Ferrari: Markku Alen Tests the FF on a Snow-Covered Forest Stage
The Ferrari FF marks the Italian sports car manufacturer’s first foray into four-wheel drive. An acronym for “Ferrari Four,” the FF couples the brand’s classic design aesthetic with a grand touring automobile. 1978 World Rally Champion Markku Alen recently took the world’s fastest four-seater for a spin in his native Sweden at the snow-covered Arjeplog track, just south of the Arctic Circle. Check out this short film as the rally car vet pushes the FF to the brink through the wintry forest, banking around the snowy course in a shooting-brake capable of hitting 335 km/h (208 mph) and accelerating from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds.