2016 Ferrari FF Teased Before 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Feb 5 2016, 12:52pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

2016 Ferrari FF Teased Before 2016 Geneva Motor Show
  • Ferrari releases updated teasers of FF before Geneva show!

The teaser for Ferrari FF shows an updated front with slimmer headlights resembling silver eyebrows.

The Ferrari FF was first introduced to the world at the 2011 Geneva Motor show. For the 2016 Geneva Motor show Ferrari will present an updated version of the FF.

A teaser of the Ferrari FF was released to prepare for the Swiss show. The teaser of the updated Ferrari FF shows the front of the vehicle. The teaser show the Ferrari FF has adopted slimmed-down headlights with a silver eyebrow.

An early teaser of the Ferrari FF was previously released at the Lake Como’s Villa Erba on February 15. The current teaser design matches featured on the invite for the private showing.

The brash look of the current Ferrari FF will be replaced by a cleaner, more elegant design in the update. The teaser also indicated FF will have new vents and metal stakes at both ends of the car.

The mechanical updates of the Ferrari FF are still a mystery. It is expected the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V-12 will remain. But the engine may have an updated output up around 700 horsepower.

The current model of the Ferrari FF has a 651-hp rating. The 4RM all-wheel-drive system is also expected to be retained in the new FF. But the system may have revisions to enhance performance.

Although Ferrari has not confirmed if they will reveal the update at the Geneva Motor Show. Many analysts have been speculating the time is ripe for a new updated Ferrari FF. Since all the clues point to the conclusion.

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