Geneva 2011: Ferrari FF

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It wouldn't be the Geneva Motor Show without a Ferrari. And fortunately this year, the Italian automaker has revealed what is perhaps their most controversial vehicle in a long time (if not ever). The 2012 Ferrari FF, revealed last month, is currently making on display for the first time at Geneva and reaction is still mixed. Although it's a Ferrari with its V12 engine, it's the four wheel drive and shooting brake design that truly set it apart.

The Pininfarina-designed grand tourer replaces the aging 612 Scaglietti and comes equipped with a naturally aspirated direct-injected V12 that produces 651 hp and 504 lb-ft of torque. Power is distributed to all four wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that's similar to the one in the California and 458 Italia. Top speed is a supposed 208 mph and a 0 to 60 time of 3.7 seconds. Ferrari is claiming the FF can seat up to four occupants comfortably - even for extended road trips. Different can be good. It remains to be seen whether different can also be classic.

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