Can’t get enough of Ferrari’s new FF shooting brake? The Italian automaker has flipped the switch on its online Configurator for the V-12-powered flagship.
Pricing may not be listed (although, if you have to ask, you probably can’t afford it), but the extensive rainbow of color schemes and options lists are at your fingertips. As per the norm for Ferrari, there are over 30 exterior colors offered for the FF, a number of them inspired by the automaker’s color palette from the 1950s and 60s, yet buyers will also be able to special order their own colors as well. There are four different wheel options (includingfive-spoke and two ten-spoke patterns) and brake calipers can be painted in your choice of black, white, yellow, gray, and two shades of red. Options include a sport exhaust system, front and rear cameras, and chrome brightwork.
There are 15 interior colors available, which can be mixed and matched in either one- or two-tone combinations using either leather or alcantara. Seat designs for all four places can be trimmed in in diamond-patterned quilted leather or alcantara, or Daytona-styled seats with horizontal, perforated inserts. The seats can be vented, and seatbelts come in a choice of six primary colors. Upper and lower dashboards, headliner, contrast stitching, cabin upholstery, front and rear carpets, the steering wheel, door panels, arm rests, and the parcel shelf can all be customized from the same 15 color choices as the seats. The large, central tachometer comes in your choice of black, red, yellow, white, and silver. To add more sport inside the FF, opt for the various carbon fiber trim accents and carbon fiber steering wheel with shift lights.
Ferrari also provides a comparison feature allowing you to compare two different exteriors side-by-side, so be aware that embarking on a mission to configure an FF will probably deplete any productivity left in your day. Our problem? We can barely decide which exterior color to go with, let alone where to begin on the interior. How would you configure your FF? Let us know in the comments section below.