Ferrari 612 Scaglietti Owners Manual

Thursday, August 31, 2017


Due to the high power generated by the engine, we recommend the vehicle is only used by experienced Warranty and Service Book drivers. Each new vehicle is supplied with a “Warranty and Service Book and Maintenance Schedule”. Technical Service This contains the vehicle’s warranty validity conditions. The Warranty and Service Book also contains the routine maintenance The information contained in this manual is necessary to use the vehicle indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule”. properly and to ensure its good working order. Carefully following the instructions contained herein will ensure the vehicle’s best performance and the owner’s full satisfaction. We also recommend you have all maintenance and checks carried out by a Ferrari Dealer or Authorised Workshop, as they have the trained “F1” gearbox technicians and proper tools and equipment necessary. See the “Sales and Service Organisation” handbook for locations of the The vehicle is equipped with an electro-hydraulically controlled gearbox AUTHORISED DEALERS and SERVICE CENTRES OF THE FERRARI SERVICE system by means of levers on the steering wheel. NETWORK. While the system may be used in “Automatic” mode, it should not be The Ferrari Technical Service Department is at your complete disposal considered an automatic gearbox. Always follow the instructions given in this for any information and suggestions. manual on page 58 to ensure correct usage. Spare parts We recommend that you use only original Ferrari spare parts, which can be obtained from the Ferrari Service Network. Ferrari warranty is voided if Original Ferrari Spare Parts are not used for repairs. 2


Consulting the manual Abbreviations To facilitate easier reading, the topics are subdivided into sections and Some descriptions and terms with particular meanings are found in this chapters. The important parts requiring particular attention are easily manual in an abbreviated form: identifiable in the sections and chapters. A.C. - AIR CONDITIONING Extreme caution required: failure to comply with the ABS - ANTI BLOCKIER SYSTEM - Anti-lock braking system for the instructions could cause hazardous situations involving wheels during braking personal and vehicle safety! ASR - ANTRIEBS SCHLUPF REGELUNG - Wheelspin control Important note: warning aimed at preventing any damage to the vehicle and under acceleration consequently hazards involving personal safety. CST - TRACTION STABILITY CONTROL EBD - Electronic brake-force distribution - Electronically-controlled distributor ECU - Electronic Control Unit “F1” - Formula 1 - Electronically-controlled gearbox, designed with the same technology used in the racing sector TFT - THIN FILM TRANSISTOR - Display fitted on the instrument panel. Updating The vehicle’s high quality level is subject to constant improvements. Therefore, there may be differences between this manual and your vehicle. All specifications and illustrations contained in this manual refer to those resulting as of the printing date. 4

General Vehicle keys ____________________________________________________ 6 Alarm system ____________________________________________________ 7 1 Electronic alarm system ________________________________________ 9 Vehicle identification data ____________________________________ 11 Data labels _____________________________________________________ 12 Dimensions and weights________________________________________ 14 Main engine specifications_____________________________________ 15 Performance ___________________________________________________ 15 Fuel consumption (*) __________________________________________ 15 CO2 emissions (*) ______________________________________________ 15 Transmission ratios ____________________________________________ 16 Electrical system ______________________________________________ 16 Wheel rims and tyres __________________________________________ 16 Refilling_______________________________________________________ 18 5

Vehicle keys 1 On delivery, the vehicle is supplied with two identical keys. In case of loss, a duplicate can be requested from FERRARI providing the Replacing remote control batteries If you press one of the three buttons of the key and this does not number shown on the plastic tag attached to the key. activate the corresponding function, check for correct operation of the Make sure to record the number in the space provided on alarm system functions using the other remote control before replacing the Warranty and Service Book. the batteries. To replace the remote control battery: Requesting new keys - detach the key cover A prying it off with a small screwdriver at the To purchase new keys with remote control, exclusively contact the point indicated with the arrow; Ferrari Service Network, bringing with you: - remove the battery B pushing it in the direction of the arrow to slide - all the keys with remote control in your possession; it off the retaining cover C; - the CODE CARD for the Ferrari CODE system; - fit a new battery of the same type, observing the indicated polarity; - your personal ID; - refit the key cover A. - the identification and registration documents proving ownership of Do not use sharp tools to remove the cover and be careful to avoid damaging the vehicle. the remote control. Remote controls that are not delivered for the new code storing procedure will be automatically deactivated in order to prevent any lost or stolen remote controls from being used to deactivate the electronic alarm system. C B A 6

Alarm system The Ferrari CODE system In order to increase protection against attempts of theft, the vehicle is While driving, with the ignition key in position II: 1) If the CODE warning light comes on, it means that the system is 1 equipped with an electronic engine immobilizer system (Ferrari CODE) running a self-diagnostic cycle. At the first stop, you can test the which is automatically activated when the ignition key is removed. system: stop the engine by turning the ignition key to position 0 Each ignition key contains an electronic device which transmits a and then turn the key back into position II: the CODE warning code signal to the Ferrari CODE control unit, and engine ignition is light will come on and should go out within one second. If the enabled only if the key code is recognised by the system. warning light stays on, repeat the procedure described previously Two keys are supplied with the vehicle. leaving the key at 0 for more than 30 seconds. If the problem The key is used to: persists, please contact the Ferrari Service Network. - starting the vehicle; 2) If the CODE warning light flashes, the vehicle is not protected by the immobilizer. Contact the Ferrari Service Network - locking/unlocking the doors (centralised door locking); immediately to have all the keys stored in the system memory. - activating/deactivating the passenger airbag (optional); Strong impacts can damage the electronic components in the key. - opening the luggage compartment lid; Each key supplied has its own specific code, which must be stored in the - activating/deactivating the alarm system. memory of the system control unit. Operation Each time the ignition key is removed from position 0 (see page 49), the protection system activates the engine immobilizer. Upon starting the engine, when the key is turned to II: 1) If the code is recognised, the CODE warning light on the instrument panel turns off within one second, while the EOBD warning light turns off after about four seconds, after the ECU has completed its EOBD CODE diagnostic cycle; if these conditions are met, the protection system recognises the key code and deactivates the engine immobilizer. 2) If the CODE warning light remains on and the EOBD one goes off after four seconds (ECU diagnostics) and then comes on again 0 immediately, the code has not been recognised. In this case, it is II advisable to turn the key back to position 0 and then back to II; if the immobilizer stays on, try with the other keys. If you are still unable to start the engine, use the emergency starting procedure (see the chapter “Emergency starting” on page 8) and contact the Ferrari Service Network. 7

Duplicating the keys 5) The EOBD warning light starts flashing again; after a number of flashes equal to the second digit on your CODE CARD, depress the 1 When ordering additional keys, remember that the memorisation procedure (up to maximum of 7 keys) must be carried out on all the keys, including those already in your possession. Directly contact the accelerator pedal and keep it depressed. 6) Follow the same procedure for the remaining digits in the code on Ferrari Service Network, bringing with you all the keys in your the CODE CARD. possession, the Ferrari CODE system CODE CARD, a personal ID 7) When the last digit has been entered, hold the accelerator pedal and the identification and registration documents proving ownership pressed down. The EOBD warning light lights up for 4 seconds and of the vehicle. The codes of the keys that are not available when the then switches off; you may now release the accelerator pedal. new memorisation procedure is performed will be deleted from the 8) A quick flashing of the EOBD warning light (about 4 seconds) memory, in order to prevent that any lost or stolen keys are used to confirms that procedure has been carried out correctly. start the vehicle. 9) Start the engine turning the key to II. Emergency starting If the EOBD warning light remains on, turn the key to 0 and repeat the If the Ferrari CODE fails to disable the engine immobilizer, the procedure from step 1. CODE warning light will remain illuminated, the EOBD warning light This procedure can be repeated an unlimited number of times. will turn off after four seconds and then will come on immediately; After an emergency start, it is advisable to contact the FERRARI SERVICE the engine will not start. The engine can only be started with the NETWORK as the emergency starting procedure has to be performed upon each emergency procedure. starting. We recommend that you read the whole procedure carefully before carrying it out. If you make a mistake, turn the key to position 0 and repeat the operation from step 1. 1) Read the 5-digit electronic code found on the CODE CARD. 2) Turn the ignition key to position II: at this moment the CODE and EOBD warning lights are on. 3) Keep the accelerator pedal fully depressed. After approximately 8 seconds, the EOBD warning light will go out; now release the accelerator and get ready to count the number of times the EOBD warning light flashes. 4) Wait until the number of flashes is equal to the first digit on your CODE CARD, then depress the accelerator pedal and keep it depressed until the EOBD warning light switches off after lighting for approximately 4 seconds; you may now release the accelerator pedal. 8

Electronic alarm The electronic alarm system performs the following functions: - remote control for centralised door locking/unlocking; The alarm system is activated after approximately 25 seconds and the alarm is triggered if: 1 - perimeter surveillance, detecting if doors and lids are opened; - a door is opened; - motion detection, detecting intrusion into the passenger - the luggage compartment lid is opened; compartment; - the engine compartment lid is opened; - vehicle movement surveillance. - someone attempts to enter the vehicle from a window; The engine immobilizer function is ensured by the Ferrari CODE system, - the power supply is disconnected; which activates automatically when the ignition key is removed from the - the siren is disconnected; ignition switch. - the vehicle is moved. Activation When the electronic alarm is activated, the user may request opening of To turn on the electronic alarm, press button A on the key: the luggage compartment; in this case, the motion and anti-lift sensors are temporarily deactivated. the direction indicators flash once; If the luggage compartment is then closed, the sensors will be - the system “beeps”; reactivated. - the red LED on the dashboard flashes; The direction indicators and the red LED on the dashboard should be - the centralised door locking system is activated and the doors are flashing 9 times when you activate the alarm system: this means that locked. one of the doors or the front/rear lid is open or not properly closed and therefore is not protected by the perimeter surveillance. Check for correct closing of the doors, front/rear lid and close the open door or lid without deactivating the alarm system: the direction indicators flashing once indicate that now the door or the front/rear lid is closed A properly and is protected by the perimeter surveillance. If the direction indicators flash 9 times when the alarm system is activated and the doors, front and rear lids are properly closed, it means that the self-diagnostic function has detected a malfunction in the system: contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the system checked. 9

Deactivation Deactivating the anti-lift alarm 1 To deactivate the vehicle electronic alarm, press button B on the key: - the direction indicators flash twice; Pressing button D deactivates the anti-lift protection alarm. When this function is deactivated, the LED on the button will flash for about 3 seconds and then will turn off. - the system emits a double beep; - the red LED on the dashboard switches off; Alarm memory - the dome lights, under door lights and external rear view mirror If the CODE warning light appears on the display when the vehicle is lights turn on; started, this means that an intrusion has been attempted during your - the centralised door locking system is activated and the doors are absence. unlocked. The alarm system memory is reset by turning the ignition key. Pressing button B twice unlocks the doors and also turns on the low Ministerial homologation beams for 30 seconds. The alarm system is off and it is therefore possible to get into the The electronic alarm system has been homologated in all the countries vehicle and to start the engine. where radio frequency legislation is in force. If the remote control battery is flat, to gain access to the vehicle, fit the The homologation number is shown in the figure. key into one of the two door locks, then turn it to release the lock. The For those markets that require the transmitter and/or receiver marking, alarm will start to sound. the homologation number is found on the component. Start the vehicle following the standard procedure; the alarm will turn off. Deactivating the motion sensing system The motion sensing system can be deactivated, by pressing button C on the roof panel. When this function is deactivated, the LED on the button flashes for 3 seconds and then turns off. CODE C D B 10

Vehicle identification data 1 Engine type and number Chassis type and number Gearbox type and number Vehicle identification plate Assembly number plate Chassis type and number 11

Data labels 1 � � � � � � �� � �� � � �� �� 12

Label description 1 2 - - Low beams homologation label. Paint code label. 1 3 - Antifreeze label. 4 - “High voltage” label. 5 - ECE homologation label. 6 - Airbag maintenance label; Child seat warning label. 7 - Airbag label. 8 - Battery master switch instruction label. 9 - “Lead-free fuel” label. 10 - Tyre pressure label. 11 - Tyre pressure monitoring system label. 12 - Engine and gearbox oil label; Engine oil level label. 13 - Airbag system label. 13

Dimensions and weights 1 Wheelbase Max. length 2,950 mm (116.14 in.) 4,902 mm (177.63 in.) Max. width 1,951 mm (75.70 in.) Height max. (*) 1,377 mm (54.21 in.) Front track 1,688 mm (66.45 in.) Rear track 1,641 mm (64.60 in.) Kerb weight 1890 kg (4,167 lbs) (*) Vehicle under static load 1688 1641 1951 1377 856 2950 1096 4902 14

Main engine specifications Fuel consumption (*) Type Number of cylinders F 133H 12 - V 65° City cycle (litres per 100 km) 30.6 1 Cylinder bore mm 89 (3.5 in.) Motorway 14.5 Piston stroke mm 77 (3 in.) Average fuel consumption 20.5 Piston displacement cm 3 479 (*) Directive: 1999/100/EC Total displacement cm3 5,748 Compression ratio 11 : 1 CO2 emissions (*) Maximum engine speed RPM 7,500 (g/km) Max. power (Directive 2002/80/EC) kW 397 City cycle 700 Corresponding RPM 7,250 Motorway 330 Max. torque (Dir. 2002/80B/EC) Nm 589 Average fuel consumption 470 Corresponding RPM 5,250 (*) Directive: 1999/100/EC Performance 0 to 100 km/h 0 to 400 m 0 to 1,000 m 0 to 200 km/h F1 Gearbox 4.2 sec. 12.25 sec. 21.95 sec. 13.4 sec. Max. speed: 320 km/h (198.8 mph) 15

