Ferrari FF Already Has a 18-Month Waiting List

Ferrari officially launched the Ferrari FF at the Geneva Motor Show this week and according to What Car? there is already a 18-month waiting list.

The Ferrari FF is Ferrari’s first ever four-seat four-wheel-drive model. It’s powered by a 651 horsepower 6.3L V12 and it reaches 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds. Although the FF wasn’t officially launched until this week, Ferrari has been showing off the car at private events. Those private events are the reason that Ferrari has already received over 1,000 orders. That’s great news, but unfortunately Ferrari only has the capacity to build about 800 FFs a year.

The FF officially replaces the 612 Scaglietti and is already selling better than the old model, which only sold 3,000 units in seven years.

Ferrari hasn’t announced the pricing for the FF, but it’s expected to be around $360,000.

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