When the Ferrari FF replaced the 612 Scaglietti, its all-wheel-drive system was met with mixed reactions. Until then a Ferrari was rear-wheel-drive, and anything but actual practicality for day-to-day driving. Since its launch, the Ferrari FF has now emerged to be one super practical supercar, and a very usable daily driver.
Priced $449,990 drive away, this 2012 model is loaded with optional features making this feel like quite the steal with only 14,322km’s being put on during the first three years of its life. Today, to buy a new FF with no options you can expect to pay around $700,000 but this model comes with the following added:
- Carbon Fibre Dashboard Inserts
- Carbon Fibre Central Bridge
- Carbon Fibre Steering Wheel + LED shift lights
- Brake callipers in Giallo Modena
- Tachometer in Giallo Modena
- Scuderia Ferrari Shields
- Daytona Style Seats
- Front and Rear parking sensors
- Rear parking camera
- Bianco stitching to seats
- 20″ Forged Diamond Rims
- Anti-Stone Chipping
- Privacy Tinting to Windows
- Front Grill with Chromed Edges
- Ferrari Rear Seat Entertainment
However, it wasn’t really the options that made us lust for this car. It’s White on Black exterior colour scheme matched with the Black interior making it stand out in its own special Ferrari way.
Why the Ferrari FF?
Well, we’d suddenly start finding reasons for road trips, supercar snow trips would be now possible thanks to the AWD system, the practical boot that can fit a Mountain Bike with the rear seats folded down and because who doesn’t like a Ferrari bread van?
If you’re actually in the market, check out the listing here and if you do end up buying it, can we please “borrow” it from you? http://www.carsales.com.au/dealer/details/Ferrari-FF-2012/OAG-AD-4716845/?Cr=0
Fantasy Friday Buys: Because it’s Friday and if we could purchase one car with our imaginary unlimited wallets this is what we’d be adding to our garage tomorrow.