After taunting us for quite a while, Ferrari has finally revealed the official details on their new Ferrari FF, an acronym for Ferrari Four. The new Ferrari FF GT sports car concept is expected to make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and a production version will be out by 2012. Ahead of its debut next month Ferrari has released some pictures of the car in action in the snow. The FF is the successor to the famed 612 Scaglietti and so it had it to be better in every aspect, and it is!
While everyone is eagerly waiting for Ferrari to release some revealing pictures of the new four-seater all-wheel drive FF sports car, a bunch of ‘out of curiosity’ pictures by an artist might want Ferrari to think about bringing such a version of the car in the near future.
The new Ferrari Four concept has been officially announced and the super car is set for debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The model is said to be the replacement of the 612 Scaglietti and has been styled with combined features from the 458 Italia, California, and 599 GTB Fiorano.
Renault has reaffirmed that its engine formula for 2013 will even out the playing field in the auto industry. This was following suggestions that its existing 2.4 liter unit was not in the same league as that of Mercedes and Ferrari.
Inspired by supercars, Hyundai may introduce a Sonata Turbo at the SEMA Motor Show. Although the company hasn’t revealed detailed specifications, they have hinted that the design of the car is actually inspired from Ferrari, Mercedes and Porsche.