Ferrari is planning on updating its all-wheel drive 2+2, the FF, for the 2016 model year. We know this from spy shots taken earlier this year of a camouflaged FF, but what we don’t know, however, is what it will look like and what else the update may entail.
Top Speed recently shared their vision for what the inbound FF might look like through digital renderings. It appears as though they’ve used the front-end from the California T and widened it a bit to fit the FF’s fascia more appropriately. We wouldn’t be surprised if Ferrari applied the more modern California T’s front end to the updated FF, and based on spy shots we’ve seen of 2016 prototypes, Top Speed may not be far off.
Apart from the looks, the 2016 FF is also expected to adopt a new eight-speed dual clutch transmission. The additional gear will help to increase efficiency for the big 6.3-liter V12 as Ferrari works towards meeting its emissions targets. A twin-turbocharged V8 was rumored to be introduced in the 2016 FF to broaden the car’s appeal, but it’s unclear if they have any merit.
We should see the 2016 Ferrari FF sometime in 2016, but in the meantime, you can get a rough idea as to what the update may entail through the rendering above.