The first-ever all-wheel-drive Ferrari is taken to winter driving school in Colorado to examine just how well it handles a bit of snow.
For anyone who desires to own a supercar with respectable road-handling abilities and enough room in the back to fit two adults comfortably, there's really only one possible answer: the Ferrari FF. With its shooting-brake body-style and all-wheel-drive system (both Ferrari firsts), the FF may be unlike anything the Italian automaker has done before, but at the end of the day it's still a pure Ferrari. Power comes from a 6.3-liter V12 that's good for 651 horsepower and is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.
In this latest episode of Motor Trend's Ignition, host Carlos Lago gets behind the wheel of the FF for a little winter driving in snow-capped Colorado. Judging by the smile on his face as he takes it through the snow, the FF is just as much fun off pavement as it is on.