BRUNICO, Italy – Ferrari S.p.A. said the first year of production of its new FF is sold out and customers who order the model now will receive their cars in the second half of 2012.
Ferrari will limit production of the FF, the luxury sports car maker's first four-wheel-drive model, to 800 units a year. The FF sells for 260,000 euros in Italy, where it goes on sale in May. Production is currently ramping up and is expected to reach its full speed of 70 units a month by June.
Ferrari says it has already 800 orders of the FF after the company began private previews with potential customers in mid-January.
The FF, which stands for Ferrari Four, replaces the company's 612 Scaglietti flagship.The FF is marginally bigger and roomier than the Scaglietti but weighs the same at 1790kg despite adding fwd.