Ferrari has used the 2012 Paris Motor Show to reveal a glass roof version of its revolutionary Ferrari FF.
The glass replaces the entire roof panel and uses LowE, a special reflective glass that cuts the transmission of heat and UV, as well as noise to ensure that comfort is maintained while offering the genuine feeling of open air motoring.
The new glass roof will become available to order in 2013.
The FF is a four-seater that is priced at $635,000 in New Zealand.
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