The exterior of the Ferrari FF Coupe is most notable for its impressive nose. The engine is located behind the front axle in its entirety, giving the vehicle an imposing presence. On the outside, enjoy features such as rear fog and driving lights, heated power mirrors, remote keyless entry, and 20" silver aluminum wheels to house P295/35ZR20 and P245/35ZR20 rear tires.
Step inside for all of the luxury you would expect in this high end ride - leather seat trim and power bucket seats that are adjustable six ways on the driver's side and four ways for the front passenger. The rear passengers also get bucket seats, and there is a rear floor console that includes storage. While climbing into the rear seats might be something of a challenge, once in, passengers enjoy plenty of legroom and head space. The rear seats are set up stadium style, just a little above the front passengers. For convenience in transporting cargo, they fold down in a 60/40 split. The cargo area is carpeted, and tie-downs come standard, along with a rigid cover to keep valuables out of sight.
Standard interior features in the Ferrari FF Coupe include dual zone automatic front air conditioning, cruise control, and heated and cooled front seats for both the driver and passenger. Turn signals and wiper controls are conveniently located right on the steering wheel, along with a knob that allows a choice between five chassis settings. Unfortunately for the Ferrari FF Coupe, the sound system is the same one found in the rest of the Chrysler line - a standard AM/FM/ SiriusXM stereo with CD and MP3 capability. The amplifier is 640 watts, and the car comes standard with eight basic speakers. Add this to the unimpressive navigation system, and it equals disappointment, considering the price tag. However, the entertainment system does offer the quality one would expect, including DVD and digital media.