Transmission ratios Wheel rims and tyres 1 Total Wheel rims Differential Front 8” J x 19” Gearbox ratios transmission ratio bevel gear (optional) 8” J x 20” engine/ pair ratio Rear 10” J x 19” wheel revolutions (optional) 10” J x 20” Gear Spare wheel 3.5” J x 19” 1 41 / 13 = 3.154 13.190 2 37 / 17 = 2.176 9.100 Tyres approved by Ferrari (all tyres are Tubeless) 3 36 / 23 = 1.565 6.545 4 32 / 27 = 1.185 4,182 4.956 Front Rear 5 29 / 31 = 0.935 3.910 Pirelli P Zero Rosso 245/40 ZR19” 285/40 ZR19” 6 25 / 33 = 0.757 3.166 Optional tyres R 31 / 13 = 2.385 9.974 Pirelli P Zero 245/35 ZR20” 285/35 ZR20” Bridgestone RE. 050 245/40 ZR19” 285/40 ZR19” (Run flat) Electrical system Supply Battery Alternator Starter motor voltage 12 V FIAMM NIPPONDENSO NIPPONDENSO 12V 100 150 A Ah 850A 16

Inflation pressure (cold) “Run flat” tyres (optional) Front Rear The vehicle can come equipped with “Run Flat” tyres. This type of tyre has a reinforced side A which allows the vehicle to continue travelling at moderate speed (80 km/h), even after a puncture, for a specific 1 distance. Pirelli P Zero Rosso 2.4 bar (34.8 psi) 2.2 bar (32 psi) (19”) The instrument panel receives the “tyre puncture” information from the tyre pressure monitoring ECU, monitors the residual tyre life, and Pirelli P Zero 2.3 bar (33.4 psi) 2.1 bar (30.4 psi) displays a warning in the dedicated area of the TFT display after 50 km. Bridgestone RE. 050 2.2 bar (32 psi) 2.2 bar (32 psi) After having run 100 km (62 miles), a message on the display will warn (Run flat) the driver not to drive any further. Always comply with the specified wheel alignment values, as this is fundamental to obtain the best performance from your tyres and to help Replacing a wheel ensure they last as long as possible. Further information on these tyres and the relevant pressure monitoring For the correct procedure, see the notes on page 134. system can be found in the “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” Owner’s Manual”. Wheel stud bolts pre-tightening 35÷40 Nm Wheel stud bolts final tightening 100 Nm Spare wheel Tyre (max. speed 80 km/h - 50 mph) T 115/70 R19 Pirelli Inflation pressure (cold) 4.2 bar (62 psi) Standard Run flat 0 bar - 0 psi A 0 bar - 0 psi 17

Refilling 1 Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page. Total system capacity 13 l Quantity of oil 1.5 l between “Min” and “Max” Shell HELIX ULTRA ENGINE 160 Oil consumption (depending on the 1.0 ÷ SAE 5W-40 conditions of use) 2.01/1,000 km (600 miles) GEARBOX AND DIFFERENTIAL (including lines) 4.7 l Shell TF 1055 114 OIL SAE 75W-90 F1 GEARBOX SYSTEM 1.0 l FIAT TUTELA CS SPEED 115 BRAKE AND CLUTCH SYSTEM 1.3 l Shell DONAX UB 162 BRAKE FLUID DOT4 Ultra “F1” BRAKING SYSTEM 1.3 l Shell DONAX UB 162 BRAKE FLUID DOT4 Ultra Mixture of water and coolant COOLING CIRCUIT 19.0 l GLYCOSHELL 161 at 50%. 1.8 l Shell DONAX TX POWER STEERING SYSTEM 161 Steering box 100 g Shell RETINAX CS00 105.0 l FUEL TANK Unleaded fuel 95 N.O. 106 Reserve 20.0 l AIR CONDITIONING AND Compressor 265 cc DELPHI RL 488 124 HEATING SYSTEM Coolant 1050 ± 30 g “R 134 A” WINDSCREEN AND HEADLIGHT WASHER TANK N.B.: to clean the windscreen, use one phial of glass-cleaner in summer 6.5 l Mixture of water and glass cleaner 163 and two in winter. 18

Use of the vehicle Use of the vehicle _____________________________________________ 19 Passenger compartment accessories ___________________________ 88 Instrument panel and controls ________________________________ 20 Engine compartment lid _______________________________________ 90 Instrument panel ______________________________________________ 21 Luggage compartment lid ______________________________________ 91 Warning lights ________________________________________________ 29 Fuel tank cap __________________________________________________ 92 TFT display warning lights ____________________________________ 31 Running-in _____________________________________________________ 33 Before a trip ___________________________________________________ 33 Towing the vehicle ____________________________________________ 93 Air conditioning and heating system __________________________ 94 Electrochromic roof __________________________________________ 99 2 Doors __________________________________________________________ 34 Power windows ________________________________________________ 36 External lights and direction indicators _____________________ 37 Windscreen washer/wipers and headlight washer _____________ 41 Cruise control (optional) __________________________________ 43 Steering wheel buttons________________________________________ 45 Roof panel controls ___________________________________________ 48 Central console controls _____________________________________ 49 Ignition switch ________________________________________________ 50 Starting and driving the vehicle ______________________________ 51 While driving __________________________________________________ 59 Parking ________________________________________________________ 59 Safe driving ____________________________________________________ 60 Using the driving mode control switch (“Manettino”)________ 63 Parking manoeuvre_____________________________________________ 65 Respecting the environment ___________________________________ 68 Parking brake lever ___________________________________________ 70 Front seats _____________________________________________________ 71 Rear seats ______________________________________________________ 74 Adjusting the steering wheel __________________________________ 75 Rear-view mirrors _____________________________________________ 75 Seat belts ______________________________________________________ 77 Airbag __________________________________________________________ 82 Infotainment system ___________________________________________ 86 Dome lights ____________________________________________________ 87 19

Instrument panel and controls 3 8 2 24 7 4 10 6 17 18 24 19 22 23 20 1 11 12 9 22 21 19 16 5 13 15 14 2 20

Location of driving controls Instrument panel 1. Ignition switch 1 “TFT” Display 4 Gear display 2. Seat adjustment control 2 Electronic speedometer 5 Warning lights 3. Internal rear-view mirror 3 Rev. Counter 4. External rear-view mirrors 2 adjustment controls 5. Steering wheel height and depth adjustment control 6. Steering wheel controls 7. Lights switch 8. Dome light and buttons on the roof 9. Central console pushbuttons 10. Instrument panel 11. F1 gearbox control panel 12. Parking brake lever � � 13. Air-conditioning controls 14. Fuel tank door opening button 15. Luggage compartment lid opening button 16. Engine compartment lid opening lever 17. Air-conditioning central vents 18. Bose Media System 19. Passenger's side power window control 20. Air-conditioning rear vent 21. Driver's side power window controls 22. Internal door opening handle 23. Seat back tilt lever 24. Air-conditioning side vents � � � � � � � 21

“TFT” display - day (white background); Located on the instrument panel, it performs the following functions: - night (black background). - indication of the control parameters; The screen is activated and set by pressing the buttons DISP, MODE, - indication of general information while driving; UP and DOWN on the dashboard to the right of the steering wheel. - fault warnings. Description of controls 2 The driver can interact with the system by choosing graphic configu- rations and setting the parameters. MODE Button pressed briefly (< 2 sec): Three different screen areas are available, depending upon the display type chosen: - MENU page not active: selects the odometer shown on the display (tot, A or B); A display of information shared by all configurations (with the - MENU page active: confirms the menu items selected and returns to exception of the driving mode icon) the previous page; B display of virtual control gauges and of information generated by - odometer flashing: back to previous information; specific events and/or on request - during a malfunction message display cycle: exits the current display C permanent display of information shared by all configurations. (ESCAPE function); The screen areas A and C are always present in all driver defined - exits the display of the various check phases at key-on; display configurations. - the malfunctions are iconised if the button is pressed during fault warnings display cycles. The screen areas B and C can be displayed with two colour options: � � � �� � � 22

Button pressed at length (> 2 sec): UP / DOWN - MENU page not active and TRIP B disabled: TRIP A reset; - sets/adjusts the functions in the MENU page; - MENU page not active and TRIP B enabled: selects the odometer - MENU page not active: adjusts the instrument panel brightness shown on the display (tot, A or B); level; - MENU page active: back to last screen displayed before MODE - odometer flashing: selects the TRIP to reset. button was pressed. Configurations: 2 DISP (DISPLAY) The display B can have the following configurations, which are Each time the button is pressed, the following pages will be displayed selected using the DISP button (the screen page recalled is active for in sequence: ten seconds) or, from the MENU page, using the MODE button (the - SPORT screen page recalled remains displayed as the main screen page): - TRIP A - SPORT - TRIP B - TRIP A - TYRES - TRIP B - MENU - TYRES After the last page has been displayed, press the DISP button again to return to the main page. 23

Sport - the average speed; In addition to the shared parameters, the screen page 1 shows the - fuel level; virtual control gauges, for: - the trip time. - water temperature; - oil temperature. If the driver selects TRIP B as main screen page and then deselects 2 When the SPORT screen page is displayed and an event occurs that needs to be viewed, the display will appear as in the following exam- TRIP B from the Menu page, the default screen page will be auto- matically set as main page. ple 2. When the TRIP A or B screen page is displayed and an event occurs In case of malfunctions/events for which a summary symbol needs to that needs to be viewed, the display will appear as in the example 2. be displayed, the symbol will be shown in one of the three dedicated sections in area B at the end of the display cycle, as shown in example In case of malfunctions/events which need to be displayed through a 3 below. summary symbol, this will be viewed, at the end of the display cycle, in one of the three dedicated sections of area B. Trip A and B In addition to the shared parameters, the screen page 4 shows: - the virtual water and oil temperature gauges (minimised); - the date; - the trip distance; 1 2 3 4 6 5 17 6 5 17 Autonomia 24

Tyre pressure In addition to the shared parameters, the screen page 5 shows: - the virtual water and oil temperature gauges (minimised); - the vehicle symbol with the pressure and temperature values for each tyre; - the summary symbol for malfunctions (if any). 2 When the TYRES screen page is displayed and an event occurs that needs to be viewed, the display will appear as in the following exam- ple 6. For more information, see “Tyre Pressure and Temperature Monitoring System” on page 132. 5 6 25

Parameters shared by all the configurations: Odometer Fuel level gauge The odometer is always viewed on the TFT display (in area C): by The gauge is permanently shown on the TFT display (in area C). The pressing the MODE button, the driver can select whether to view the low fuel warning light C comes on when only 20 litres of fuel remain total odometer 7a or one of the two partial odometers 7b. in the tank. 2 To reset the trip odometers, press and hold the MODE button. If Clock The clock is always displayed in A area, in all configurations, and can TRIP B is not enabled, TRIP A is automatically reset, whereas if it is be viewed in the “24h” or “12h – AM/PM” format. enabled, the active odometer flashes. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select the desired TRIP, and press MODE to reset the flashing Outside temperature gauge odometer. The information is displayed in area A, if the speedometer display When the odometer is flashing, to return to the previous screen page (area C) is enabled. The information is displayed in area C, if the press the MODE button briefly or wait 10 seconds. speedometer display is disabled. In this case, the word “Manettino” will be displayed in area A. �� � C � �� � � 26

Menu page Configuration settings: To display the MENU page, press the DISP button briefly. Parameter display can be set and personalised in the various configurations using Vehicle Options and System Preferences The parameters that may be set are: available in the Infotainment system. (see the Infotainment System - Main page; Handbook). - TRIP B selection; - Speed repetition; To select the above mentioned parameters and the related functions, Warning light display priorities on TFT display 2 Priority 0 (Extremely critical malfunction): remains displayed for an use the UP and DOWN buttons. unlimited period of time, until the problem is corrected. To confirm the selected parameter, press MODE. Priority 1/Priority 2 Main page (Critical malfunction/Non-critical malfunction): remains displayed for In this area the user can choose the configuration that will be 20 seconds in the middle of area B and is then minimised. It remains permanently displayed. The following options are available: SPORT, displayed (minimised) at the bottom left of area B until the problem TYRES, TRIP A and TRIP B (if enabled). is corrected. TRIP B selection This area is used to activate (ON) and deactivate (OFF) TRIP B. 27

Electronic speedometer Gear display It indicates the vehicle speed. Incorporated in rev. counter; with the ignition key in position II (refer The value is also present on the TFT display. to page 50), it shows the gear engaged. N Neutral Rev. Counter R Reverse It indicates the engine RPM. 2 1 1st gear Avoid engine speed rates in the red sector. 2 2nd gear If such speed rates are exceeded, the ignition/injection ECU will 3 3rd gear temporarily cut-off the fuel supply. 4 4th gear 5 5th gear 6 6th gear Auto Automatic gearshift mode Auto Auto easy exit mode When the “–” symbol is displayed, it indicates a gearbox malfunction; please contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the necessary checks performed. Warning lights display If a warning light indicating a failure comes on while the engine is running, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the necessary checks performed. 28

Warning lights In addition to the self-check performed before ignition, the warning lights Airbag (x) may illuminate in the following cases: While driving, this indicates a malfunction in the airbag Notes: system and/or in the seat belt pretensioners. (x) They are also shown on the display. If the warning light does not illuminate for the self-check or if it illuminates while driving, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK immediately. 2 ABS (x) While driving to indicate a malfunction in the ABS system. “F1” gearbox failure (x) The standard braking system remains functional - contact the Permanently lit with warning sound: an operating error has FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. occurred in the “F1” gearbox. If the failure permits it, leave the road and contact the FERRARI Brake failure (x) SERVICE NETWORK. Indicates that the brake fluid level in the tank is too low. Flashing: low pressure in the system. Simultaneous illumination of the ABS and CST warning lights indicates a failure of the electronic brake force Coolant temperature (x) distributor EBD (refer to page 124). It indicates an excessively high temperature of the coolant. If the warning light turns on while driving, stop the vehicle, check In this case, turn off the engine and contact the FERRARI SERVICE the level of fluid in the tank and contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. NETWORK. Oil pressure (x) Parking brake Indicates that the engine oil pressure is too low. When the parking brake is engaged. If the warning light illuminates while driving, turn off the engine immediately and contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. Oil temperature (x) Brake pads worn (x) It indicates an excessively high temperature of the engine Indicates that the brake pads are worn. oil. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the brake pads replaced. Seat belts When the ignition key is turned to position II (see page 79) and the driver’s seat belt is not fastened. 29

