"Ferrari urges you to obey all traffic signs and laws" says the disclaimer at the end of this three-and-a-half-minute video used as part of the recent web unveiling for the Ferrari FF. For the internet coming-out of the FF, Ferrari showed off its capabilities with a video of the car being driven in a manner that no one in their right mind would ever attempt (check it out after the jump). We'll get to see the FF in the metal ourselves when it makes its show-stand debut at the Geneva Motor Show next Tuesday.
Ferrari also shared some important numbers about the FF with the assembled crowd and internet viewers. The first number is 660, the horsepower developed by the direct-injected V12. 3.7 is the number of seconds that elapse between 0 and 62 miles per hour, and four carries a double meaning with the FF, denoting the number of seating positions and driven wheels. It's not just a Rosso Corsa haze, either. Ferrari underscores its commitment to reducing fuel consumption by revealing the FF's 360 g/km CO2 emissions figure, which is 25-percent lower than the previous V12 used in the automaker's 612 Scaglietti.
The FF is a Ferrari that's intent on changing things, from its breadvan looks to its all-terrain floggability. It also makes one heck of a video star, and we encourage you to check it out after the jump.