Ferrari FF Makes Us Green with Envy

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An unusual paintjob it may have, but as grand tourers go, there’s nothing better.

Better suited to a Lamborghini or another supercar with an extreme design, the matte green livery and glossy alloys seen here on the Ferrari FF is the exact same color and wheels that featured on the 599 at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Although many may prefer the standard Ferrari red, once you get behind the wheel of the front-engined 6.2-liter V12 with 650hp and a 3.7 second 0 to 62 mph time, you really won't care what color it is. Photos courtesy of Speedin via autogespot.

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