Alternator (x) Rear fog lights If the recharging system is faulty. When the rear fog lights are turned on. When the battery is insufficiently charged or overcharged (flashing). Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system Engine control system malfunctioning (x) Warning light connected with the tyre pressure monitoring 2 During operation, to indicate a malfunction in the emission control system and in the ignition/injection system. system. See page 132. The Ferrari CODE system (x) After turning the ignition key to position II (refer to page 50), this remains lit for a self check for few seconds The vehicle is equipped with an electronic engine following engine starting. immobilizer system (Ferrari CODE), which is activated For further information, refer to page 114. automatically when the ignition key is removed. The keys are equipped with an electronic device that Fuel reserve (x) transmits a coded signal to the immobilizer ECU: engine Indicates that only 20 litres of fuel are left in the tank or ignition is enabled only if the proper code is recognised. that the level gauge is malfunctioning. CST system failure Direction indicator When the amber icon turns on, the CST system is signalling When the direction indicator lights are turned on. a fault (see page 122). When the hazard warning lights are turned on. Passenger-side airbag manual deactivation Position lights/low beams This turns on to indicate that the passenger side airbag has When the position lights or low beams are turned on. been deactivated with the specific key control (see page 85). High beams When the high beams are turned on. When the high beams Cruise Control (x) (optional) are used to flash. It comes on to indicate that the cruising speed regulating device has been activated (see page 43). Parking lights When the parking light control button is pressed. 30

Simultaneous illumination of several warning lights TFT display warning lights Failure of all the braking systems “ABS - EBD - CST” (x) Alarm system failure When all the warning lights shown in the figure illuminate at This indicates a failure in the alarm system. the same time: Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK Caution: danger of rear wheels locking due to inefficiency of the electronic brake force Battery conditioner connected When the instrument panel is on, it indicates that the battery 2 distributor and risk of spinning. conditioner is connected. Stop the vehicle avoiding sharp braking. Inertia switch Stop driving and contact the FERRARI SERVICE This indicates activation of the inertia switch in the event of NETWORK immediately. an accident and the resulting cut-out of the fuel supply. The vehicle can still be driven at low speed (max. 40 Km/h), to free the road. Low windscreen washer fluid level This indicates a low level of washer fluid in the windscreen washer tank. Lights failure This turns on in the case of a system failure or burning-out of the bulbs of position lights, direction indicators or rear fog lights. Number plate lights failure This turns on in the case of a system failure or burning-out of the number plate lights bulb. Twilight sensor failure This turns on in the case of a failure of the twilight sensor. 31

Catalytic converter temperature Tyre pressure If flashing, it indicates that the temperature of the catalytic Warning light connected with the tyre pressure monitoring converters is high: slow down until the warning light turns off. system. Refer to “Section 4” for the operating strategies. If the warning light remains on without flashing, the Rain sensor failure temperature reached by the catalytic converters is excessively high: stop the vehicle and contact the Ferrari Service This indicates that the rain sensor is faulty. 2 Network. Stop lights failure Parking sensor failure It switches on in the case of system failure or burning-out of It indicates a malfunction of the parking sensors system the STOP light bulb. (refer to page 65). Power steering failure Ice hazard This indicates a fault in the power steering system. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK This illuminates when the outside temperature is 3 °C or lower, in order to indicate the risk of icy roads. Fuel tank door open Drive carefully and slow down as the grip of the tyres is This indicates that the fuel tank door has been opened. markedly reduced. In this condition, do not activate “SPORT” mode. Low F1 gearbox oil level Suspension control system failure The red icon indicates that the F1 gearbox oil level is too low. While driving, it indicates a malfunction in the suspension Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the vehicle system. checked. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK Doors, front and rear lids open Finger-trap prevention system failure This indicates that the doors or front/rear lids are open or This indicates that the window finger-trap prevention system improperly closed. The part concerned is highlighted in red. is faulty. Generic failure Scheduled maintenance This indicates a generic failure. Depending on the accompanying message, this indicates that maintenance schedule deadlines are either approaching or due on that day (see page 161). CST system activation Upon reaching a deadline, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. This indicates that the CST system has been activated. 32

Running-in Before a trip The driving style adopted during the first 1,000 km (620 mi.) of Preliminary checks driving is critical for proper running-in; do not run the engine at excessively high speeds. Check the following at regular intervals and always before long trips: • tyre pressure and conditions; Engine and transmission 2 • levels of fluids and lubricants; Avoid exceeding 5,000 RPM for the first 1,000 km (620 mi). • condition of the windscreen wiper blades; After starting, avoid exceeding 4,000 RPM until the engine has warmed • proper functioning of the warning lights and external lights. up sufficiently (oil temperature: 65÷70 °C). In any case, it is advisable to perform these checks at least every 1,000 km • Do not keep the vehicle at high speeds for a prolonged time. (620 mi.), and to always comply with the maintenance schedule. • Do not press the accelerator pedal fully. It is also advisable to: • clean the glass covers of the external lights and all the glass surfaces; • properly adjust the mirrors, steering wheel, seats and seat belts. Refuelling Use unleaded fuel only! Using leaded fuel would permanently damage the catalytic converters. For specifications and quantities of lubricants and fluids, follow the information in the “Refilling” table on page 18. 33

Doors Introduction Locking and opening the doors from the inside When a door is opened or closed, the window automatically moves Press the “LOCK” D button for locking both doors and press the down by approximately 2 centimetres (position A) to a “target position”, “UNLOCK” E button to unlock them. in order to avoid contact with door weather strip. When the door is 2 closed, the window automatically moves back up to the “upper limit” (position B). Opening from the outside Using the wireless control, turn off the alarm and the central door locking system. If this does not work, see the “ Electronic alarm” chapter on page 9. Using the handle C to open the door, the window will lower by about 2 centimetres (0.78 in.). When the door is closed, it will move back up until it meets the weather strip. B A C � � 34

When the handle F is used to open the door, the window moves down Door open and exit area lighting to the “target position”. Each door is equipped with a lamp G, located beneath the internal When the door is closed, it will move back up to the “upper limit”. panel, which indicates that the door is open and illuminates the area on If the handle F is operated without opening the door, the window which the driver or passenger will step when exiting the vehicle. For moves down to the “target position”. However, if the door is not opened this purpose, the vehicle is also equipped with a second lamp H located within 2 seconds, the window moves back up to the “upper limit”. beneath the external rear-view mirrors. Therefore, the handle must be released and pulled again in order to open the door. 2 F F H G 35

Power windows Controls A and B which are used to operate the windows, are only To lower the window, automatic operation is also possible (full active when the ignition key is turned to position II (refer to page 50). opening): if the button is held pressed (over 0.3 seconds), automatic operation is activated and will only be deactivated when the window Driver-side power window reaches its travel limit or by pressing the button again. Press button A to move the window up or down. This button allows 2 manual operation (partial opening/closing) or automatic operation (complete opening/closing): press button A briefly, to enable manual When the door is open, the window can only raise to its “target position”, in order to avoid contact with the upper door seal strip when the door is closed. operation; a longer time (more than 0.3 seconds) to activate automatic Press and hold button D on the key to lower both windows. operation. In this mode, the window will only stop at the end of its travel or when the button is pressed a second time. Improper use of the power windows can be dangerous. The driver side is also equipped with button B which operates the Before use, always check that people and objects are at a passenger-side power window. safe distance. Passenger-side power window Pay particular attention during the automatic operation of the driver-side power window. Press button C to move the window up or down. Only manual operation is possible (partial opening) to raise the To protect the passengers remaining in the vehicle window: when button C is released, the window stops at the position against accidental operation of the power windows, reached. always remove the key from the ignition lock. A B C D 36

External lights and direction indicators The external lights and direction indicators only operate with the High beams ignition key in position II (see page 50). To turn on the high beams when the light switch A is set to , push The external lights can be switched on and off either manually or the left-hand lever B towards the dashboard. automatically, depending on the daylight. When the high beams are on, the respective warning light will Light switch Switch A has five positions: illuminate on the instrument panel (see page 30). Pull the lever B towards the steering wheel again to turn off the high 2 0 - Lights off; beams and turn on the low beams. - Position and number plate lights on (*); For the use of the high beams, follow the Road Regulations in force. - Low beams on (*); Flashing the headlights - Parking lights; The headlights can be flashed by pulling the left-hand lever B towards AUT - Automatic operation of the external lights according to the the steering wheel. ambient light. Flashing occurs also with lights off if the ignition key is at II. (*) The relative warning light on the instrument panel turns on (refer The high beams are used for flashing. Follow the Road Regulations in force. to page 30). B A A A 37

“Follow me home” function Parking lights This function allows you to set a timer for the position lights and for the The parking lights work when the ignition key is at position 0 or II, or low beams, so that they remain on, for a certain period, after turning off if the key has been removed (refer to page 50). the engine. They are activated by turning the light switch A to position . This feature may be activated using lever B on the steering column When the parking lights are on, the respective warning light will which flashes the headlights (refer to the previous page): the position illuminate on the instrument panel (see page 30). 2 lights and low beams turn on for 30 seconds, the message “follow me home” appears on the instrument panel display for 20 seconds, and the When the parking lights are on, move the left-hand lever B downward to turn on the left-hand position lights. Move the lever upward to turn lights activation time is displayed. on the right-hand position lights. When this function is active, every time the flash lever is operated, the time the lights remain on is increased by 30 seconds, with a maximum total time of 210 seconds. The display will show the time set. If the flash lever is operated for over 2 seconds, the function is deactivated and the indicator on the instrument panel display turns off. When the function is active, returning the key to position II (see page 50) deactivates the system. A 38

Automatic activation and deactivation Twilight sensor When the light switch A is turned to AUT and the ignition key is in The twilight sensor is comprised of two sensors: a global sensor, which position II (refer to page 50), position lights, low beams and number measures the ambient light upwards, and a directional one, which plate lights turn on and off automatically according to the ambient measures the ambient light in the vehicle’s direction of travel, so as to light. recognise tunnels, etc. The high beams can only be turned on manually by pushing the left-hand In the event of sensor failure, the system switches on low beams and lever B forwards. If the high beam control is activated, the high beams position lights irrespective of daylight conditions; the relative failure message will appear on the instrument panel display. 2 will turn on every time the lights are activated The failure indication will be displayed as long as the light switch A is automatically. We recommend therefore that you turn them turned to AUT. off every time the twilight sensor deactivates the external In this case, we recommend that you deactivate the automatic system lights. and turn on the external lights manually if necessary; contact the Ferrari Service Network as soon as possible. In case of fog during the day, the position lights and low beams will not be turned on automatically. The driver must always be ready to turn the lights on manually, and also the rear fog lights if necessary. After automatic activation of the external lights, it will always be possible to turn on the rear fog lights manually. When the external lights are deactivated automatically, also the rear fog lights are turned off (if active) automatically. Therefore, if necessary, the user will have to turn on the rear fog lights manually upon the next automatic activation. The driver is always responsible for turning on the external lights, depending on the ambient light and in compliance with the regulations in force in the country of use. The automatic system for turning on and off the external lights must be considered an aid for the driver. If necessary, turn the lights on and off manually. A 39

Direction indicators Rear fog lights When lever B is: These can be activated only when the high or low beams are on, by - moved up, the right-hand direction indicators are turned on; pressing button D. The respective warning light on the instrument - moved down, the left-hand direction indicators are activated. panel will illuminate (see page 29). The warning light C will illuminate on the instrument panel. Use the rear fog lights only in poor visibility conditions. 2 The lever returns to the neutral position automatically when the steering wheel is straightened. To indicate a temporary lane change, requiring only the slightest turn of the steering wheel, it is possible to shift the lever without clicking it into position (non-permanent position). B C B D 40

Windscreen washer/wipers and headlight washer The windscreen wipers and washers work only with the ignition key in Windscreen washer position II (refer to page 50). This is activated by pulling lever A towards the steering wheel Windscreen wipers (automatic return). The lever A has 5 settings: When the windscreen washer is activated, the windscreen wiper starts OFF - Windscreen wipers stationary. AUTO - Automatic operation. In this position, the rain sensor's automatically. Releasing the lever stops the jet of fluid while the blades continue to wipe for a short time. 2 sensing range can be adjusted (lever pushed down to Do not start the windscreen washer during the cold months until the first click position). windscreen has warmed up. If it has not warmed up, the fluid could freeze on the glass and block the view. 1 - Slow continuous operation (lever pushed down to second click position). Headlight washer 2 - Fast continuous operation (lever pushed down to The headlight washer is activated automatically when the windscreen third click position). washer is operated and the low beams are on. Lever up - Fast temporary operation (automatic return). The headlight washer and windscreen washer share the same fluid tank, and a low fluid level is indicated by the relative warning light B on the TFT display. A A A 41

Rain sensor Before cleaning the windscreen (at a service station, The rain sensor automatically adjusts the windscreen wiper timing to for example), ensure that the rain sensor function is the intensity of the rain during intermittent operation. switched off or that the key is in position 0. The rain sensor function must also be switched off before washing the car (by All functions controlled by the right-hand lever are unaffected. hand or in an automatic car wash). The rain sensor automatically activates when the right-hand lever is moved to AUTO, and it has a range of adjustment from “windscreen In case of ice or snow on the front windscreen, do not activate the rain sensor 2 wipers stationary”, when the windscreen is dry, to “fast continuous operation”, with heavy rain. to avoid damaging the wiper motor and/or blades. Rain sensor failure To regulate the frequency of intermittent operation, with the right-hand In the event of a malfunction occurring when the rain sensor is active, lever at AUTO, turn the end knob C. the wipers will be set to intermittent operation and the sensing range Turning the end knob counterclockwise, intermittent operation varies will be set by the driver, whether there is rain on the windscreen or not. from a maximum (fast intermittent operation) to a minimum (slow In this case, we recommend that you deactivate the rain sensor and intermittent operation). turn on the wipers, if necessary, in continuous mode. N.B: The rain sensor function is reset by turning the ignition key to position Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK as soon as possible. 0, and also by leaving the right-hand lever in the AUTO position. To reactivate it, turn the selector switch to the OFF position and then again to AUTO. C C 42

