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Wheelsandmore Ferrari FF Tuning Kit

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013:

A new tuning kit for the Ferrari FF has just been released by the guy at Wheelsandmore. They start it off with a new set of ultralight 6 Sporz² forged wheels that measure up to be 21×9.5 up front and 22×12 at the rear while wrapped in Pirelli P Zero Nero high performance tires. The tuners also stated that a new coilover and spring kit is being developed to lower the sports car up to 25 mm. Some additional styling improvements consist of the stainless steel exhaust system that also features adjustable valves with the push of a remote.

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SR Auto Group Ferrari FF With PUR Wheels

Thursday, July 12th, 2012:

The all new Ferrari FF has been hooked up by SR Auto Group with a new set of PUR wheels. This supercar is for the car enthusiast seeking all-wheel-drive to go along with the V12 powerplant producing 660 horses. It uses an innovative 2-speed gearbox from the Ferrari 4RM AWD system to transfer all that power. SR Auto Group is calling this the Project Vindicatior which is basically a new set of PUR 1NE monoblock rims installed on the Ferrari FF.

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Novitec Rosso Ferrari FF Tuning Program

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012:

The all new Ferrari FF has received a new sports car tuning program from the famous company Novitec Rosso. Bone stock, the Italian exotic holds a 6.3-liter V12 engine producing 651 horsepower with 683 Nm of torque. Novitec offers four separate power upgrades for the Ferrari FF, stating off with a basic ECU tune. This brings the output to 674 horses and 696 Nm of torque, while the addition of a new stainless steel exhaust jumps it up a bit to 679 HP and 701 Nm of torque.

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DMC Ferrari FF Maximus

Monday, June 27th, 2011:

The German car tuning firm DMC has released a new kit for the Ferrari FF called the Maximus. This new Ferrari design looks awfully similar to the Porsche Panamera with the rear end, however is only a two door model. The package from DMC consists of new bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser, trunk spoiler, and a rear wing. Up front it has been extended and lightened by 70 kg with the carbon fiber they used to construct the bumper. However, the real Ferrari FF performance lies under the hood with a twin supercharged 6.0-liter V12 engine.

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