692 hp (702 PS / 516 kW) and 527 lb-ft (714 Nm) of torque, respectively.
The extra power is accompanied by a body kit, new alloy wheels and a customized interior with more leather and carbon fiber trim.