Cruise control (optional) This is an electronically-controlled driving aid which allows driving Storing the vehicle speed the vehicle at a constant speed (operating range between 30 km/h Proceed as follows: - 200 km/h) without having to hold the accelerator pedal pressed. - turn the end knob A to ON and press the accelerator pedal until the It is recommended to activate the device when driving on long straight vehicle reaches the desired speed; and dry stretches of road where few gearshifts are required (e.g. on the motorway). - turn the end knob B upwards (+) for at least three seconds and then release it: the vehicle speed is stored and the accelerator pedal can be 2 Do not activate the device when driving in town. released. If necessary, you can accelerate by pressing the accelerator pedal: when Activating the device the pedal is released, the vehicle will go back to the previously stored speed. Turn the end knob A to ON. Activation is indicated by warning light D on the instrument panel Recalling the stored speed coming on and the relative warning light with accompanying message If the device has been deactivated, for example, by pressing the brake appearing on the TFT display. or clutch pedal, proceed as follows to recall the stored speed: Only activate the device when you are in 4th or 5th gear. When driving - gradually accelerate until the vehicle speed is close to the stored downhill with the device activated, the vehicle speed may increase value; slightly with respect to the speed stored. - engage the selected gear at the moment the speed is stored (4th or 5th gear) and press the Recall button C. C A D B 43

Increasing the stored speed Deactivating the device This can be done in two ways: Turn the end knob A to OFF or turn the ignition key to 0. The device is - pressing the accelerator pedal and then storing the new speed also deactivated automatically in the following conditions: reached; - when the brake or clutch pedal is pressed. or 2 - turning the end knob B upwards (+). While driving with the device on, do not place the Each turn of the end knob corresponds to an increase in speed of gearshift lever on idle. about 2 km/h, while holding the end knob turned upwards means a In the event of malfunctioning or failure of the device, continuos variation of the speed. turn the end knob A to OFF and contact the FERRARI Decreasing the stored speed SERVICE NETWORK. This can be done in two ways: - deactivating the device and then storing the new speed; or - turning end knob B downwards (-) until reaching the new speed, which will automatically be stored. Each turn of the end knob corresponds to a decrease in speed of about 2 km/h, while holding the end knob turned downwards means a continuous variation of the speed. C A B 44

Steering wheel buttons Horn control In the event of a failure of one of the onboard systems, signalled The horn can be used by pressing the horn symbol A, on either side by the relative warning light on the TFT display (see page 87), the of the steering wheel. switch moves to a “recovery” position, but still allows the vehicle to Start button be driven. In these cases, contact the Ferrari Service Network. 2 Press button B (ENGINE START) to start the engine. When the “COMFORT” mode engine has started, release the ENGINE START button. Do not hold Select this mode for comfort even with a performance driving style, the ENGINE START button down for a long time. and to ensure stability in low and medium grip conditions. This mode is also recommended for urban driving. When this mode is enabled, Driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) the icon COMFORT is shown in the respective area on the TFT The driving mode selected does not exempt the driver from comply- display. ing with the rules of safe driving. The driver may use the “Manettino” C to select the driving mode best SPORT mode suited to the desired driving style. This is the ideal setting for vehicle performance. Select SPORT mode for sports-style driving, under high-grip condi- tions. Activation will be signalled by the SPORT icon in the dedicated area on the TFT display. A A � ������� � B C ����� AM ��� °C 45

Deactivating the CST system ( CST ) Infotainment system control Select this mode to deactivate the CST system (always active when Press button G behind the left-hand side of the steering wheel to adjust the engine is started). the general system volume. When the system is deactivated, the relative warning light F illumi- Press button H behind the left-hand side of the steering wheel to nates on the instrument panel, and the relative ASR/CST failure activate voice commands/accept an incoming call. Press button I behind the right-hand side of the steering wheel to scroll 2 warning light with the message “CST off ” will be shown on the TFT display for 5 seconds. The icon CST will also be shown in the relative area on the TFT display between selected functions. Press button L behind the right-hand side of the steering wheel to cancel voice commands, reject an incoming call and return to the In medium or low grip conditions (e.g., wet, icy or sandy previous menu. roads etc.), keep the CST system activated and do not For more details refer to the Infotainment System Booklet. select “SPORT” mode. In any case, we recommend that you to keep the CST system activated even under normal driving conditions. If the amber warning light F lights up when CST is active, there is a system malfunction. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. � � �� 00:20 AM 000 °C � � 46

Steering wheel mounted gearbox controls The car is equipped with an electrically actuated gearbox with controls mounted on the steering wheel. Pull the right-hand UP lever towards the steering wheel to shift up. Pull the left-hand DOWN lever towards the steering wheel to shift down. For use see “Starting and driving the vehicle” on page 51. 2 UP DOWN 47

Roof panel controls Deactivating the alarm system motion sensors Tyre pressure calibration button Pressing button A deactivates the motion sensing function of the alarm To calibrate the system, turn the ignition key to position II (refer to system. When this function is deactivated, the LED on the button page 50), then press the key C for a time ranging from 4 to 10 seconds. flashes for about 3 seconds and then turns off. 2 The system will take a maximum of 20 minutes to complete the Deactivating the anti-lift alarm system calibration procedure with the vehicle in motion. Pressing button B deactivates the anti-lift alarm system. When this The situation detected will then be shown on the display. function is deactivated, the LED on the button flashes for about 3 For further information, refer to the paragraph “Tyre pressure and seconds and then turns off. temperature monitoring system” on page 132. A B C 48

Central console controls Hazard warning lights Opening the glove compartment Press button A to turn on the hazard warning lights. These lights will Button D controls the glove compartment opening (see page 88). operate with the ignition key in any position. To turn them off, press the Activating the front parking sensors (optional) button again. When the hazard warning lights are on, the direction indicators, the relative warning lights on the instrument panel and the button itself Button E controls activation of the front parking sensors (see page 65). 2 flash. Door locking and unlocking The buttons B and C, located on the central console, are used to lock (B) and unlock (C) the doors (see page 34). � � � � � 49

Ignition switch The ignition key can be set to the following positions: Position 0 - Stop Never remove the key when the vehicle is moving! Engine off, key removable. The steering wheel will lock automatically with the first turn of the steering wheel. 2 Steering lock engaged. The hazard warning lights and the parking lights can be activated. Always remember to remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! To facilitate steering wheel release, turn the steering wheel slightly in both directions while turning the ignition key. Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. Position II - Ignition If the device has been tampered with, contact the appropriate authorities for inspection. Turning the key to this position, the TFT display will check the signals coming from the vehicle systems. If no malfunctions are found after starting up, the words “Check OK” will be displayed. 0 II 50

Starting and driving the vehicle System start-up If the warning light B continues flashing without turning off, deactivate When the ignition key is turned to position II the gearshift display A the system and reactivate it. If the failure persists, contact an AUTHORISED and all its segments, as well as the relevant failure warning light B turn FERRARI SERVICE CENTRE to have the necessary checks performed. on. The warning light will turn off if no problems are detected within a If the warning light B remains illuminated, this means that there is few seconds. The gear currently engaged will remain highlighted on the display. a system failure. This condition will also be indicated by an acoustic alarm when the ignition key is turned to position II. 2 Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the malfunction identified When the driver-side door is opened, the “F1” system pump activates for and repaired. several seconds; this function allows the system to be ready for operation when the ignition key is inserted. The failure warning light B may also flash for a short time (10 sec.) and then turn off: the system is completing the “start-up” phase and will then function correctly. Avoid entering any commands in the system during this stage. B A 51

Operation with the engine off If the horizontal dash (C) appears on the display, there The vehicle is equipped with an electro-hydraulically controlled gearbox is a system failure (B warning light on). system by means of levers on the steering wheel. When the engine is off, 1st, reverse gear “R”and neutral “N” can be The default setting for the F1 gearbox is always “Automatic” mode. engaged. Every time the vehicle is started, the F1 gearbox is in “Auto easy exit” mode, Holding the brake pedal pressed during the request, proceed as follows: 2 unless the vehicle was in “Automatic” mode when it was turned off. To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode operate the UP or DOWN lever (while the vehicle • “N” (Neutral): pull both levers located behind the steering wheel. is moving) or press the AUTO button on the central console. • “R” (Reverse gear): lift and pull the lever D toward the rear of the vehicle. Once the “System start-up” stage has been completed, the gear engaged will appear on the display: Keep lever D pulled up until the “R” appears on the N (Neutral); display. R (Reverse); • Engaging 1st gear: move lever D forward or pull the “UP” lever 1 (1st gear); toward the steering wheel. 2 (2nd gear), etc. If the display is flashing (this can also happen in “N”), the gear has not To engage the opposite gear using the reverse lever D, been correctly engaged or disengaged; in this case, request “N” and keep it pushed forward until number “1” appears on the then the desired gear. display. DOWN UP D D C 52

Release the levers “UP” and D as soon as the engaged gear is shown on the If the engine fails to start after several attempts, check for one of the display; continued operation may activate the failure warning light B and following causes: the buzzer. • insufficient speed of the starter motor (flat battery); Do not operate the system with the engine off, to prevent discharging the • ignition device faulty; battery. • electrical contacts faulty; Also avoid unnecessary gear-shifting when the engine is off, in order to • fuel pump fuses blown. prevent the “F1” system pump from overheating. If the driver-side door or engine and luggage compartment lids are open, or Warming up the engine 2 not properly closed, none of the gears can be engaged. Do not run the engine at high speeds until the engine oil temperature Starting the engine has reached at least 65÷70 °C (149–158 °F), approximately. Before starting the engine, make sure that the alarm system and all Starting the vehicle electrical devices with high power absorption are turned off. With the engine started, vehicle stationary and the brake pedal pressed, • Ensure that the parking brake is applied and that the doors are closed. pull the right-hand lever “UP” toward the steering wheel in order to • Hold the brake pedal pressed when starting the engine. engage 1st gear or move the lever D forward. • Do not press the accelerator pedal. Use first gear when parking and when moving uphill. • Turn the ignition key to position II and wait for the “Check OK” icon to appear on the TFT display. Release the brake pedal and press the accelerator to start off. • If the “Check OK” symbol does not appear, turn the key back to position 0, wait a few seconds and repeat the procedure. With the engine started and the vehicle stationary, it is possible to shift directly from 1st, or 2nd gear to “R” (reverse) by moving the lever D and • Put the gearshift in neutral, pulling both the “UP” and “DOWN” levers towards the steering wheel. Ensure that the gear display shows from reverse to 1st gear by pushing the lever D forward or by pulling “N” and that it is not flashing. the lever “UP” toward the steering wheel. • Press the ENGINE START button and release it as soon as the engine is When reverse is selected, an acoustic safety signal beeps intermittently as long running. as “R” is engaged. • After the engine has started, the symbol “Check OK” will appear. If the system automatically selects 2nd gear when attempting to shift from R to 1st gear, this indicates that 1st gear has jammed.Therefore, Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for prolonged periods. this is not a malfunction, as it falls within the system operation logic. If the engine does not start, turn the key back to position 0 and wait for For the same reason, when shifting from 1st gear to “R”, the system will the gear display to go off before retrying. automatically engage “N” if the gear has jammed. Hold the brake pedal down while starting the engine. During prolonged stops with the engine running, it is advisable to keep If the engine fails to start, after turning the key to position 0, wait until the gearshift in “N”. the gear display turns off and then repeat the entire procedure. On downhill stretches, if you allow the vehicle to move forward in “N”, when “UP” is requested, the system will engage a gear in relation to the vehicle speed. 53

For safety reasons, the system activates an alarm buzzer and “UP”, Upshifting automatically shifts to “N” when, with the vehicle stationary, the engine Use the right-hand “UP” lever without releasing the accelerator pedal. running and gear engaged: The “UP” request is not accepted if engagement of the requested gear • one stays without pressing on the brake pedal or accelerator pedal for would force the engine to run at low RPM (underrevving) or if an “UP- more than 90 seconds; shift” is already in progress due to engine overrevving. • one stays with the brake pedal pressed for more than 10 minutes; Quicker gearshifts are performed when requested with the accelerator 2 • the door is opened without pressing the brake pedal or the accelerator; fully depressed and with the engine speed over 5,500 RPM. In any event, it is advisable to: • the engine compartment lid is opened. • Shift gears without releasing the accelerator pedal if already The buzzer may also sound to warn the driver that the depressed. clutch is starting to overheat; this may occur if you use • Wait until gear-shifting has been completed before requesting the the accelerator pedal when the vehicle is stationary on an next shift, avoiding a rapid sequence of multiple requests. uphill stretch or during the “pick-up” manoeuvre. “UP” due to engine overrevving In these cases, you must release the accelerator pedal and only use the The system “automatically” engages a higher gear if the accelerator brake pedal to keep the vehicle stationary or, where possible, start off pedal is pressed and the engine approaches the “runaway speed rate” immediately. (overrevving). Important This condition does not occur with the system in “SPORT” mode. • When the vehicle is stationary with a gear engaged, always hold the “DOWN”, Downshifting brake pedal pressed down until you are ready to move. Use the left-hand “DOWN ”lever, even without releasing the • Do not “rev the engine” using the accelerator pedal to start off. accelerator pedal. • Shift to reverse only when the vehicle has come to a complete stop A “DOWN-shift” request is not accepted if engagement of the while keeping the brake pedal pressed. requested gear would force the engine beyond a certain RPM or if a If the vehicle is stopped on an uphill stretch, do not use the accelerator pedal “DOWN-shift” is already in progress due to a too low engine RPM. to keep it stationary. Use the brake and press the accelerator pedal only when In any event, it is advisable to: ready to move. • Shift gears without releasing the accelerator pedal if already • If the accelerator pedal is fully pressed very quickly when the CST depressed. system is deactivated and “SPORT” mode is active, the vehicle will have a “performance” start, with skidding of the driving wheels even • If a “DOWN-shift” is requested to start overtaking, where rapid under high grip conditions. acceleration is required, press the accelerator pedal just before moving the lever. • Wait until gear-shifting has been completed before requesting the next shift, avoiding a rapid sequence of multiple requests. 54

