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new Ferrari FF to be revealed at geneva Motor show
Posted by allsportauto on Friday, January 21 @ 20:36:51 CET
Ferrari Ferrari reveals what will be undoubtedly one of the stars of the next  Geneva Motor show, the new Ferrari FF.  
Whereas lamborghini has made use of the four wheels motor coach for a few years on all the models of its range, Ferrari proposes this variation a car of most singular. A half-compartment station-wagon of shooting brake which makes us think at the Romeo Brera. 
Baptized FF for Ferrari Four this integral transmission Named 4RM is a first at Ferrari. 
This Ferrari FF will not  create a new segment within the range of Ferrari but would replace  612 Scaglietti. 
Pininfarina offers a drawing with lines to us more tended directly inspired of the 458 Italia., This GT 2+2 can by its dimension and its form in shooting brake to accomodate under optimal conditions four people with a trunk of 450 liters
 With 1790 kg, a distribution of the weight of  47% in the front and 53% in the back and the new integral transmission, new Ferrari FF should offer a behavior of more making safe and effective and will make it possible to benefit the best from 660 ch delivered by V12 of 6l3.  
To perfect its Ferrari equipment the FF have brakes Brembo ceramics,  ceramic suspensions and a robotized box F1 with double clutch. 
The ratio weight-power is established to 2,7 kg/ch and the 0 to 100 km/h would be swallowed in  3,7 seconds for a maximum speed of 335 km/h. 
With the news  integral transmission, the consumption with a mixed consumption of 15,4 liters to the 100 km.
Length: 4,90 m 
Width: 1,95 m 
Height: 1,38 m
 CO2: 360 g/km.  
Cost Not known
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