Lavish cabin includes steering wheel with controls including indicators and headlights
1 March 2011

Ferrari's new FF makes its public debut at today's Geneva show - and the firm has revealed the car’s interior to coincide with the launch.

The first images from inside the four-wheel-drive GT show a typically lavish cabin, with extensive use of Frau aniline leathers (six shades will be offered) and the latest generation of Ferrari’s steering wheel, which includes regular driving functions such as the indicators and headlights as well as a start button and the Manettino set-up switch.

See the official pics of the Ferrari FF's interior

The black sliver above the glovebox can be specced as an optional LCD display, which shows the current gear, a linear rev-counter and the speed.

The rear includes a pair of deep-set seats, both of which can fold independently to increase the boot space from 450 litres to 800 litres.

An optional rear infotainment set-up also features, with a pair of headrest screens and a 1280w surround sound system.

John McIlroy

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