This is Ferrari we're talking about here, not some other mainstream brand. It introduced a slew of new technologies, an upgraded V12 and new twin-turbo V8, and, of course, further refinement of the FF’s bold styling. They also renamed it. To best understand today’s , we have to first go back and examine what Ferrari was thinking when it designed the FF, which debuted in 2011. First off, FF stands for “Ferrari Four,” emphasizing the AWD system. The obvious goal was to build a Ferrari that could be driven year round. Supercar companies today like to present their models as being fully capable and comfortable daily drivers, but Ferrari went one step further.