The Ferrari FF is a model from the Italian luxury supercar company that had the community split right in the middle about it. It featured a first four-wheel drive system ever added to a Ferrari, a powerful engine and it basically was a Grand Tourer in its purest form. However, the somewhat unusual four-wheel drive system meant that for some, this Ferrari wasn’t a “proper Ferrari”. Fortunately, the Ferrari FF proved those individuals wrong and today, it stands as one of the most beautiful models ever released by the Maranello based car maker.
The Ferrari FF is a Grand Tourer vehicle model. A shooting brake styled exterior allows it to present a sleek and elongated physique, perfectly matched with the role of high-performance long drive modes it was intended to accomplish on a regular basis. It was revealed by Ferrari on March 1, 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle was slated to be the successor to the highly-popular 612 Scaglietti grand tourer.
At the time of its release, the Ferrari FF had the largest capacity road-going Ferrari engine ever produced. The Ferrari FF is powered by a 6.2L V12 engine. It delivers a whopping 660 horsepower and at 8,000 rpm and 683 N·m (504 lb·ft) of torque at 6000 rpm. The sheer power allowed the FF to sprint from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 3.7 seconds.
While still looking as pretty as ever, the Ferrari FF is an almost eight-year-old design. To some owners, this presents itself with an easily solvable problem. The vehicle needs an aftermarket touch and what better way to do it than with a set of aftermarket wheels. For this Ferrari FF owner, the solution was simple: add a set of ADV.1 Wheels and return his supercar back to relevance.
The owner chose a set of lightweight ADV5.0 Track Spec CS wheels, adding that perfect refreshing touch to his vehicle and these were installed by a Los Angeles based tuning shop, Avant Garde Xotics who did all the fine tuning on this build.
These ADV5.0 wheels are sized 21×9.5 in the front and 22×12 in the rear. The chosen Manbronze finish adds that perfect accentuating touch that works rather well against the blacked out exterior of the FF itself. These wheels feature a three-piece layout, standard titanium fastening hardware, and a completely Exposed Hardware option.
In all, these small details really add to the exclusivity of their wheels, as ADV.1 is well known for their attention to detail and it really shows with their wheel designs. Grab a look at this complete project in the media gallery right below.