New full-length panoramic roof for four-wheel-drive Ferrari FF
28 September 2012

A new Ferrari FF with a full-size panoramic glass roof has been shown at the company’s stand at the Paris motor show

The roof uses a special reflective low-emissivity glass to provide a "genuine open-air driving feeling" with the refinement and insulation expected of a grand tourer.

Also featured is the new Ferrari California 30. The name refers to the reduction in weight and the increase in power introduced on the model earlier this year. Ferrari says it's "aimed at owners who put more store in greater versatility of use". Also on display is the firm's F12 Berlinetta, alongside the 2013 Enzo chassis, which is 20 per cent lighter, stiffer and more rigid than the previous Enzo. 

Ferrari says that average power across its range is up by 100bhp, but fuel consumption and emissions have been reduced by 30 per cent compared to four years ago.

Sam Naylor

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28 September 2012

The only Ferrari I would buy if I won the Euro Millions jackpot tonight. I might even consider this new roof too!

28 September 2012

I love this idea would be so awesome to drive with that roof.

However I still would not buy a Ferrari (even the awesome 458) because of the company and the reputation you get for owning a ferrari.

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