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But is it a beauty or ugly? I'm honestly not sure. On the one hand I'm really not a fan of the whole "Shooting Brake" design concept on which cars like the FF are based. I dig the FF's front view, but from the side I can't tell if it's cool like a BMW M Roadster or kid of overly muscular and set back on its haunches in a menacing but unsexy sort of way. Maybe I'm just more a fan of Ferraris like the 458 and California whose cockpits are a bit more forward, yielding shorter front hoods and more balanced looks overall. Or maybe I just need a bit more time staring at the FF online to really fall for it.
What say you? The new Ferrari FF: Ugly but deadly or flat-out awesome?
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