The Ferrari FF, with its name standing for Ferrari Four, is a shooting-brake 2+2 grand tourer by Ferrari produced as their first production all-wheel-drive model.
The Ferrari FF is the successor to the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti grand tourer. "FF" stands for "Ferrari Four", for the four-seater capacity and the four-wheel-drive system. The Ferrari FF marks the first time Ferrari produces a road vehicle with a four-wheel-drive system (4RM). The Ferrari FF is the only Ferrari wagon coupe in the Asphalt series.
The Ferrari FF uses a 6.3L (6,262 cc) F140 EB 65° naturally aspirated V12, producing 651 hp (660 PS; 485 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 504 ft·lb (683 Nm) of torque at 6,000 rpm. It propels from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.7 seconds and has a top speed of 208 mph (335 km/h).
The Ferrari FF shares the design language of post-2009 Ferrari vehicles, including the pulled-back headlights introduced in the Ferrari 458 Italia and the twin circular taillights introduced in the 458 as well as the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano and Ferrari California.
In 2016, the Geneva Motor Show brought forth the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, which is the successor to the FF.
The Ferrari FF requires 220 Stars to unlock.
The Ferrari FF is a Tier 5 vehicle, and is the prize of Career Cup 8. It costs 700,000 Cash.
The Ferrari FF was added in the Fuel Events Update (v1.4.0) as a Class A car and one of the first Class A cars with a higher-than-normal price.
The Ferrari FF's acceleration, while not the slowest, certainly isn't the fastest, either. The FF, on the other hand, has a very high top speed, higher than most Class A cars except the RUF RT 12 S. Nitro for this car is considered moderate, as is the efficiency. The Ferrari FF's biggest flaw is its poor handling, attributed to by its weight and size; with these traits combined, the FF struggles at taking corners effectively.