Italian luxury auto maker Ferrari launches its FF touring car to coincide with the inaugural Formula 1 Grand Prix of India in New Delhi. The FF, which stands for 4-wheel-drive 4-seater, styled by Pininfarina, replaces the Scaglietti 612. It is priced at Rs34.2 million ($687,000). Since entering the Indian market five months ago, Ferrari has sold a total of 20 California GT convertibles costing Rs22.2 million ($444,000) each, and 458 Italia mid-engine 2-seaters priced at Rs25.7 million ...
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