“DOWN” due to engine underrevving The result is extremely rapid gearshifting taking as little as 100 ms • The system shifts down the gears “automatically”, if the engine runs (measured as “acceleration gap”). below the minimum speed rate, set at 1,250 RPM. A message on the TFT display (next to the fuel gauge) notifies the • A “DOWN-shift” requested through the lever is ignored if gear- driver that the F1-SuperFast fast gearshift function is available when shifting due to a too low speed rate is already in progress. the following conditions are met: 2 - F1-S function enabled; Engine speed rate adjustment during upshifting in “SPORT” mode - engine water temperature > 70 °C; When “SPORT” mode is active, under racing-style driving conditions - gearbox oil temperature > 15 °C; (engine over 5,000 RPM), the RPM rate is adjusted automatically The F1-SuperFast fast gearshift function is enabled when an “UP”-shift during gear-shifting. This feature is even more apparent as engine is requested and, in addition to those listed above, the following condi- speed increases. tions are also met: “N” (Neutral) request - engine speed > 5,000 RPM; If necessary, “N” can be requested at any speed. - accelerator pedal > 80%; Subsequently, if “UP-shifting” is requested, the system will engage the - lateral acceleration < 0.9 g; gear most suited to the speed of the vehicle. - ESP/ASR systems not triggered; F1 - SUPERFAST gearshift - wheelspin < 10%. The F1-SuperFast system uses the integrated electronic engine and gearbox management functions to exploit the elastic energy stored in the transmission components and enhance the performance of the vehicle. The different actions involved in gearshifting (torque reduction and clutch disengagement, gear disengagement and engagement and subsequent clutch reengagement) are carried out in parallel instead of sequentially. � � �� 55

Stopping the vehicle Other system functions When the vehicle stops, the system automatically engages 1st gear “F1-S” function (unless “N” has already been requested). The “F1-S” function is characterised by faster gear-shifting than in “normal” When the vehicle is stationary and the engine is running, keep the conditions. This function is available in all “Manettino” positions. brake pedal pressed until ready to move off again. “COMFORT” set-up 2 Turning off the engine and deactivating the system The engine can be turned off either with the gearshift in “N” or a gear Press button E to enable the fast gearshift mode. The F1-S symbol is shown in area A (see figure on page 22) of the TFT display, with the engaged. message SF shown in area C indicating that the F1-SuperFast fast After turning the ignition key from position II to position 0, the display gearshift mode is enabled (provided that the conditions described will remain on for a few more seconds to display the gear engaged. If on page 55 are met). When the button is pressed a second time, the the gear is in “N” a sound alarm is activated. function is deactivated restoring the normal gearshift speed and the letters F1-S on the TFT display will go off. Do not start the vehicle before the display has turned off. “SPORT” set-up Never leave the vehicle with the gearshift in “N”. Engage a gear (1st or “ R”), ensure that the display is not flashing and “SPORT” mode is characterised by stiffer suspension always apply the parking brake. Never leave the vehicle with and activation of the “F1-S” function (faster gearshifting the engine running. than in “COMFORT” mode). Never remove the key when the vehicle is moving! The system “SPORT” mode also includes the “F1-S” function. When SPORT and the display will remain active, but malfunctioning, until mode is enabled, in addition to the massage SPORT, the message the vehicle is stopped. In addition, the steering wheel will lock F1-S also appears on the TFT display, together with the message SF in automatically with the first turn of the steering wheel. In this case, the failure warning light (B, see page 51) will switch on and before starting off again, the system (as well as the display) must be turned off and the “Start-up” phase repeated. In any event, it is advisable to: • Keep the brake pedal pressed when turning off the engine and E deactivating the system. • Do not request a gearshift while the system is turning off. � � �� 56

area C, indicating that the F1-SuperFast fast gearshift mode is enabled If the “F1-S” function is selected when already in “Automatic” mode, (provided that the conditions described on page 55 are met). the system selects a fast gearshift mode (faster gearshifts than in Furthermore, when this function is active, the CST system operation is normal “Automatic” mode). more noticeable and, during sharp accelerations, the vehicle’s grip on When the function is active, the speed of gearshifts increases the road may be lower. proportionally with engine speed, in other terms, the higher the RPM The “F1-S” function may be deactivated when in SPORT mode by the faster the gearshift. pressing button E. Both F1-S and SF will disappear from the TFT display, but the SPORT message will remain on. Press the same button DOWN-shifts on dry roads with the accelerator pedal released will result in an engine braking effect close to the grip limit of the driving 2 again to reactivate the function. wheels. “SPORT” mode can be activated even if the “F1-S” function is already The gearshift speed is automatically adjusted in racing-style driving active. conditions (engine speed over 3,000 RPM) and more appreciably as It is advisable not to use “SPORT” mode on roads with the engine speed increases. low or medium grip conditions (e.g., ice, snow, or wet It is advisable not to use the “F1-S” function on roads with low or medium roads) as the driving wheels could skid during gearshifts. grip conditions (e.g., ice, snow, or wet roads) as the driving wheels could skid Therefore, racing-style driving is advisable only on race during gearshifts. Therefore, a racing driving style should only be adopted on tracks. a race track. In case of faults in the control lever assemblies, the system, in addition to activating the buzzer and illuminating the fault warning light (B, see page 51), auto-selects the automatic mode and any further gearshift commands will be ignored, including “N” and “R”. If the malfunction persists, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the malfunction corrected. ����� AM ��� °C 00:20 000 °C AM 57

“Automatic gearshift” mode (when the vehicle is moving) the system will exit “Automatic” mode to This mode is activated (or deactivated) using switch H; the letters switch to “Manual” mode. “AUTO” L will light up inside the gear display and the system will If you then request “Automatic” mode by pressing the AUTO button, automatically adjust “upshifting” and “downshifting” according to the the system will use all the “Automatic” gear-shifting features. vehicle speed, engine speed and torque/power request of the driver. To return to manual mode, either request a gearshift or press and hold Push start 2 button H until the “Automatic” indicator light goes out. When the vehicle is stopped, requesting “N”, 1st or “R” will not switch In the event that the ignition system malfunctions, you can “push start” the vehicle as follows: from “Automatic” to “Manual” mode. • perform the “System start-up” procedure; It is advisable to: deactivate other operating modes before selecting • request an “UP-shift” as the vehicle is gaining speed with the “Automatic” mode. gearshift in “N”. This procedure should be avoided unless there is an emergency situation! “Auto easy exit” mode The vehicle is always initialised in “Auto easy exit” mode, unless it was turned off with the gearbox in “Automatic” mode. When the mode is enabled, the message AUTO appears inside the selected gear display on the instrument panel. (see page 28) The system will automatically shift the gears UP and DOWN according to the vehicle speed, the engine RPM and the torque/power requested by the driver. In “Auto easy exit” mode, if you operate the UP and DOWN shift levers H AUTO L 58

While driving Parking Never drive, not even downhill, with the revolution counter pointer Apply the parking brake, engage 1st gear, whether parking uphill or near the peak engine speed. downhill, steer the wheels and switch off the engine. When the revolution counter pointer approaches peak speed (the red As the 1st gear is the most reduced, it is more suited to use the engine zone), the driver must be very careful to avoid exceeding that limit. as a brake. In normal conditions, all the red and amber light indicators for the suspension system and the “CST” system, on the instrument panel or When parking on a steep slope, use a wedge or rock to block the wheels. 2 the TFT display, must be off; if on, these lights indicate a malfunction Never leave the ignition key in position II. in the corresponding system. Always remove the key when getting out of the vehicle. Ensure proper functioning of the various devices by checking the Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. relative control gauges. Do not park the vehicle on flammable materials (e.g. Continuing to drive when a red warning light is on paper, grass, dry leaves, etc.). They could catch fire if they could put the occupants’ safety at risk and cause come into contact with hot parts of the exhaust system. serious damage to the vehicle, affecting its operation and Do not leave the engine running with the vehicle unattended. performance. After sports-style driving, let the engine idle for several minutes before turning it off, in order to stabilise the temperatures. Do not travel downhill with the engine off, as the brake servo will no longer function due to the vacuum decrease and thus after a few braking attempts, the system will become totally inefficient. 59

Safe driving For safe travelling, it is essential that the driver be aware of the best At regular intervals, check the following: driving techniques suited to various circumstances. Always try to - Tyre pressure and condition; prevent dangerous situations by driving with caution. - Engine oil level; Before you drive - Engine coolant level and cooling system condition; 2 - Adjust the position of the seat, steering wheel and rear-view mirrors, in order to obtain the best driving position. - Brake fluid level; - Power steering system oil level; - Adjust the backrest so that your chest is upright and your head is as - Windscreen washer fluid level. close to the headrest as possible. When travelling - Carefully adjust the headrest so that your head, and not the neck, - Caution is the number one rule for safe driving, which also means you is resting against it. Ensure that nothing (e.g. mat covers, etc.) is should take other people’s behaviour into consideration. blocking the pedals. - Follow the Road Regulations of the country in which you are driving, - Check that the lights and headlights are working properly. and always respect the speed limit. - Check that the acoustic and visual warning devices are working - Strictly follow the road signs and comply with the Road Regulations properly. (both national and local) of the country in which you are driving. - Ensure that any child restraint systems (e.g., child seats, etc.) are - Always ensure that you and the passengers have your seat belts properly fixed on the rear seat. fastened and that all children are travelling in suitable child seats. - To prevent objects being thrown forwards in the event of sudden - Good personal physical conditions ensure you can drive long braking, put them in the luggage compartment. distances safely. - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat lightly before driving: avoid heavy meals before a trip. Drunk driving, or driving under the influence of drugs or certain medicines is extremely dangerous for yourself - Do not drink alcoholic drinks before and during the journey. and others. Always fasten the seat belts and adjust them properly. Taking certain medicines, alcohol, drugs or psychotropic Correct use of the seat belts can considerably reduce the substances is extremely dangerous for yourself and others as it risk of serious injury in the event of an accident. considerably increases the risk of accidents. Travelling without your seat belt fastened increases the risk of serious injury or death in the event of a collision. Always make sure that the seat belts are fastened. This applies to passengers travelling in the front or the rear, including the children in their specific seats. 60

Deactivate the passenger’s airbag (where possible) if a - Use the high beams only outside of urban areas and when you are child seat is fitted on the front seat. sure that they will not disturb other drivers. It is strictly prohibited to fit a child seat and carry - Turn off the high beams when you see oncoming vehicles and use the children in the front passenger seat on vehicles that are low beams. not equipped with the device for manual deactivation of the - Keep the lights and headlights clean. passenger airbag. - Watch out for animals crossing the road when travelling outside Do not travel with objects lying around on the floor, especially in front of the driver seat: in the event of urban areas. Driving in the rain 2 braking, these could slide under the pedals, making it Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous situations. impossible to brake or accelerate. All manoeuvres are more difficult on a wet road, as the tyres have Additionally, ensure that any loose mat cover sits correctly. significantly less grip on the road. This means that the braking Water, ice and salt spread on icy roads may deposit on distances increase considerably and road-holding decreases. the brake discs and reduce the efficiency of the initial Below is some advice for driving in the rain: braking. - Keep a greater safety distance between yourself and the other - Make regular stops to loosen up your limbs and refresh yourself, and vehicles and reduce your speed. avoid driving for hours on end. - When it is raining very hard, visibility is also reduced. In these cases, - Keep a constant air circulation in the passenger compartment. to make yourself more visible to others, turn on the low beams even during the day. - Never coast downhill with the engine off: in these conditions the engine brake, brake servo and power steering cannot be used, - Do not drive through puddles at high speeds as you do not know braking requires greater pressure on the pedal and steering will be how deep they may be. Travelling through a puddle at high speed harder. can result in losing control of the vehicle (“aquaplaning”): hold the steering wheel firmly. Driving at night - Use the ventilation system to defog the windscreen (see page 95), and When you are travelling at night, follow these fundamental rules: to avoid visibility problems. - Reduce speed, particularly on dark roads. - Periodically check the conditions of the windscreen wiper blades. - Driving conditions are more demanding at night, so take particular care. - If you start feeling tired or sleepy, stop immediately: to continue driving would be a risk for you and for others. Continue only after you have had a rest. - At night, it is difficult to evaluate the speed of the vehicles by seeing their lights only: keep at a greater safety distance than you would during the day. 61

Driving in fog Driving on snowy or icy roads - Whenever possible, avoid travelling if the fog is thick. If you have to Below is some advice for driving in these conditions: drive in misty conditions, or if there is thick fog or fog banks, follow - Keep a very moderate speed. these rules: - Keep a safe distance from the vehicles in front of you. - Keep a moderate speed. - Fit snow tyres approved for the vehicle. - Turn on the low beams, even during the day, and use the rear and 2 front fog lights. Avoid using the high beams. On stretches where visibility is good, turn off the rear fog light as it is very - Given the poor grip, use the engine brake as much as possible and avoid sudden braking. - Avoid sudden acceleration and sharp changes in direction. bright; it may be annoying for the occupants of the vehicles behind you. - During the winter season, even apparently dry roads can have icy - Remember that fog makes the road damp and therefore all sections. Therefore, be careful when driving along stretches of road in manoeuvres are more difficult and braking distances are longer. the shade as there may be icy patches. - Considerably increase the safety distance to the vehicle in front of you. Driving with the “ABS” braking system - As far as possible, avoid suddenly changing speed and direction. The ABS system offers two advantages: - As far as possible, avoid overtaking. - It prevents the wheels from locking and skidding during emergency - In the event of an emergency stop, (e.g., failures, inability to proceed braking, particularly in low-grip conditions. due to poor visibility conditions, etc.) try to leave the main driving - It allows braking and changing direction at the same time. This lane. Then turn on the hazard warning lights and, if possible, the low feature is affected by the physical limits and lateral grip of the tyres. beams. If another vehicle approaches, sound the horn repeatedly. - When the ABS is activated, you will feel a slight pulsing of the brake pedal during emergency braking or in low-grip conditions. Do not Driving on mountain roads release the pedal but continue to push it to give continuity to the - To prevent the brakes from overheating when driving downhill, use braking action. the engine to brake by engaging a lower gear. - The ABS prevents the wheels from locking, but it does not increase - Never coast downhill or drive downhill with the engine off or in the physical limits of grip between the tyres and the road: keep a safe neutral, nor with the ignition key removed from the steering column. distance from the vehicles ahead and reduce speed before curves. - Drive at a moderate speeds and do not “cut” corners. - Remember that overtaking uphill is slower and requires a longer free stretch of road. If you are overtaken when driving uphill, ensure that the other vehicle can pass easily. 62

