Why You May Be Selling the Ferrari FF Short

Ferrari FF

There is more to love about the Ferrari FF than there is to loathe, with those who have a distaste for the machine focusing on the outward shooting brake appearance. While the exterior is a turn-off to some, it is difficult to find fault with the power components and performance capacity of the Ferrari FF. It can not only equal other V12 supercars, it can surpass most thanks to a few intricate features that others lack.

Call it a hot hatch, a shooting brake or a rather sophisticated family car–the Ferrari FF is a rival to many with superior power. Though she may look different from her siblings, the FF still drives very much like a Ferrari supercar, with the added advantage of the ability to take on various weather conditions like snow and ice! Try doing that in a Ferrari 458 Italia or a California. It is simply not common for a V12 supercar to have the capacity to drive in all-weather conditions, making this specimen a special one, indeed. read more

Ferrari FF Hot Hatch Features Apple Siri and iPad

Ferrari FF

The Ferrari FF hot hatch just got a bit warmer! Moving forward, the new model years will all come equipped with Apple’s Siri and iPad minis as standard amenities. This makes complete sense for a 4-door family oriented Ferrari, after all, the kiddos of today all have one thumb in a hard drive at all times!

The Ferrari FF hatchback is an all-wheel drive four-seater wonder that left jaws on the pavement around the world following its debut. While initially stunned, many have come to love the quirky new Rari. The rear-seat entertainment package will feature Apple’s intelligent Siri and its handy iPad minis to keep the show on the road. The iPads will be installed in the back of the headrests, one on each side. That is right, no more fighting over iPads! I assume Siri will assist the kids with operations, as they will certainly not be able to reach the iPads from their seats. read more

Paris Auto Show Ferrari FF Features Panoramic Roof

Paris Auto Show Ferrari FF

Ferrari has been busy publicizing its jaw-dropping FF hatchback, including feats like invading Maranello. This year, the Paris Auto Show Ferrari FF with a panoramic roof took center stage and has clearly created a stir.  Initial reactions to a Ferrari hatchback were predominantly shock, though once absorbed, the FF has actually gained a bit of traction in world markets.

This year’s FF is decidedly sleeker and less hatchy

The panoramic roof on the 2013 Ferrari FF runs the length of the vehicle and is comprised of a special reflective glass (LowE). The glass provides a genuine open-air convertible feel without the unwanted elements. Aside from blocking wind and rain, the glass roof allows more light to enter the car, showing off its awesome cockpit! read more