2014 | Ferrari | FF
2100 miles | $150,100 – $165,900
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This car is absolutely beautiful, inside and out. All scheduled maintenance is up to date. Sounds fantastic. Very comfortable interior. Extremely low miles - Only 2,100 miles since new, with a new two-year Ferrari warranty on a new engine replaced at 1800 miles by the Ferrari dealer. Looks and drives like new. This is an Arizona car. Original MSRP 356k. Panoramic roof. Diamond stitched seats. Carbon steering wheel. Passenger display. Flawless service records available by local Ferrari dealer.
- Paint Color: Bianco Avus
- Wheel Finish: Matte
- More than 1 set of wheels?: No
- More than 1 set of tires?: No
- Front Tire/Wheel Size: 245/35/20
- Rear Tire/Wheel Size: 295/35/20
- Exterior Description/Details:
The Ferrari FF, or “Ferrari Four,” represents several milestones in the evolution of Ferrari. It was the first to have all-wheel drive, the first “hatchback” — though Ferrari probably prefers the term “shooting brake” — and thanks to that raised roofline is considered a true four-seater rather than just a 2+2, with backseats that can accommodate adult humans rather than just small children or weekend luggage. Speaking of luggage space, the FF has 15.9 cubic feet in back with the seats in place, and 28 cubic feet with the seats folded down. This example is finished in Bianco Avus and was optioned with the panoramic sunroof, 20” forged dark painted wheels, black brake calipers, Scuderia shields, outer mirrors with black inserts, and sport exhaust, and has been driven a mere 2100 miles since new. Think of it as a worthy successor to the one-off Breadvan from the 1960s, but at less than 1% of the price. And this one has air conditioning.
- Seat Color: Nero
- Contrast Stitching: Yes
- Carpet Color: Nero
- Passenger Capacity: 4
- Seatbelt Color: Nero
- Dashboard Color: Nero
- Headliner Color: Nero
- Wood Elements: No
- Carbon Fibre Elements: Yes
- Brushed Aluminum Elements: Yes
- Steering Wheel: Carbon+Leather
- Interior Description/Details:
The interior is finished in Nero leather with white contrasting diamond stitching, and embroidered Prancing Horses on the headrests. The carbon fiber and leather steering wheel houses functionality for driver modes, suspension settings, and engine start/stop, as well as headlights, windshield wipers, and turn signals. LED lights across the top of the steering wheel let the driver know how quickly redline is approaching, and when to engine the paddle shifters. Passengers in this FF won’t need to guess just how fast the car is traveling, thanks to the optional passenger display letting them know just how terrified they should be.
- Engine Location: Mid-Front
- Aspiration: Natural
- Hybrid: No
- Horsepower: 650
- 0 – 60 MPH (0 – 62 MPH/100KPH): 3.7
- Top Speed: 208
- Torque: 504
- Transmission Type: Automatic
- Forward Speeds: 7
- Drive Wheels: All Wheel Drive
- Paddle Shifters: Yes
- Engine Description/Details: Just because it is a four-wheel-drive station wagon doesn’t mean Ferrari have forgotten what makes the brand special. Under the hood you’ll find a 6.3-liter V12, which produces 650 horsepower and 504 lb-ft of torque and propels the car from 0-62 in about 3.7 seconds. This engine was replaced under warranty by the Ferrari dealership, and only has about 300 miles accrued as well as a two-year extended warranty. The four-wheel-drive system was developed by Ferrari in-house, and is only engaged when the driver has selected Comfort or Snow on the manettino dial on the steering wheel, and works from first through fourth gears out of the seven available in the dual-clutch transmission. With just 2100 miles, four-wheel drive, and up to 28 cubic feet of cargo room, this FF would make a perfect daily driver for the adventurous new owner, no matter where they live.
Paradise Valley, Arizona
Quirks and Secrets
This was Ferrari's first four-wheel drive production car, and had the largest displacement engine Ferrari had produced up to that time (6.3 liters).