One shortcoming of driving exotic cars is that it’s primarily a two-person experience. The 2015 Ferrari FF is an exception. It's a rare four-seat, all-wheel-drive performance car, and it’s surprisingly lightweight for its power.
But the Ferrari FF is further unique. It’s arguably the most versatile Ferrari made with its five-position suspension. It's ideal for a party of four to experience the finer locations of the Las Vegas region. But if the weather suddenly changes from a typically warm and sunny desert day to a freak summer storm, no worries. The Ferrari obliges. It offers five driving mode options — Comfort, ESC Off, Snow, Sport, and Wet.
Beyond the cruising modes, the FF also has a steering wheel equipped with housing buttons to control the ignition and turn signals. The offerings complement the Ferrari reputation. The FF features a 6.3-liter, V12 with 651 horsepower and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with manual shift control. A Magnaride adaptive suspension and Brembo ceramic brakes are combined with 20-inch aluminum alloy wheels.
With an overall weight of fewer than 4,000 pounds, the bantamweight FF covers 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds and a standing quarter-mile in 11.4 seconds. Its top speed is 211 mph.
The Royalty Exotic rental fleet features a varied supply of exotics, including the FF’s siblings, a 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia and a 2016 Ferrari California. A 2017 Porsche 911 GTS, 2016 McLaren and 2014 Lamborghini Gallardo are also offered, and they’re all worthy choices.
But the Ferrari FF has a solitary presence. If you’re going to drive a four-seat exotic, you might as well go in style. The FF’s multi-position power front seats are groomed with top-notch leather covers as are the doors, dash and much of the rest of interior.
If that’s not to enough to impress, consider the handsome exterior. The singular circular taillights are contour-wrapped in sheet metal. The side vents are sculpted works of art — just like the rest of the car.