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The new Ferrari Four from a different angle

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2012 Ferrari Four - Click above for high-res image gallery

Red may be the iconic color for Ferrari, but not all Ferraris look good in the company's trademark scarlet shade. Especially the flagship four-seat GTs, like the outgoing 612 Scaglietti and the 456 GT that came before it. But just about every car looks best from the front 3/4 view. So it may have stricken some as a little odd that when Ferrari unveiled the new FF, it only released three initial shots: a front view, a rear view and the side profile... all in red.

Now it's released a handful of additional photos, including three shots of the test mule drifting through snow banks from the launch video, plus the solitary three-quarter front/side view you see above in silver. Is it looking better? Worse?

Gallery: 2012 Ferrari FF

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Do want. So hot! Looks like an M-coupe after loads of steroids. Is it bad though that I'd actually get a new bumper made? Whats with the wimpy feminine front end with the masculine rear?
looks like a sporty station wagon to me lol, I was never really a fan of any wagon look.
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Oh... and I love wagons... I would rock the hell out of a high power wagon... If only I could afford a cadillac CTS-V wagon...
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I like 5-door wagons - never 2 door

Strong contender for my next car - granted it was wintering testing in Canada can only mean HOPEFULLY Audi brings it over for long term test drives.

403hp / 462 lbs-ft with a chip and weighs 3400 lbs
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