Ferrari FF

Ferrari FF
Ferrari FF

Although we all love a little luxury, only a small minority of us can enjoy the extreme level of luxury that certain vehicles offer. The likes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley are renowned for the luxury that they offer to their customers however throughout the years a lot of other manufacturers have produced vehicles just as luxurious.

The vehicle that we are going to take a look at today is the Ferrari FF. Introduced in 2011, the grand tourer has made its debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.

It had a 6.3-litre F1400 EB V12 engine upon launch and was capable of reaching a top speed of 208 mph (335 km/h).

Although the vehicle didn’t really introduce anything particularly innovative when it came to the design, it did feature a number of elements not usually found on Ferrari cars. A large egg-crate grille could be found in the front and four exhaust tips could be seen in the back. Many compared the shape of the FF to that of the 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Drogo race car.

Inside, the vehicle was just as luxurious as on the outside. The collapsible rear seats allowed for a boot capacity of around 450 litres to 800 litres, which is uncommon for a Ferrari.

The FF is a great example of a vehicle that offers a level of luxury only a small minority of people can enjoy. Priced at an insane $300,000, the vehicle remained in production for 5 years, however in 2016 production of the FF will end.

The car’s replacement, Ferrari GTC4Lusso is scheduled to appear at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next month, after which it will enter production.

How do you feel about people spending ridiculous amounts of money on luxury cars? Would you purchase an expensive car if you had the money? Let us know.

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