Ferrari's first-ever all-wheel drive vehicle, The FF, was unveiled for the first time in the U.S. Thursday night at The Collection in Coral Gables.
"This car is the epitome of all the things Ferrari can do, put together," said Ken Gorin, President and CEO of The Collection.
At a VIP party Thursday night, people snapped photos and waited in line to get inside a bright-red FF, which boasts 12 cylinders and space for 4 passengers.
Gorin says the exact price of the car hasn't been released yet, but it will be $300,000 or less.
The FF's body style is very unique and that explains the difference of opinion from guests at The Collection.
"There's something elegant about it," said Vanessa Garcia. "I'm a painter an there's a certain artistry about it."
"Maybe it's a Fast & The Furious thing," said Mario Perez, "but it kind of looks like a cool souped-up Civic."
There's no debate about the car's performance. The FF goes 0-60 in 3.7 seconds and tops out at 208 mph.