i hated the panamera when i saw pictures of it.. seeing it in real life left me breathless (maybe i'm exaggerating a bit)
so you know what, i won't say anything about this design until i see it in person, maybe at an auto show or something..
it's definitely grown on me since the first page
More Photos of Ferrari's SP FFX – Interior Looks Even Gaudier….
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As it turns out, those shots we shared of the Ferrari SP (for Special Project) FFX earlier today were only the tip of the iceberg, because plenty more have been discovered circulating around the web.
Ferrari evidently showed the one-off FFX that was created for an unnamed client at a special event in Tokyo, this past February.
Reports from Japan, as well as the new pictures, appear to confirm that the FFX is indeed a two-seater version of the 2+2, shooting-brake-style Ferrari FF with a coupe roofline and some provocative color choices for both the exterior and perhaps even more so, the interior that uses a mix of black, red and blue leathers.
We also learned that the Special Projects model by Ferrari maintains the donor car's 651hp (660PS) 6.3-liter V12 engine mounted up front and the brand's patented 4RM four-wheel drive system that engages the front wheels by choice or when necessary on low grip surfaces.
Ferrari FF Burns Up in the Middle of the Road in Hong Kong
The onslaught of Ferrari supercars eaten up by flames continues at an alarming rate – especially if you take into account the comparatively low sales figures of the Italian company that delivered fewer than 7,000 units last year. The latest victim is an all-wheel drive Ferrari FF in Hong Kong.
Local media reported that the car suddenly caught fire right after leaving the Aberdeen Tunnel linking Happy Valley and Wong Chuk Hang – one can only imagine what would have happened if the fire occurred inside the two-lane tunnel.
Luckily, no one was hurt, with firefighters quickly arriving at the scene and extinguishing the fire before it devoured the entire car.
An investigation is pending, but the pictures show that the fire started from the front end of the FF that houses a 6.3-liter V12 engine.
This isn't the first fire-related incident with the FF, as we've seen a car burin in Germany and another one in China.