As a successor to the ever popular 612 Scaglietti, the Ferrari FF (FF – four seats and four-wheel drive) has finally been revealed to the consumer market. It claims to be the company’s most powerful and versatile 4-seater ever created, and is the first Ferrari ever to boast a four-wheel drive. Ferrari based the premise of the car as representing “not so much an evolution as a true revolution,” of the cars which are typically designed by the company.
It offers unparalleled levels of high-performance, a sporty look, incredible versatility, comfort, and sophisticated elegance which Ferrari is well known for; the manufacturer claims that both drivers and passengers will feel a new and unique driving experience in the FF. Offering a front design (inspired by the 458 Italia), and a larger hatch, the unique design has never been featured before in a Ferrari model. It can easily accommodate four passengers, and even has room for luggage in the cabin. The FF will also feature a dual 5 inch screen on the center panel, a center dash touch screen and optional third screen for the front side passenger, which displays speed, rpm, and gear.
Although it will set consumers back a few dollars, it is the first ever in the Ferrari family with so much room, and offers a completely new design style never seen by the manufacturer.
The German manufacturer Maybach, has released the Exelero, a sports car offering high-performance metrics and the most luxurious quality, it was first featured in Berlin in 2005. It is a 2-seater, boasting a 700 HP engine, with twin turbo V12 engine, and was built on request for Fulda tires. The manufacturer created the Exelero as a model for a modern interpretation of the sports car design in the 1930s.
It is 2.59 meters in length, 2.148 meters across, and weighs 5,864 pounds. The powerful 700 horse power engine delivers the optimal performance and the V12 engine is un-comparable to anything in the industry today. The tires featured are Fulda Exelero. It can reach a maximum speed of 351 km/hr (218 miles per hour), and can hit 0-100 km/h (62 miles per hour), in 4.4 seconds; for optimal quality and performance it runs on 110 octane fuel. For a US consumer interested in the Maybach Exelero, it would set you back 8 million USD.
The beautiful design, performance metrics, and quality are all unmatched by any other vehicle around today, whether US built or foreign design.
Bugatti Automobiles created a new, high-end sedan; the Bugatti 16C Galibier. The interior of the Bugatti 16C Galibier promotes a luxurious lifestyle while the engine is fierce, powerful, and marveled. Bugatti 16C Galibier sedan can be considered as the world’s fastest production sedan due to the engine contained under the hood.
This Galibier is powered by an impressive W16 8.0 liter engine along with two superchargers, generating more than 800 horsepower. If the engine and speed capabilities are not enough, the style and structure will captivate all car-lovers. The overall look resembles the infamous Bugatti Veyron and has enormous led headlight. Other details of this sedan include 4 wheel drive, ceramic disk brakes, and a sleek low profile. The interior is luxurious yet simple with dual speedometers. An unordinary, yet very unique feature of this remarkable Bugatti is the analog watch on the center dashboard. The interesting idea about this watch is that it can ultimately be removed and worn by the owner of the vehicle.