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Ferrari
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The New York Times
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Ferrari Mondial
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V8 engine
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Shooting-brake
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Pininfarina
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Four-wheel drive
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Ferrari FF

Knowledge Identifier: $Ferrari_FF

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Ferrari FF

Ferraris first production four-wheel drive model add

Category: Business (14)

Launched in 1962.

Countries: Italy (50%), (38%), United States (13%)

Main connections: Ferrari, The New York Times, Ferrari Mondial

Linked to: Ferrari, Pininfarina

 

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1962

The shooting brake configuration is a departure from the conventional wedge shape of modern Ferraris, and the FF has been likened to the similarly-shaped 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Drogo race car add something


2007

Designed under the direction of Lowie Vermeersch, former Design Director at Pininfarina, work on the shooting brake concept initially started following the creation of the Sintesi show car of 2007 add something


2011

Shooting-brake - In 2011, The New York Times described the newly introduced Ferrari FF as a shooting-brake

 

Four-wheel drive - The Ferrari FF introduced in 2011 features a unique system called "'4RM"', which does away with the heavy center differential and instead attaches a smaller, second transaxle that draws power from the front of the engine

 

Ferrari 612 Scaglietti - The & Ferrari 612 was replaced by the Ferrari FF in 2011


2012

Ferrari Mondial - As of 2012, the V12 FF along with the $V8 (V8_engine) California are the company's only 4-seat vehicle offerings, but both of these are front engined, leaving the Mondial t as the most modern 4-seat, mid-engined, Ferrari yet produced


2014

The Ferrari SP FFX, introduced in 2014, is a one-off based on the FF. Its most notable feature is its custom body that features a more traditional coupé rear end in place of the FF's shooting-brake tail add something