Ferrari FF Gets Apple’d: Siri Integration and iPad Minis Now Included [2013 Geneva Auto Show]
While the 900-pound news gorilla on the Ferrari stand in Geneva is the freshly unveiled 900-plus-hp hybrid LaFerrari, the Scuderia’s FF grand tourer, which debuted in the Swiss city in 2011, is getting a few new features.
Referred to variously as a shooting brake, an estate car, a two-door wagon, a tourer, and occasionally the less-than-flattering “hatchback,” the all-wheel-drive FF’s infotainment functions are now easier to access thanks to the integration of Apple’s Siri-based Eyes Free voice-command system. Apple hardware makes an appearance, too, in the form of a pair of iPad Minis for rear-seat riders. Making its encore showing in Geneva is the panoramic glass roof that debuted in Paris last October. (The new goods are cool and all, but we’re still more geeked about the FF’s innovative all-wheel-drive system.)
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While these aren’t major updates, every bit of attention the FF can garner helps when it’s sharing booth space with one of the most-anticipated reveals in prancing-horse history.