Using the driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) The driving mode control switch A on the steering wheel allows high speeds. Also the CST system switches to a different level the driver to rapidly and intuitively make full use of the vehicle’s offering you greater driving freedom. In this mode, F1-S per- potential. The control switch has three positions, arranged in order formance gearshifting is activated (see page 56). Furthermore, of ascending grip level (from low to high) and providing differing degrees of driver assistance (from maximum to none). when this function is active, the CST system operation is more noticeable and, during sharp accelerations, the vehicle’s grip on 2 the road may be lower. ������� COMFORT mode ensures stability on both dry and wet roads. It is therefore recommended on roads where grip is poor (e.g. “SPORT” mode is characterised by stiffer suspension rain), slippery or extremely uneven roads, but also to enhance and activation of the “F1-S” function (faster gearshifting comfort during city driving. In this configuration, you can drive than in “COMFORT” mode). the vehicle freely using the gearbox. Suspension damping is It is advisable not to use “SPORT” mode on roads with optimised to provide the best possible comfort. low or medium grip conditions (e.g., ice, snow, or wet SPORT mode ensures stability only in medium- to high-grip roads) as the driving wheels could skid during gearshifts. conditions and not in low-grip conditions (it would be prefer- Therefore, racing-style driving is advisable only on race able to return to COMFORT mode). In this mode, the vehicle tracks. maximum performance can be experienced on open roads. For this reason, the suspension damping level is shifted to a higher one, so as to enhance performance, handling and stability at A 63

In case of faults in the control lever assemblies, the system, in addition to activating the buzzer and illuminating the fault warning light (B, see page 51), auto-selects the automatic mode and any further gearshift commands will be ignored, including “N” and “R”. If the malfunction persists, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the malfunction corrected. 2 The CST is deactivated. Vehicle stability is no longer control- led, but is completely in the hands of the driver. The only aux- iliary systems still active are those that cannot be deactivated, such as ABS and EBD. Pressing the brake pedal reactivates the CST system, while the F1-S system remains disabled. The gear- shifting speed (vehicles with F1 gearbox) and damping control remain the same as in SPORT mode. 64

Parking manoeuvre To make parking manoeuvres easier for the driver, the vehicle is The front (if present) and rear sensors activate automatically when equipped with four sensors housed on the rear bumper; optionally, reversing, with the ignition key in position II. If the vehicle is also four sensors can also be fitted on the front bumper. equipped with front parking sensors, press button A on the central During parking manoeuvres, the parking sensors provide the driver console (next to the hazard warning light button) to activate all with information on the distance between obstacles found in front or behind the vehicle. sensors; when the front sensors are active, the button illuminates with an amber light. To deactivate the sensors, press the button A again. When reverse is disengaged, the sensors remain active until a speed of 2 The driver is informed of the presence and of the distance of any obstacle by means of acoustic signals (beeps). approx. 30 km/h (18.65 mph) is exceeded. By supplementing the driver’s direct visual information with that When the sensors are activated, the system begins to beep as soon as provided by the system’s acoustic signals, potential collisions can be an obstacle is detected, and the tone frequency increases as the vehicle avoided. approaches the obstacle. When the obstacle is located at a distance of less than 40 cm (15.7 inches), the beep is continuous. The tone cycle However, the driver remains fully responsible for is constant if the distance measured by the central sensors remains parking manoeuvres and in other potentially dangerous unaltered, while if this occurs with the side sensors, the signal stops situations. The system has actually been designed only as after approximately 3 seconds, to prevent for example continuous a supplementary aid during parking manoeuvres, since it beeps in the event of manoeuvres alongside walls. allows the driver to detect obstacles outside his field of vision. A 65

If your vehicle is equipped with a system with front and rear sensors, Sensors the distance from the obstacles will be also viewed on the TFT display. To measure the distance from the obstacles, the system uses 4 sensors The position and the distance from the obstacle are displayed in the fitted in the front bumper and 4 sensors fitted in the rear one. fields around the vehicle. For the system to operate correctly, the sensors The colour represents the distance, while the field represents the positioned on the bumpers must be kept clean (remove position. any mud, dirt, snow or ice). 2 The green colour represents the maximum distance detected, the yellow colour the medium distance and the red colour the minimum Should you need to repaint the bumper or in case of paint touch-ups in the sensors area, please contact exclusively the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. one. Incorrect paint application could affect the parking sensor operation. If only the front sensors are active, the rear ones will not be displayed. When cleaning the sensors, be extremely careful to avoid scratching or damaging them; therefore, do not use dry, rough or hard cloths. The sensors must be washed with clean water, possibly with car shampoo added. In car-washes which use steam jet or high pressure cleaning machines, keep the nozzle at least 10 cm (4 inches) away from the sensors. 66

Sensor range Sensor failure The sensors allow the system to monitor the front and rear of the In the event that the parking sensors fail, the relevant warning light on vehicle. the display comes on (see page 32) together with the message “Parking They are positioned so as to monitor the central and lateral zones at the sensor failure”. front and at the rear of the vehicle. If the obstacle is located in the central area, this is detected at distances of less than 0.9 m (3 feet) in the front area and 1.50 m (5 feet) in the rear area. If the obstacle is located in a lateral position, it will be 2 detected at distances of less than 0.6 m (2 feet). 67

Respecting the environment We are all responsible for respecting and protecting the environment. Particular driving conditions Ferrari has designed and constructed this vehicle using technology, Very short trips and frequent cold starts do not allow the engine to materials and devices to reduce the harmful impact on the environment reach the optimal operating temperature and can cause a significant to a minimum. increase in noxious emissions. 2 As further contribution towards protecting the environment, drive safely and behave responsibly at all times. Intense traffic conditions involving the use of lower gears, or driving in urban areas with numerous traffic lights can increase the emission of It is important to keep the vehicle perfectly efficient by complying with noxious substances in the environment. the “Maintenance Schedule”. During prolonged stops (e.g. at level crossings) we recommend that you turn the engine off. Driving style Do not warm up the engine when the vehicle is stationary, either with the engine idling or running at a high speed: in these conditions the engine heats up much more slowly and increases fuel consumption and emissions. Set off immediately after starting the engine and drive slowly, avoiding high engine RPM until the temperature stabilises. Avoid pressing the accelerator repeatedly when stopped at traffic lights or before turning off the engine. This latter manoeuvre, and likewise “double-clutching”, are absolutely useless with current vehicles. These actions increase fuel consumption and pollution. As soon as traffic conditions and the route permit it, use a higher gear. Accelerating suddenly, and therefore increasing the engine RPM dramatically, is particularly detrimental in terms of emissions. Accelerate gradually and do not exceed the maximum engine torque rate. 68

Anti-pollution device maintenance Do not install heat guards and do not remove those The correct operation of the anti-pollution devices not only ensures already fitted to the catalytic converter and to the respect for the environment, but also affects vehicle performance. exhaust lines. Therefore, keeping these devices in good working conditions is the first Never spray anything on the catalytic converters, the rule for driving ecologically sound. oxygen sensors or the exhaust lines. The first precaution is to follow the “Maintenance Schedule” scrupulously. If starting is difficult, do not make several attempts. Push starts, towing The catalytic converters reach extremely high temperatures during operation. To avoid fire risks, do not park the car vehicle on flammable materials (e.g., grass, 2 the vehicle or using downhill slopes to start are all manoeuvres which dry leaves, pine needles, etc.) Failure to observe these rules could damage the catalytic converters. may result in risk of fire. Use only a battery charger and contact the Ferrari Service Network. If the engine does not work properly while travelling, continue driving, reducing engine performance to the bare minimum, and contact the nearest service centre of the Ferrari Service Network. A low fuel level could lead to an irregular fuel supply to the engine and inevitably increase the exhaust gas temperatures; this could cause serious damage to the catalytic converters. 69

Parking brake lever To engage the parking brake, pull the lever A fully upwards, until the Always use the parking brake when the vehicle is rear wheels lock. parked. With the ignition key in position II, the warning light B comes on to After hearing a series of clicks by pulling the parking brake indicate that the parking brake is engaged. lever, the vehicle should be blocked. If this is not the case, 2 please contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. To release the parking brake, slightly pull the lever upwards and press the release button C. Lower the lever fully, holding the button pressed. The warning light B will turn off when the parking brake is fully released. C A B A 70

Front seats Never adjust the seat while driving: you may lose control 1 - Back/forward adjustment of the vehicle. Moving the seat could distract you or Push control A on the outer side of the seat forward or back. make you press a pedal unintentionally. 2 - Height adjustment Adjust the driver’s seat only when the vehicle is stationary. 2 Move the front end of lever A up or downwards. The seats can only be adjusted with the ignition key in position II. 3 -Seat inclination adjustment (tilting) It is however possible, when the door is closed, to adjust the seat for Push the front end of lever A up or downwards. approx. 15 seconds after turning the ignition key to 0 and then for another 15 seconds following the last adjustment. 1 2 3 D E C A B A A A 71

4 - Height-tilt feature Driving with a seat reclined may be dangerous. The By pressing control A in the centre, you can adjust both the seat backrest must not be inclined too far back. For an cushion height and tilting at the same time. effective restraining action, the three-point (lap-shoulder) seat belt must fit perfectly against the occupant’s body. For 5 - Backrest adjustment this reason, both the driver and passenger’s backrests must Push lever B forward or backward to raise or lower the seat backrest. always be in an upright position while the vehicle is in 2 6 - Headrest adjustment Move the lever B up or downward until the headrest is positioned motion; otherwise the three-point lap/shoulder seat belt will not remain firmly secured against the body of the occupant, correctly at the nape of the neck. who may be seriously injured in the event of an accident. The upper seat belt mounting moves with the headrest. 4 5 6 OK NO B B A 72

Lumbar support adjustment (optional on the passenger seat) Heating system Push control C, on the horizontal arrows to increase or decrease The seat heating system is activated by turning control E. Two heating lumbar support, and on the vertical arrows to lift or lower the lumbar pads are used to heat the seat. When this function is active for one support. or more seats, the relative warning light on the instrument panel The lumbar support adjustment on the passenger seat is optional and is illuminates. supplied together with the “Seat heating system”. Using control E the driver can set the intensity of the heating, choosing Seat back tilt To tilt the front seat back, lift lever D and move the backrest forward. from 3 levels identified on the control with the numbers “1”, “2” and “3”. 2 To facilitate access to the rear seats or exiting the vehicle, the front seats Seat position memory are equipped with the “Easy Entry” device (operative with doors open The system can store and recall three different positions for the driver’s only), which moves the seats forward and lowers them automatically seat, the external rear-view mirrors and the steering wheel. when the relative backrests are lowered and returns them to the The positions can be stored only when the ignition key is in position original position when the backrests are lifted again. II. Adjust the position of the seat, the headrest, the external rear-view mirrors and the steering wheel. Then engage reverse and position the external rear view mirrors once again to ensure you have the best possible visibility for performing the manoeuvre, then disengage reverse gear. Next, push one of the three buttons F, each one corresponding to a memorisable position, for 3 seconds until you hear a double confirmation tone. E F D C 73

Lumbar support adjustment is not included in the seat position Rear seats memory. The memorisation of a new seat position cancels the one previously These can seat 2 passengers. stored with the same button. Armrest To recall one of the stored positions with the door open, briefly press The rear armrest is movable and can be folded up into the seat the relative button “1”, “2” or “3”. backrest. To lower it, pull the tab A. 2 A stored position can also be recalled when the doors are closed, by pressing the relative button “1”, “2” or “3”. Headrest To stop the seat, press one of the buttons F or one of the adjustment levers (see The rear headrests B are not movable. page 71). Malfunctioning of the seat control unit is indicated by a sequence of 5 tones A emitted when the ignition key is turned to position 0: contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the malfunction corrected. Easy entry/exit system The easy entry/exit system helps the driver when stepping in and out of the vehicle. When the driver exits the vehicle, the steering wheel moves upwards. The function is activated when the door is opened only when the ignition key has been removed or is in position 0. On re-entry the driver finds the steering wheel raised. After sitting down, closing the door and turning the key to position II, both the seat and the steering wheel return to their normal driving positions. To facilitate access to the rear seats or exiting the vehicle, the front seats are equipped with the “Easy Entry” device (operative with doors open B only), which moves the seats forward and lowers them automatically when the relative backrests are lowered and returns them to the original position when the backrests are lifted again. A 74

Adjusting the steering wheel Rear-view mirrors The steering wheel can be electrically adjusted, both in terms of height Internal rear-view mirror and depth. This can be adjusted manually. It can only be adjusted if the key is in position II. The electrochromic internal rear-view mirror automatically darkens For adjustment, move the control A in the four directions. so that the driver is not dazzled by reflected light. The mirrors darken The steering wheel position is memorised, together with the position of the external rear view mirrors, when the driver’s seat position is stored more or less rapidly depending on the light intensity. 2 (see page 71). Do not adjust the steering wheel while driving. To assist the driver when entering and exiting the vehicle, the steering wheel moves up automatically (see “Easy entry” system). A 75

External rear-view mirrors In this case, the mirrors become “unsteady” and to reactivate them you These are electrically adjusted using control A (with the ignition key in must: position II) and are equipped with defogging elements. • turn the ignition key to position II; 1) Mirror selection: select the mirror you intend to adjust (right or left) • move control A to the mirror fully closed position and then move it with selector A. back to the mirror open position, before the end-of-travel is reached. 2) Mirror positioning: move control A in the four directions (up – down The mirrors will yield in both directions in the event of a collision: if 2 – right – left) to adjust each of the rear-view mirrors. Once adjustment is complete, move the control A into the upper central necessary, the mirrors can be pushed both backwards and forwards. position, where it will be locked, in order to avoid changing the setting inadvertently. 3) Mirror folding: turn control A to the lower central position to close both mirrors to help parking manoeuvres in narrow spaces. When the control is moved back to the upper central position, the mirrors return to the open position. Do not turn the ignition key to position 0 while the rear-view mirrors are being opened or closed. 1 2 3 A A A A 76

