Ferrari unleashes its four-wheel drive powerhouse
FERRARI has revealed the first pictures of its stunning new four-seat FF in action.
The V12-powered car is the first Ferrari to feature a four-wheel drive powertrain, which can be seen being tested in the snowy conditions in our picture.
The manufacturer claims the all-wheel drive system weighs 50pc less than some of its rivals, and offers near-perfect weight distribution.
The FF is intended as a replacement for the 2+2612, although it is said to offer significantly more interior space thanks to the shooting brake design.
Its 650bhp 6.3-litre engine should also ensure its predecessor is also outgunned on the track, too. Ferrari claims the FF will rocket to 62mph in just 3.7 seconds via a dual-clutch F1 gearbox.
The new supercar will go on sale shortly after its debut at Geneva.