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Ferrari FF fastback coupe rendered

 Ferrari FF fastback coupe rendered
Ferrari FF fastback coupe render 18.10.2013 / X-Tomi Design

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X-Tomi Design envisioned the Ferrari FF with a fastback coupe body style, inspired by the patent drawings which hit the web about a week ago.

Those mysterious sketches are creating a lot of buzz on the Internet as some say they depict the next generation of the California while others are inclined to believe it's a more powerful, two-seater variant of the FF. The attached render shows a possible look for the latter, boasting a fastback coupe silhouette which gives the car an entierly new apperance.

The standard FF is far from being Ferrari's most beautiful car ever because of the shooting brake profile which although interesting to see on a Ferrari, it doesn't really fit the FF so a coupe similar to this render would probably be more appealing in the eyes of potential customers of the prancing horse.

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Comments (6)

 M.L. M.L.
Since the FF (I prefer calling it the 630-F) is an unusual odball Ferrari as it is. Maybe a true 4-seat slantback successor to the 456 & 612 makes a lot of sense! May I call it 640FF (as in Formula Four: Fast, 4 seat, 4 wheel drive Ferrari)? :)
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October 18, 2013 1:00 pm
 TitansSteel TitansSteel
This is getting annoying now... In no way is this a hardcore fastback FF. It is CLEARLY a patent drawing for an upcoming targa / roadster version of the F12. Match up the front brake air intakes and the rear design with the F12, and notice the clear cut lines where the roof can be detached. Stop the rumors and stick to the facts.
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October 18, 2013 8:58 am
 bmw2002m bmw2002m
Ferrari 575 anyone?
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October 18, 2013 8:49 am
 absent absent
Silly exercise,since the drawings are for new California and a car above would never happen,not with the F12 existing.
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October 18, 2013 7:30 am
 YaSSaL YaSSaL
Phenomenal...
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October 18, 2013 6:26 am
 16000rpm 16000rpm
This is just excellent.
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October 18, 2013 6:23 am