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The Prancing Horse cavalry and the Indian elephant make a rare appearance together – Delhi got a taste of these two thoroughbreds before an outing at the Buddh International circuit later in the day.
The sound of a throaty V12 like one under the hood of this FF is best enjoyed with the windows down through an underpass.
At civilised speeds in city traffic, you realise how well the seven-speed, twin-clutch gearbox actually works, taming the 651 manic horses to take a gentle stroll.
Driving arguably the best mid-engined supercar in the world on Delhi roads is a surreal experience.
The front-engined four-wheel-drive FF looks bulky, but once you get moving, its 3.7 second 100kph sprint blows your mind. The much-lighter 458 Italia does it in 3.4sec.
The rather ungainly proportions in side profile is the only kink in the FF’s armour. The 458 Italia on the other hand, doesn’t put a foot wrong.
The FF is 16 centimetres taller than the 458 Italia.
The FF’s rear windscreen is not as steeply raked to create enough headroom for the rear seats.
The 458 Italia’s triple exhaust pipes reminiscent of the legendary F40.
For the supercar loving family man, what better car than the FF?
The stunning 458 Italia maybe an unlikely mode of transport for the Italian high commission visiting the Rashtrapati Bhavan, but wouldnt that be a cool sight to watch?
Breezing down Rajpath in the FF.
As good as it gets, enough said.
458’s direct injection V8 howls to a colossal 9000rpm.
Ferrari has pushed the 6.3-litre V12 engine as far back in the engine bay as possible to get optimal weight distribution.
Black and yellow will never be the same for us again.
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