Would You Drive a Ferrari Hatchback?
I can’t think of anyone who buys a Ferrari for its family-friendly look and cargo room.
But if you’re someone who would . . . your moment has finally arrived. This month, Ferrari will start delivering its first ever HATCHBACK. The car is called the Ferrari FF. “FF” stands for “four seats, four-wheel drive.” And even though it’s a family car in theory, it’s still a Ferrari . . . with a 6.3-liter V12 engine and zero-to-60 in 3.7 seconds. The sticker price starts at $370,000, and even THEY know they’re probably not going to get that many buyers . . . so they’re only manufacturing 800 to be sold worldwide.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo is the chairman of Ferrari. He says they decided to make the car because, quote, “Ferrari used to be the car you kept in your garage, took out to polish and show, and put back into the garage. “Today, people want to do more with a car.”