Detractors can say what they want about the Ferrari FF but the people behind the four-wheel-drive grand tourer have no reason to doubt their new project as all units slated for its first year of production is now sold out.
Orders for the Ferrari FF have reached 800 units--exactly the number the Italian carmaker is planning to put out this year, AutoNews.com said.
To meet the demand, Ferrari is reportedly ramping up the FF's production so it can reach its maximum output of 70 units a month by June.
The FF, which stands for Ferrari Four, is the carmaker's successor to the 612 Scaglietti. Although the FF is marginally bigger and roomier than the Scaglietti, it reportedly weighs the same at 1,790kg despite its four-wheel-drive drivetrain.