If rumours are to be believed then Ferrari's only all-wheel drive (AWD) FF is going to receive a new body style soon. Even after being in the market from quite a while, many Ferrari lovers are still unsettled with the styling of the FF supercar and its relatively unique shooting brake or stretched hatchback body style.
In fact, a well-known British journalist took the criticism to another level by saying, 'all Ferraris are aesthetically pleasing, works of art on four wheels. But that's not the case, as Maranello has come up with some ugly designs over the years. The FF is definitely the ugly duckling of its generation, though that hasn't stopped people from buying it.'
Reported to launch later this year or most likely early next year, Ferrari plans to cut the boot of FF shooting brake to give it a more elegant stance. As the name suggests, the supercar will lose the rear seats and receive a slightly modified front fascia and new side air vets along with a stylish coupe styled roof.
The Ferrari FF Coupe will be identical beneath the skin to the normal FF, equipped with a 6.3-litre V12 engine delivering 651 horses of power mated to a 7-speed double-clutch semi-automatic transmission, transferring power to all four wheels. FF's all-wheel drive system, dubbed 4RM, is around 50 percent lighter than a normal all-wheel drive system and it provides power intelligently to each wheel as necessary.