Not the ideal drifting machine, what with its two tons and four-wheel drive, but what does a 650hp V12 have to say about that?
Most Ferraris would make for some epic drifting - particularly the front-engined models - but as the first Prancing Horse with all-wheel drive, the FF might not seem like the ideal drift machine. That, however, hasn't stopped Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe from finding out first hand. Aside from its advanced AWD system, the FF is also hampered by its two-ton mass. However the four-seater shooting brake does have a monstrous 6.3-liter V12 at its disposal, delivering 651 horsepower and 504 lb-ft of torque through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Sutcliffe thinks he can get the FF to drift, and after turning off the traction control and messing with the settings he does his utmost to get the Prancing Horse smoking and sideways. Watch the video to see how he gets on.