What is the first thing that pops in your mind when you hear the name, “Ferrari”? Most people think of those red, mid-engine sports cars or those classic GT cruisers with front mounted V12 engines. But what about those all-wheel drive, four-seat, three-door station wagons producing 660 HP?
Because it is not the typical Ferrari, in 2011 when Ferrari presented the FF, everybody was stunned. It was more of a hot hatch than a pure thoroughbred Gran Turismo in shooting brake form. The FF proved to be quite popular, so they built over 2,000 in its five-year production run at $300,000 apiece.
This was the first Ferrari road car featuring a shooting brake/wagon form and all-wheel drivetrain. But it must have been a slap in the face of Ferrari purists. However, it was also a great road car and a true upscale shooting brake.