As you know the Ferrari FF premiered at the Geneva Motor Show last week, and according to recent statement made by the company’s CEO, Luca di Montezemolo, the 800 exemplars that were planned for production in 2011 have already been sold out.
The Ferrari FF price is 260,000 Euro, and besides the 660 HP 6.3-litre V12 engine fitted under its bonnet, the new model has also been equipped with the company’s first four-wheel-drive system (4RM – 4 ruote motrici).
We all know the advantages of a four wheel-drive system and some of the basic principles on how it functions, but if you want to find out in depth details explaining how the 4WD system on the Ferrari FF works, then hitting the play button on the video below would be an excellent idea.   
Watch the video with the Ferrari FF 4WD system after the jump.

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Video: Ferrari FF 4WD System 

Source: Ferrari