Ferrari's largest car lineup is the FF shooting-brake. And now, Maranello may consider an alternative body style for the FF, specifically a more conventional coupe one.
The report from Car&Driver suggests the current FF and the FF coupe could be sold concurrently. It may share its mechanical prowess to the FF, from the engine to the four-wheel drive system. The FF coupe could be motivated by the same 6.3 liter V12 producing 651 hp.
The new Ferrari is tipped to arrive in late 2014 or early 2015, with a starting price in the high $300,000 (€216,450).
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