Storing the rear-view mirror position Seat belts In the models equipped with memory seats, every time the seat position If used correctly, the seat belts in combination with the pretensioners, is memorised, the external rear-view mirror position is also stored protect the wearer from a variety of impacts, firmly securing the automatically, both for the normal travelling direction and for reverse occupants within the structure of the vehicle, thus preventing manoeuvring. dangerous jerks against the passenger compartment. To memorise a new position of the external rear-view mirrors, turn the ignition key to position II and adjust the position of the mirrors; then engage reverse and reposition the external mirrors to ensure the best FERRARI urges you to ensure that your seat belts are correctly fastened and adjusted at all times! 2 possible visibility to perform the manoeuvre, then disengage reverse Correct use of the seat belts can reduce the risk of serious gear. injury in the event of an accident. Finally press one of the buttons 1, 2 or 3 on the seat, each one The seat belts are automatic with three fastening points and an corresponding to a memorisable position, until a double tone confirms emergency inertia locking system on the winding unit, which is fitted the procedure is complete. with a pretensioner. The new position of the external rear-view mirrors will be automatically For maximum protection, keep the backrest in the upright position, memorised together with the seat position. ensure that your back is properly resting on it and adjust the seat belt The mirror positions can be adjusted for both the normal travelling correctly, fitting it closely across your chest and pelvis. direction and for reverse manoeuvring. The lap portion of the seat belt must be fitted low across your pelvis, Never retract or open the mirrors by hand to avoid damaging the powering resting on the pelvic bones. Ensure that the lap portion of the seat belt mechanism. does not rest on the abdomen, as this can result in an increased risk of The mirrors must always be in the open position while driving. injuries. Adjust the seat height to help keep the lap portion of the seat belt low on the pelvis. Do not let the seat belts come into contact with sharp edges. They may tear. Do not pin anything to the seat belts. This could reduce their initial strength and cause them to tear in the event of a crash. Do not bring cutting edges in 1 2 3 contact with a seat belt. This could reduce their initial strength and cause them to tear in the event of a crash. If a seat belt has come into contact with a sharp surface or has been used to pin something to it, immediately have it replaced at the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. 77

Adjusting seat belt height (front seats only) Fastening the seat belts The seat belts height must only be adjusted when the vehicle is After positioning the seat correctly; stationary. • Grip the buckle C, slowly pull the belt and insert the tang into its seat To move the belt feeder A, raise or lower the headrest adjustment D (if the belt locks while pulling it, let it rewind a little and then pull lever B. it again, but do not jerk it roughly). Always adjust the height of the front seat belts so that they suit the • Make sure that it has clicked into the locked position. 2 driver’s and passenger’s height. This precaution can reduce the risk of injury in a collision substantially. • Position the seat belt correctly: the lap portion of the seat belt must rest low on the pelvis, and lean onto the pelvic bones. The correct adjustment is achieved when the belt passes about midway • Pay attention that the lap portion of the seat belt does not move up between the end of the shoulder and the neck. into the abdomen. Using the rear seat belts • Avoid “slouching” positions, as these can bring the lap portion of the The belts for the rear seats must be worn as shown in the illustration. seat belt to move up to the abdominal region. Remember that, in the event of a violent impact, the • The upper portion of the seat belt must be adjusted so that it passes passengers on the rear seats that are not wearing the seat over the shoulder, midway between the end of the shoulder and the belts are not only subject to personal injuries but they also neck. represent a danger for passengers sitting in the front seats. When the rear seats are not occupied, place the seat belt buckles in their respective seats. A D C D C B B 78

If the driver’s seat belt has not been fastened, when the ignition key is Unfastening the seat belts turned to position II, the warning light E comes on. • Push the release button F. Do not use any objects (spring clips, locks, etc.) that could keep a seat belt from • Feed the fastening tang C back to its rest position. fitting properly. Pretensioners Do not allow children to be held on a passenger’s lap using only one seat belt for both of them. The pretensioner is activated in the event of a head-on collision of In the event of a crash the weight of the adult would crush the child against the seat belt. This can result in serious injuries sufficient force. The belt will rewind by a few centimetres just before the restraining action begins, thereby ensuring a proper hold around 2 the occupant’s body. for the child. Activation of the pretensioner is indicated by the illumination of the warning light G on the instrument panel and by the seat belt locking. After activation, the pretensioners no longer function and they cannot be repaired, under any circumstances. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK for replacement. When a pretensioner is activated, a small amount of smoke is released. This smoke is not harmful and does not indicate the presence of a fire. G C F E 79

Emergency tensioning device, seat belt force limiter Maintenance of the seat belts and pretensioners The seat belts for the front and rear seats in this vehicle are equipped • Following a collision of a certain severity, replace the seat belts that with emergency tensioning devices (also called “pretensioners”) and were worn at the time even if they may not appear to be damaged. force limiters. • Periodically check that the screws on the anchoring points are tight The pretensioners are pyrotechnic devices which, if activated, keep the and that the belt is in perfect condition and slides smoothly. belt properly fitted across the occupant’s body. • The belt must be kept clean; the presence of any dirt could jeopardise 2 A seat belt pretensioner will be activated by the airbag control unit if, in a head-on collision, the impact severity exceeds a preset limit and the the efficiency of the belt retractor. • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand with mild soap and water and belt is deformed. let it dry. Do not use strong detergents, bleach or aggressive solvents, The pretensioners are activated based on the seat belt status, not on the as they can weaken the fibres. occupant’s presence. Make sure the retractors do not get wet: proper functioning is If a seat belt is not latched, the pretensioner for that seat will not be activated ensured only if they are kept dry. even if the occupant is seated in that position. • The pretensioner requires no maintenance or lubrication. If immersed The seat belt retractor is equipped with a force limiter device, that is in water or mud, the pretensioner must necessarily be replaced. designed to reduce the force that the seat belts exert on the occupant’s The pretensioner must be replaced at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty body in the event of a crash. This device controls the level of force with and Service Book and Maintenance Schedule”. which the belt is released during a collision. All work on any part of the safety system components The pretensioners (emergency tensioning devices) can be used once only. must be carried out by the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. If a pretensioner of a seat belt has been activated, this belt must be replaced. It is not permitted to remove or make modifications of any kind to the seat Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the component replaced. belts, belt retractors and pretensioners. Maintenance work involving strong impacts, vibrations or heating of the pretensioner area may activate them; vibrations caused by road bumps will not have this effect. 80

Child safety We recommend that you always carry children in Because of their size, children are at greater risk than adults. Suitable the rear seats and that they are seated in the specific restraining or safety systems must be used. restraining systems: in the event of a collision, this is the safest place in the vehicle. All persons whose physical characteristics (e.g., height, weight) meet the limit values provided by the established legislation in each country Do not install rearward-mounting child seats on the must be protected by specific restraint or safety systems (i.e., certified front passenger seat if the airbag is active, as this could child seats, cradles, and cushions). In any case, you are advised to always use homologated child restraint cause serious injuries in the event of airbag deployment. Backward-facing child seats must not be used on front 2 systems bearing the proper test marking. passenger seats equipped with airbags, as these could Incorrect use of a child restraint system increases the cause injury and even death during deployment, even in risk of injury in the event of an accident. minor collisions. • The seat belts in the vehicle have been designed and tested to protect If necessary, children can travel in the front seat if the front persons weighing at least 36 kg (79 lbs) and taller than 1.50 m passenger airbag is deactivated. (59 in.). In this case, you must absolutely deactivate the passenger • To properly protect a child outside these limits, specific restraint airbag and ensure that it has been properly deactivated by systems with dedicated belts or accessories capable of adapting the checking that the warning light G on the instrument panel child’s position to the vehicle’s seat belts must be fitted. and the LED H on the roof panel are lit. Follow the instructions that the Manufacturer of the devices is required to supply when installing and using the child restraint systems. Always follow the instructions supplied with the child restraint system precisely: keep the instructions in the vehicle together with the documents and this manual. Never use second-hand child seats that are not provided with instructions for use. H G 81

In addition, move the passenger seat as far back as Airbag possible in order to prevent the child seat from touching the dashboard. The airbag is not a substitute for the seat belts, although it increases their efficiency. Correct use of the seat belts Do not tamper with the seat belts or child restraint in combination with the airbag offers maximum protection in systems. Established legislation in some countries the event of a collision. already provides that children under 12 years of age may not 2 travel in the front passenger seat. The adhesive label L indicates that it is prohibited to fit a rearward- Airbag system components The airbag system consists of two cushions that inflate instantaneously. facing child seat on the passenger seat. One A is in the centre of the steering wheel, and the other B is on the If you have to carry a child, always deactivate the passenger side, inside the dashboard. passenger side airbag (optional) on vehicles that When the ignition key is turned to position II, the are equipped with it, before placing the child seat on the warning light C will come on. If no malfunctioning is passenger’s seat. detected, it will go off after 4 seconds. If the warning light does not come on, if it remains on or if it comes on while driving, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK immediately. C B L A 82

Operation Activation The airbags are controlled by an ECU that activates them in the case of The front airbags of your vehicle have been designed to deploy in 2 a head-on collision with medium or strong impact. stages. This allows the airbag to have different rates of deployment, In the case of a collision with an impact force that causes deceleration based on the crash severity, as assessed by the airbag control unit. exceeding the value set for the internal sensor, the ECU will transmit The driver’s airbag is designed to be deployed according to the a signal to deploy the airbags. The airbags start inflating, opening the following strategy: covers along the breaking line, until they are fully deployed (in a few tenths of milliseconds) and positioned as protection between the • For low severity crashes, the airbag control unit will not deploy the airbag. 2 driver’s or passenger’s body and the vehicle structures which could • For crashes of higher severity, the control unit will deploy the driver cause injury. airbag in low energy mode. The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. • For crashes of even higher severity, the control unit will deploy the The driver and passenger are both advised not to travel driver airbag in high energy mode. handling objects (e.g., beverage cans or bottles, pipes, The passenger airbag is designed to be deployed according to the etc.) that could cause injury in the case of airbag activation. following strategy: When the system is activated, gases are released in the form of fumes, together • For low severity crashes, the airbag control unit will not deploy the with the gas used for inflating the airbags. airbag. These gases are not harmful. • For crashes of higher severity, the control unit will deploy the Always drive with your hands on the rim of the steering passenger airbag in low energy mode. wheel so that, in case of activation, the airbag can deploy • For crashes of even higher severity, the control unit will deploy the without obstruction. passenger airbag in high energy mode. Always keep the backrest of your seat in the upright position and sit with your back properly resting against it. 83

Do not modify the system components or wiring, under The airbag system components have been specially designed only for this any circumstances. specific vehicle model. Do not attempt to use them on other vehicles, as this could cause serious injuries to passengers in the event of an accident. With the ignition key inserted and in position II, To scrap the vehicle, please contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. although the engine is off, the airbags can still be activated when the vehicle is stationary if it is hit by a moving If the vehicle has been stolen or there has been an attempted theft, have the vehicle. airbag system checked by the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. 2 Thus, even with the vehicle stationary, do not seat children on the front seat. On the other hand, remember The airbag modules must be replaced at the intervals indicated in the “Warranty and Service Book and Maintenance Schedule”, even if the vehicle was not involved that if the ignition key is in position O, none of the safety in collisions. devices (airbags or pretensioner) are activated in the event of a collision; failure of the airbags to inflate in these The label D on the right-hand side of the dashboard, bears the airbag circumstances is not indicative of a system malfunction. system expiry date. When this expiry date is approaching, contact the Ferrari Service Network in order to have the system replaced. Do not cut or tamper with the connectors of the airbag wiring or on the airbag modules. The labels E and F indicate the presence of the airbag system. Do not cover the steering wheel and the upper part of the dashboard with adhesive tape or treat them in any way. Never remove the steering wheel; if necessary, this procedure should only be performed by a FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK centre. All the airbag system components must be replaced after an accident that caused airbag deployment. Following an accident not involving airbag deployment, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the system checked and replace any system components that may be damaged or malfunctioning. Damaged or defective components of the airbag system cannot be repaired and must be replaced. Improper intervention involving the system components can cause failures or undesired activation of the airbags with damage resulting. D E F 84

Passenger-side airbag manual deactivation (optional) The warning light G and the LED H remain on permanently until the If a child is to be transported in the front passenger seat, always passenger airbag is reactivated. deactivate the passenger-side airbag before fitting the child seat. When the door is open, the key can be inserted or removed in both The airbag is deactivated using the switch (operated by means of the positions. specific key) located on the right-hand side of the dashboard. The When the passenger-side airbag is deactivated, because switch is accessible only when the door is open. a person considered by the laws in force to be at risk is The key switch has two positions: 1- passenger airbag active: (position ON), the corresponding warning travelling and must therefore use supplementary restraining systems, the passenger will not have the additional protection 2 light on the instrument panel is off; it is prohibited to carry of the airbag in the event of a collision. children on the passenger seat. Only deactivate the airbag when a person at risk is 2- passenger airbag deactivated: (position OFF) warning light G on being carried, and always reactivate it at the end of the the instrument panel and LED H on the roof pushbutton panel journey. on; children can travel in the passenger seat if they are suitably protected by specific restraint systems. H G 85

Infotainment system The Infotainment system includes the following components: - radio, CD/DVD player, satellite navigator, TV; - antenna amplifier; 2 - central twiddler speaker; - side twiddler speaker (n. 2); - side woofer speaker (n. 2) + rear lateral tweeters (n. 2); - central woofer speaker; - sound system amplifier; - bassbox with speaker; - GPS antenna. For further information, see the Infotainment System Handbook. 1 2 3 4 5 6 X 86

