With a manufacturer like Ferrari, the cars are so expensive and bought by such high end customers that really, there’s very little room for error or disappointing them.
This is why, despite not having the “mandatory” 2.0 liter diesel option, Ferrari’s option lists tend to be incredibly long and allow customers to fully tailor their vehicle.
One option that hasn’t really been offered so far, is the Winter Driving Course. This happened for two simple reasons, nobody wanted to drive their Ferrari in the winter and even if they did want, they couldn’t actually do it without dying or coming very close to it.
With the introduction of the Ferrari FF, a car that’s a great, impressive, big V12 powered GT car that also features four wheel drive, that “mountain” became a little easier to climb.
Overall, thanks to the somewhat limited four wheel drive system, the Ferrari FF has the same potential to be a true sports car that its predecessors had but it can also handle being stuck in snow.
I’m not certain that what the company is trying to do here is teach you how to drive slowly across a soft snow hump in the road but Ferrari really takes pride in their Winter driving course.
It’s set up in Aspen, Colorado and it comes with a few requests: That you own a Ferrari and that you have 11.399 dollars to spend on a 3 night 2 day weekend of driving in the presence of the prancing horse.
Apparently, Ferrari is even keen to let you bring a long a guest who, for “just” 950 dollars will be driven round by a professional.