Ferrari FF video review
Harry Metcalfe's latest video diary follows his 2000-mile test of the Ferrari FF
The Ferrari FF is the company’s first four-wheel-drive road car. The four-seater, V12 GT replaced the 612 Scaglietti in 2011, and has divided opinions of Ferrari fans ever since. evo’s editorial director Harry Metcalfe borrowed an FF for two weeks, and over 2000 miles, with the aim of how easy the FF is to live with. His video diary is below.
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