Apr 26, 2011


FF "Ferrari Four"

  • Apr 26, 2011
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  • Ferrari Four and brazenly featured model will probably cost around $ 300,000 when it reaches U.S. ports by the end of October this year. It's cheap. Why keep a $ 173,200 Porsche Panamera Turbo S, a Corvette $ 39,680 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4, $ 111,100 ZR1, and $ 21,200 Ford Transit Connect in the disk full of people when you can save money and the garage, so out with all-wheel drive ingenious and rare 651-horsepower Ferrari FF and call it a day? Besides, why buy a house when you can have all the comfort and the room was inside the FF? Leather is an option and succulent [pronounced Schedoni] SKE-DOH-nee luggage set constructed in the same cache is around $ 10k.

    We are not aware that some of those who can afford to FF - along with legions of poor people, who want to simplify the delights of the BMW xDrive model or something - is exuberant singing (usually in written form, curled away from the burrows computer) on what cruelty FF Ferrari is a brand and heritage. We have only one thing to say, before we can tell you more things: I put it in your ear. FF is a brilliant move for a company that, frankly, to make a small lane and have it more difficult to sell the car with a V12 engine with a dream, no matter how big you can do or how well they are designed. Thinking of a world without the active sales of the Ferrari V12 will make us sweat out of concern for humanity.

    And because it was a challenge for anyone who sells cars 12 cylinders lately, any new V12 is due to the engine and power. That said, even the 6.3-liter "F140 EB V12 sits amidships in FF has a number of sophisticated improvements. The scores for the V12 engine of the FF are about the F 612 Scaglietti F133 5.7 liter 536 horsepower and displayed in its history. The 6.3-liter has more in common with the 611-V12-661-horsepower 6.0-liter inline to 599. Just add 200 psi with direct injection and new reed valves in the dry sump oil not to return to the pistons. Voila! 651 horsepower and 504 lb-ft of torque and 15
    percent less fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

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