Video: Ferrari FF Road Debut in the Alps

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In order to fully demonstrate the capabilities of the new Ferrari FF, the Italian automaker has chosen an appropriate (if not unusual) location. Instead of a racetrack, Ferrari brought two of the cars to the top of Plan De Corones in the Italian Alps that's normally only accessible by ski lift. Since that method can't handle the weight of a car, Ferrari called in the Italian Air Force for the use of a CH-47 Chinook and a Augusta 205 cargo helicopter.

The helicopters came from the Air Force's Viterbo 1st Regiment Antares and 4th Regiment Altair, stationed in Bolzano. Enjoy the video!

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