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Ferrari FF I Carbon I Daytona seats I LED SW

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  • Body Type: Coupe
  • Main Dealer Service History
  • 89,500 Km
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Trans: Automatic
  • Ext color: Nero Daytona
  • Int color: Beige

The Ferrari FF (Type F151) (FF meaning “Ferrari Four”, for four seats and four-wheel drive) is a grand tourer presented by Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari on March 1, 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show as a successor to the 612 Scaglietti grand tourer.
It is Ferrari’s first production four-wheel drive model. The body style has been described as a shooting-brake, a type of sporting hatchback/estate car with two doors. The FF has a top speed of 335 km/h and it accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds.
Ferrari states that the FF was the world’s fastest four-seat automobile upon its release to the public.

Engine:
At the time of its introduction, the Ferrari FF had the largest road-going Ferrari engine ever produced: a F140 EB 6,262 cc (6.3 L; 382.1 cu in) naturally aspirated direct injected 65° V12, which is rated at 485 kW (659 PS; 650 hp) at 8,000 rpm and 683 N⋅m (504 lb⋅ft) of torque at 6,000 rpm.

Transmission:
The FF is equipped with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and paddle shift system similar to the California, the 458 Italia, and the F12berlinetta.

Four wheel drive system:
The FF’s suspension and braking system along with the V12 engine
The new four-wheel drive system, engineered and patented by Ferrari, is called 4RM: it is around 50% lighter than a conventional system, and provides power intelligently to each of the four wheels as needed. It functions only when the manettino dial on the steering wheel is in the “comfort” or “snow” positions, leaving the car most often in the traditional rear wheel drive layout.

Ferrari’s first use of 4RM was in a prototype developed in the end of the 1980s, called the 408 4RM (abbreviation of “4.0 litre, 8 cylinder, 4 Ruote Motrici”, meaning “four-wheel drive”).

This system is based around a second, simple, gearbox (gears and other components built by Carraro Engineering), taking power from the front of the engine. This gearbox (designated “power take off unit”, or PTU) has only two forward gears (2nd and 4th) plus reverse (with gear ratios 6% taller than the corresponding ratios in the main gearbox), so the system is only active in 1st to 4th gears. The connection between this gearbox and each front wheel is via independent Haldex-type clutches, without a differential. Due to the difference in ratios “the clutches continually slip” and only transmit, at most, 20% of the engine’s torque. A detailed description of the system (based on a conversation with Roberto Fedeli, Ferrari’s technical director) has been published.

This particular FF was new supplied by Dutch Ferrari dealer, Kroymans Ferrari BV in September 2011 as the 1st registered FF of the Netherlands. It presents beautifully in its eye-catching Nero Daytona colour scheme and yellow brake callipers. Inside, the beige leather seats are contrasted by allot of carbon fibre parts. Naturally, it has always been expertly cared for by Kroymans Ferrari BV, It is thus offered for sale and ready to be enjoyed to the full by its next owner.

Options fitted to this car:
– Headliner Alcantara Upholstery
– Yellow brake Calipers
– Carbon fiber central area
– Carbon Fiber Driver Zone + Steering wheel with LEDs
– Carbon fiber for central tunnel
– Exterior sill kick in carbon fiber
– Dashboard inserts in carbon fiber
– Daytona style Seats
– HELE – High Emotion Low Emission
– “Scuderia Ferrari” Shields
– Front and Rear Parking Sensors
– White rev counter
– Full-electric seats
– Color upon request for leather rear shelf
– High Power Hifi System
– Color upon request for special stitching
– Alcantara® upholstery for upper zone

The car has a valid Dutch registration and comes with APK (like MOT/TUV/CT).

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