Eco Friendly Ferrari? The 875bhp Ferrari FF Green Supercar.

Posted on January 5, 2012

Have you ever wanted to cruise around in a Ferrari, but far too Environmentally conscious to do so? Ok, so it maybe a niche market, but we have recently delivered a Ferrari FF to a customer who really cares!

He has turned his new four wheel drive Supercar, the Ferrari FF, into a Green machine. The car runs on Bio-Ethanol using a simple conversion kit, it can fitted by your local Ferrari dealership. When running on BioEthanol (E85), the car produces a massive 875 Horsepower and produces 80% less CO2

The kit which is available to be purchased through us and Customized of Norway (www.customized.no) uses E85 which is available evermore frequently, has been fitted and is working superbly on the Ferrari FF as well as the ML63 AMG.

For more information visit www.fuelcat.de

BioEthanolFF 300x224 Eco Friendly Ferrari? The 875bhp Ferrari FF Green Supercar.

2 Comments »

  1. David Glaux Says:

    Hi,

    I ask my self around the tranformation of this Ferrari into an E85 model…

    Did you use “only” a flex-feul kit or made you others modifications on this fabulous car ?

    I am asking you about it because in my Country, France, the Flex-Fuel Kits isn’t allowed except for competitions…

    So if you made others modifications (ie: injectors…) could you tell me what are they ?

    Thanks !

    Best regards.

    January 17, 2012 - 12:14 pm
  2. Wah Says:

    I would also like to know what David is asking as well. Does this only work for direct injection motors? Will this work for a Lamborghini V12? It is not direct injected.

    Thank you.

    April 12, 2012 - 11:51 pm

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