There are cars … and then there are Ferraris. I know it’s a cliché, but every car I have driven that bears the prancing pony badge has felt different, special. None more so than the Ferrari FF, a truly unique take on the grand-tourer breed, a vehicle type created for the most discerning and power-thirsty buyer.
Yes, there are other V12 grand tourers out there, like the Aston Martin Vanquish. And there are also all-wheel drive V12 supercars, too, like the Lamborghini Aventador. Each is a wondrous thing, in its own right. But each has shortcomings owners must overlook to truly enjoy the car. Not so, the Ferrari FF.
Unlike its relative competitors, Ferrari hasn’t simply added a supercar engine to a grand tourer or supercar kit to a luxury coupe; it’s literally reshaped what a four-wheel drive GT can look and act like.