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Ferrari FF… Wait, California Hits The Snow In St. Moritz: Video

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High powered, rear-wheel drive cars are notoriously hard to drive on slippery conditions, which is one of the main reasons Ferrari, a manufacturer of such vehicles, decided to introduce its first all-wheel drive model, the FF shooting brake.

In fact, Ferrari went to great length to show off the prowess of its new all-wheel drive system, even flying an FF by helicopter to the top of the Italian Dolomites.

However, this latest video shows that at least one of Ferrari’s rear-wheel drive models, the California convertible, is reasonably capable at driving at speed on the snow.

Ferrari took the California a bit further north, this time around at Switzerland’s St. Moritz.

Hit play now to see the 453 horsepower drop-top handle the white stuff, and then click here for our first drive report of the car.

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