2012 Ferrari FF
Many top-end two-door sports cars claim to be many things, but in truth, most are only really good at being one thing, the very thing they were designed to be – thrilling cars … but withlimited practicality.
Enter the Ferrari FF, the first shooting brake from Maranello that changed what a high-performance sports car can be and delivered on its promises with an exclamation mark!
Ticks the boxes
Powerful V12 engine up front with enough kilowatts to power an outback pub in peak summer: Tick.
Genuine four-seater with the back row actually a comfortable place for adults with legs and anyone taller than 100 cm: Tick.
Rear storage area that can actually hold more than an overnight bags and with seats folded down can easily swallow a golf bag and buggy: Tick.
Any road, any condition, any weather, all-wheel grip for maximum safety, fun and driveability: Tick.
Ability to produce up to four sets of dinner plate-sized eyes with a 0 – 100 km/h time under four seconds: Tick.
While Ferrari performance is a given, the interior of this FF needs to be commended. The beige leather cabin is soft and sumptuous with black stitching and prancing horse logos on all four headrests providing a lovely balance.
The FF was a 700K supercar when launched. This meticulously maintained example is close to new and represents astonishing value at a snap over 300K. Needless to say, this example offered on Zagame Collection meets stringent Ferrari Approved standards.