Substitute of the FF (launched in 2011), it retains the original “shooting-brake” bodywork (two-door coupé, but with an extended roof and station wagon tail) that allows it to offer uncommon habitability between high performance: the two rear seats, winding and sunken but not uncomfortable, are correctly sized even for adults, and their lowerable backrests allow you to expand the boot from the normal 450 liters capacity up to 800.
Luxury materials and finishes embellish interior impression corsaiola: compared to the previous model, the steering wheel (with carbon fiber vanes to manually operate the seven-speed robot gearbox) is slightly smaller in diameter; the dashboard is always dominated by the tachometer with a yellow background, but the dashboard shows, in the middle, a new touch screen of 10.25 “able to simultaneously display different contents for rider and passenger (Split View function).
To this is added a second display, on the right of the dashboard, which shows the passenger data (speed, gear engaged, engine revs, lateral acceleration in the curve) useful to live even more in first person the thrill of being on board this car. The 4RM all-wheel drive system, which already fitted the FF, has evolved into the current 4RM-S, which adds the four steering wheels driven by electronics: this supercar (able to go from 0 to 100 km / h in 3 , 4 “and to reach 335 km / h) knows how to be docile when you go for a walk, but turns into a real beast if you whip the 689 hp of the mighty 6.3-liter V12 (aspirated and direct fuel injection) , which project in the blink of an eye at speeds incompatible with roads open to traffic. But it is certainly not less the version equipped with the California Turbo T8 V8 (with power output to 609 hp) and the only rear-wheel drive: about sixty kg lighter than the V12 and also equipped with the integral steering system, ” pay “less than 20 km / h top speed and only one tenth more in the shot from 0 to 100 km / h.