Not many family cars can go from 0-100km/h in 3.7 seconds and top out at 335km/h, yet here we have an entirely usable Ferrari that does just that. Sure, it’s a niche vehicle, and how many of us will be willing to fork over a pallet-load of cash for a Ferrari which isn’t a sports coupe or convertible? But the FF is a pleasure to drive, thunderously quick, and, with that ‘wagon’ back, you’ll never blend into the crowd. Plus the included servicing for seven years is a real bonus. And, with the Ferrari FF, the family doesn’t have to stay behind and miss out on all the fun.
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