Ferrari Is About To Give Its Most Controversial Car A New Look


You probably know just the car we're talking about.

It’s said that a new Ferrari FF will be shown at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este next month. Damn, that event's name is a mouthful. In case you were wondering, it translates to “Competition of Elegance of Ville d’Este” in English. This is an event that showcases vintage cars and possibly their snooty owners. The event will be at Lake Comoin northern Italy, for those rich types aching for a vacation. You'll remember that last year we got our hands on some spy shots of a new Ferrari FF test mule out and about.

For those of you that forgot, you can tell from photos taken a year ago that the front bumper has been given air inlets, and the rear is expected to be different as well. What’s really exciting is what has been done to the engine. The FF’s 6.3-liter V12 is likely to receive a power upgrade which is always nice. There should also be a new version of Ferrari’s innovative two-transmission 4RM AWD setup and a shiny new eight-speed gearbox. Not only that, but there may be an entry level FF sporting the twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 found in the California (and tuned to sit in the 488 GTB). It should be a very exciting debut for the new FF, even if it is accompanied by a bunch of old cars and a long string of Italian syllables.

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