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Ferrari FF Unveiling Video

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Last night Ferrari officially unveiled the new FF shooting brake during a ceremony in Maranello. They are still yet to release some proper images and videos of the car, but here’s some footage from the unveiling somebody has uploaded to the web!

It is apparently filmed from the big screen and therefore has crappy quality, but you will get a good view of the car which will keep you amused until the official material is released. There are also some pictures of the ceremony available for you to see below. UPDATE: Video replaced with the official HQ version!

Refresher: Ferrari FF is the first production four-wheel-drive Ferrari and it is also the first mass produced shooting brake vehicle the Italian sportscar maker has come up with. It seats four in a luxurious but rather complicating cabin and is powered by a 660 hp and 683 Nm 6.2 liter V12 unit mated to a double-clutch gearbox. The car also gets an infotainment system, another first for Ferrari, and by the looks of things a camera system for outside view like that of the new Range Rover! Does all this mean Ferrari has come up all soft? Let’s wait and see.

Pictures via TeamSpeed and Omniauto

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