2015 Ferrari FF
The 2015 Ferrari FF remains an outlier, but those very reasons why it’s an outlier make it a must-have in any collector’s garage, whether the collection is one of sports cars, Ferraris, or just rare luxury cars. It’s the only Ferrari in the brand’s history that’s been conceived from the outset to be a shooting brake, and the first one to have had a special four-wheel drive system developed for it.
It may have all those practical things, and look just a half-step from a concept car to some eyes, but it brings all the sensations of a Ferrari from behind the wheel. It has the same exclusivity and gravitas, too.
The 651-horsepower, 6.3-liter V-12 whirs with just the right amount of bravado up to about 3,000 rpm, provided you keep your right foot light on the accelerator. Use the manual mode and paddle-shifters, as you should with the F1-derived gearbox, and as you near 5,000 rpm it emits a glorious roar. Stick it out to around 8,000 rpm, and it’s a guttural howl—all as the car, somewhat miraculously, seems to have no issue with traction.
Exterior Color: Black
Engine: Premium Unleaded V-12 6.3 L/382
Fuel Type: Gasoline Fuel
MPG (City): 11
MPG (Highway): 16
Transmission: 7-Speed Auto-Shift Manual w/OD