Most Canadians just endure the winter; occasionally venturing out into the cold for a day of skiing. This time of year sounds pretty terrible to most people but ever since I got my Ferrari FF I actually look forward to it. Now, when the wind starts to blow and the snow piles up, I feel like a little kid again as I get ready to take on this dreary frigid time of year at top speed, in maximum comfort and, as always, in style.
Let me tell you a little about my not-so-fair-weather friend. With the push of a button the ferocious sounding engine revs up and it only gets better from there. The sound of this engine is just music to my ears. When I’m driving on my own, most of the time I won’t even blast the killer sound system because that engine just sounds so good. To top it off, the car offers a lot of entertainment so it’s great for trips up to the ski resort or spa. Sometimes my friends and I just spend the day cruising around in it. With iPad’s attached to the back of the headrests, whoever is in the back can enjoy a round of zone poker or catch the game while speeding through a winter wonderland. What could be any better than that? Exactly. It is money well spent.
Anyone who knows me, knows that I love to be the center of attention. This little baby is an attention magnet. It’s not every day you see a car like this on the roads so people are always asking about it. The reason it’s so rare, especially on the coast, is that it was designed as a second car and most people that have a Ferrari only need one. But, if you live in a place that has snow on the ground for half the year I highly recommend you add a Ferrari FF to your collection. Why is it so well suited for the winters? 650 horsepower and four-wheel drive ensure safety and comfort even in the most extreme conditions. The 12 cylinder engine in this beauty, employs the same technology used for formula one cars but, because it’s a four seater, they’ve improved the technology to make a lighter version. I’ll take any excuse to go for a ride, and with a few more months of winter still ahead, I have to say that I’m certainly not complaining.