• What about a Ferrari FF for $5,700

Us personally we do not like the Ferrari FF and would not pay even a cent for it. But we are sure there will be lots of people interested in this model. However, until we will finally see the car on the streets, Ferrari is offering a limited edition of just 199 models at 1:8 scale. That if you have a 4150 euro on your pocket (or about $5,700 at the current exchange rates). Each model in limited edition of 199 models is sold with a certificate of authenticity and a numbered plaque on the base indicating that this is a unique edition.

The Ferrari FF is powered by a 6,262 cc direct injection V12 engine that delivers an impressive 660 HP at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 503 lbs-ft 6,000 rpm. With this impressive power, the FF will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3,7 seconds and will hit a top speed of 208 mph.


Source: Ferrari Store

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  (553) posted on 04.28.2011

Well, this car is quite amazing and I don’t think that we still need to discuss about the price since its already sold out.

  (1) posted on 04.27.2011

I agree on this design because it’s became a car for families. It’s so beautiful and I love it.

  (531) posted on 03.4.2011

What the, $5700 for a model of a car that is not even on the streets yet? I would rather wait until Tamiya or Testors releases a licensed model for less than a hundred bucks.

  (398) posted on 02.28.2011

But for me, I think Ferrari is worth to be called an iconic automaker. For the past few years their technology is getting better and better. But sadly, I just mourning for their lament

  (402) posted on 02.28.2011

I’m a little bit disappointed on the wheel. Based from what I’ve known Ferrari makes the best wheel ever. Now each new model seems to be uglier than the one before it.

  (38) posted on 02.28.2011

Is this a statement on how dumb Ferrari thinks its customers are, or a statement on how dumb they actually are? I guess we’ll have to wait to see if people buy this crap or not (that statement can apply to the car or the model). I’d pay $5700 for the car, but not the scale model.

  (401) posted on 02.27.2011

I would say, though, that there have been quite a few polarizing designs of late, but if you don’t take risks, all your cars end up looking the same.

  (762) posted on 02.27.2011

I disagree, I think this car looks much better than the car it is replacing. I would just tone down the headlights a bit and make the grill look a
little more modern.

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