Dome lights The dome lights switch on automatically in the following situations: Front • when one door is opened, for approx. 3 minutes; When the doors are closed, the dome lights A on the roof can be • when all the doors are closed and the key is in position 0, for approx. turned on or off using the switch B. 10 seconds; Switch C turns on the spot light D. • when the key is removed, for approx. 10 seconds; • when the doors are unlocked, for approx. 10 seconds; Rear When the doors are closed, the dome lights E, located above the side 2 • when the inertia switch is activated, for approx. 15 minutes. quarter windows, can be switched on by pressing the button F; to Then they turn off: switch them off, press the same button. • after the pre-set activation time expires; • on closing the doors and turning the key to position II; • on locking the doors; • when the inertia switch is reactivated. B C A D E F 87

Passenger compartment accessories Glove compartment Pocket-change tray This is located on the passenger’s side of the dashboard, and it is In the console, between the two front seats, there is a compartment always accessible when the key is in position II, and for approx. ten which can be accessed by opening the door E. minutes after the key is removed or turned to position 0. 2 To access the glove compartment A push the button B on the central console. The compartment is lit by the lamp C which switches on automatically when the lid is opened. Keep the glove compartment closed while driving. To close the glove compartment, push the upper end until you hear the click of the side locks. Underneath the dashboard, in position with the external edge of the glove compartment, there is a cable D for opening the compartment manually in an emergency. E B C A D A 88

Rear map pockets Front ashtray On the lower part of the seat backrest there is a map pocket F to hold To access the front ashtray H, or the cigarette lighter L, lift the lid newspapers, magazines etc. M pushing it backward. To clean the ashtray, remove it by pulling Do not place metal items in these pockets as they upwards. The cigarette lighter L is activated by pushing it in as far as could be dangerous for the passengers, in the event of a possible. Operation is made possible only with the key in position II. collision. Once the necessary temperature has been reached, the cigarette lighter Clothes hooks automatically skips into its initial position ready to be used. Do not use the cigarette lighter seat as a power socket 2 They are fitted in the rear of the passenger compartment. Press button for electrical items of any kind! The cigarette lighter G to release the hook. To reposition the hook, push it upwards into its reaches very high temperatures. Handle it with care to avoid seat. risk of burns and fire. Move the hooks to the closed position when they are not used. Rear ashtray This is located between the two rear seats. To open, move the cover N forward. Remove the tray O in order to clean the ashtray. F H M G L N O G 89

Sun visors Engine compartment lid The sun visors can be adjusted to shade both the windscreen and the windows on the doors. Opening On the back of the passenger’s sun visor there is a mirror P which can To unlock the engine compartment lid, pull the lever A found beneath be accessed by lifting the cover Q. the steering column. At either side of the mirror there are two courtesy lights R which turn Disengage the lid retaining lever B found in the front, central area of 2 on when the mirror cover Q is lifted. the vehicle. Q B A R P R 90

The lid is kept in the open position by two gas struts C. Luggage compartment lid Always check that the lid is closed properly to prevent it from opening while driving. Opening To open the luggage compartment lid, press button A or use the button Emergency Opening on the remote control (refer to page 6). If the lever A does not work, insert your hand through the fins on the The luggage compartment lid is held in the open position by 2 gas front grill and push until the closing cap is removed. Grip the ring D and pull it towards the front. struts B. When the luggage compartment lid is opened, the dome light C turns 2 on automatically. To close the luggage compartment lid, gently lower it onto the lock then push down on the central part of the lid until you hear the locking click. A C B D C 91

Emergency Opening/Closing Fuel tank cap If button A and the button on the key remote control do not work, pull the small handle D housed in the armrest compartment, between the Opening rear seats. • With the key in position 0 press the release button A to unlock the fuel tank door. • Unscrew the cap B, rotating it counterclockwise and hang it on the 2 hook C. Warning: if air is released when the cap is unscrewed, this should be considered perfectly normal. The tank filler neck’s airtight seal can cause a slight pressure build-up in the system. Always turn off the engine during refuelling. Take extreme care when removing the cap. During refuelling, do not approach the vehicle with open flames or lit cigarettes. Furthermore, inhaling vapours can be harmful. A C D B 92

Closing Towing the vehicle • Screw the cap B back on tightly and press on the door to close it. Ensure that the string D is not hanging out of the fuel tank door. Towing hook When towing the vehicle, use only the attachment point provided for Emergency Opening the towing hook A which must be inserted into its seat B. In the event of a failure of button A, the lid can be opened manually • Take the towing hook out of the toolkit. by pulling the cable E, located on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment. • Screw the hook tightly into its seat B. • Position the gearshift lever in neutral (“N” for vehicles with “F1” 2 gearbox). The applicable driving and traffic regulations must be followed when the vehicle is being towed. Do not tow the vehicle using a hook attached to the suspension levers and wheel rims, but only onto the towing hook properly fitted in its seat. Keep the ignition key in position II to allow the lights to work and to prevent locking of the steering wheel in the event of steering: do not start the engine when towing the vehicle. Keep in mind that the power steering and brake servo will not be working when the engine is off. D B B A E 93

Air conditioning and heating system 1 Fixed windscreen air vents. 6 Outside temperature sensor. 2 Fixed side window air vents. 7 Passenger compartment temperature sensor. 3 Adjustable front central, side and rear vents. 8 Air conditioning and heating system controls. 4 Foot area air vents. 9 Pollen filter 2 5 Sun radiation sensor. 5 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 6 2 4 7 8 9 4 3 94

The vehicle is equipped with automatic dual-zone climate control. Controls This system regulates the temperature, distribution and flow of air in A. Left-hand side temperature setting the vehicle passenger compartment in two separate zones: driver’s side B. Air conditioning compressor activation/deactivation and passenger side. C. Left-hand side air distribution selection Operating modes D. Windscreen defogging/demisting 2 E. Fan speed adjustment Automatic F. Recirculation function This mode automatically adjusts humidity and ventilation according to the selected temperature. G. Right-hand side air distribution selection H. Defogging/demisting for rear window and external rear-view Partially Automatic mirrors This mode allows the user to adjust certain parameters manually, while I. Right-hand side temperature setting others remain automatic. J. Residual heat function. Manual Activation This mode allows the user to set the values to suit the passengers’ Fully automatic management: turn controls C, E and G to the “AUT” needs. position. Deactivation Deactivate the compressor by pressing button B and turning the (fan speed) control E to “OFF”. A C E G I B D F H J 95

Air conditioning control switch B Fan speed control E Released It has three operating modes: The air conditioner is on. Automatic “AUT” The air is cooled and/or only dehumidified according to The air flow is controlled by the electronic system, the temperature set. according to the selected temperature to be reached and 2 Pressed (LED on) The air conditioner is off. maintained. Manual “OFF” However, heating is still enabled and will activate Turn the control to this position to turn off the air according to the temperature set. conditioning and to only allow air inlet from the outside when the vehicle is moving. Air distribution controls C and G Fan speed They can operate in two modes: The four setting positions allow the occupants to select the Automatic “AUT” air flow rate. The air flow distribution is controlled by the electronic system, depending on the ambient conditions and the Residual heat function J temperature set. This function maintains the passenger compartment at the set temperature for a period of time (15 minutes), even Manual with the key set to 0. To enable this function, press the This is used to direct the air flow in the six positions of the “REST” button before turning the key to 0. The system respective areas (driver-passenger). uses the hot water recirculation pump and the lowest fan Temperature selection controls A and I speed setting to maintain the temperature. They are used to set the desired temperature in the If previously selected, this function will be enabled when passenger compartment. the key is turned to position 0 and it will go off after 15 minutes or when the key is turned back to position II. The “LO” and “HI” (minimum and maximum, respectively) air temperature settings are activated at the The function will be disabled (if active), when the battery opposite end positions. voltage is below 11.5 V or when the outside temperature is above 25 °C and it will not be possible to activate the function in these circumstances. 96

Air recirculation switch F Once the internal temperature has stabilised at the desired level, you are advised not to change the position of the temperature selection Released switch unless the external temperature changes drastically. The air flow comes from the outside. A change in the position of the temperature selection switch will When outside temperatures exceed 35 °C, the air involve a difference between temperature inside the passenger recirculation option remains on with a 120-second pause compartment and the air coming out of the vents. This difference will every twenty minutes to refresh the air. Pressed (LED on) gradually decrease as the system works at full, stabilised speed. 2 The air flow comes from inside the passenger compartment. The recirculation increases air heating or cooling. Prolonged use is not advisable. Windscreen defogging/demisting switch D Press this switch (LED on) to activate windscreen defogging/demisting. To deactivate this function, press the switch. Defogging/demisting switch for rear window and external rear-view mirrors H This function is activated using the switch H. Activation is signalled by the LED. If it is not deactivated within thirty minutes after activation, this function deactivates automatically. It is however advisable to deactivate it once the defogging/ demisting process is complete. 97

Adjusting the air vents Maintenance The adjustable air vents A are positioned on the sides of the The pollen filter must be replaced every year as indicated in the dashboard, in the centre of the dashboard and at the rear end of the “Maintenance Schedule”. central console. Sun radiation sensor Directing the air flow B. This sensor is positioned on the instrument panel and it optimises Air flow rate C. 2 Turned counterclockwise: open. ventilation and temperature control inside the passenger compartment, depending upon the incidence angle of the sun rays. Turned clockwise: closed. C A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 X A A 98

Electrochromic roof The change in transparency from one extreme to the next occurs in less than 60 seconds. In order to contain the transmission of solar energy when the vehicle stands in the sun for a long time, the system sets the roof luminosity to minimum transparency every time the ignition key is turned to 0 (Stop). 2 The minimum transparency conditions are maintained by means of a timer set to 48 hours. Every time the ignition key is turned to position II and then to 0, the timer is reset. Using the battery conditioner will extend the life of the battery. Turning the knob A of the regulator counterclockwise, the roof trans- parency is increased; vice versa, it is decreased. This operation is only possible with the ignition key set to II (Run) Adjusting roof transparency The roof is made of “electrochromic” glass: this feature allows adjust- ing the roof transparency by means of a small transfer of electric charge to the film-like cells between the two layers of glass. A Using the control knob A on the central console, the transparency can be adjusted to three levels going from maximum transparency (corresponding to the luminosity of conventional glass) to minimum transparency that lets only 1% sunlight filter in. 99

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Engine Engine assembly _______________________________________________ 102 Ignition-injection system _____________________________________ 103 Engine lubrication system ____________________________________ 104 Cooling system _______________________________________________ 106 Fuel supply system ____________________________________________ 108 Air injection system and catalytic converters ________________ 111 3 101

Engine assembly Timing system Belts The timing system is composed of 4 overhead shafts (2 per bank) and Each engine bank is equipped with a belt for camshaft control. 4 valves per cylinder (2 intake and 2 exhaust), controlled by hydraulic There are two additional belts on the engine which control the tappets, which automatically adjust the clearance for proper operating auxiliary components; one is for the water pump and the hydraulic tolerance. steering pump and another is for the air conditioning system Timing is controlled by means of 2 timing belts driven by the compressor and the alternator. crankshaft. In normal operating conditions, the belt tension does not require any On each head, the valves are arranged in a 20° 30’ “V” layout and are adjustment. 3 equipped with an upper bucket with pad. The belt must be checked or adjusted by the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK using specific equipment, as indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule”. 2 2 1 4 4 1- Camshaft cover; 2- Camshaft; 3 3- Valve; 3 4- Self-adjusting tappets for valve control. 102

Ignition-Injection System Each cylinder bank is equipped with an integral Bosch Motronic ME Accelerator pedal position sensor 7.1.1 ignition-injection system controlled by a microprocessor ECU. This is mechanically mounted on the accelerator pedal. The ECU regulates the quantity of fuel to be delivered to the injectors It reads the exact position of the pedal. and corrects ignition timing to optimise engine efficiency on the basis of the engine RPM and the quantity of air taken in by the engine. Motor-driven throttle body It is installed between the air-flow meter and the engine plenum Main system components chamber. Throttle potentiometers This device includes a throttle valve, a direct current motor and two The potentiometers are located on the motor-driven throttle bodies on both cylinder banks. They allow the ECU to continuously monitor the potentiometers (checks on the angular position of the throttle). With the Drive by Wire system, it is possible to obtain: 3 opening of the motor-driven throttles. • optimal vehicle control by means of the CST system; Electro-injectors • integration of the F1 system to optimise gear-shifting; There is one electro-injector per cylinder: they spray the fuel directly • engine warm-up phase management. into the intake manifold. The electro-injectors on each bank operate sequentially and on a timed basis, that is, they are activated based on the engine firing order, with the ECU determining the timing and duration of injector opening. Ignition coils The coils used are of the closed-circuit type. Each coil is connected to the corresponding spark plug by means of an extension, in silicon material with high dielectric specifications. Electronic accelerator (Drive by Wire system) Drive by Wire is a system that allows the accelerator pedal to work independently from the throttle. This system is equipped with a potentiometer connected to the accelerator pedal, which replaces the connection cable. This potentiometer informs the engine ECU of the torque requested by the driver. 103

Engine lubrication system The lubrication system is of the dry sump type with gear-driven pumps. and a delivery pump which takes the oil from the tank and delivers it, The engine is equipped with 2 pumps, a scavenge pump which takes under pressure, to the engine rotating parts. the oil from the sump and sends it to the tank and then the to radiator, 3 C F A E G B D Lubrication system A - Oil Radiator; H B - Oil tank; C - Oil filters; D - Oil pressure sender; E - Delivery pump; F - Scavenge pump; G - Pressure relief valve; H - Thermocontact. 104

Oil pressure and temperature Gas and oil vapour recirculation The red warning light on the instrument panel (see page 29) should The device for oil gas and vapour recirculation is of the closed circuit always remain off under normal driving conditions. type. The blow-by system collects the gases and vapours that build up The warning light illuminates when the engine is off and the ignition at the end of the tank filler neck. key is turned to position II, or when the engine is running and the oil pressure drops below the minimum level. Under normal operating conditions, the oil pressure must remain within a range of 5-6 bar (73.5-88.2 psi), with the engine running at 6,000 RPM and the oil temperature at 100 °C. In any case, with the engine warm and idling, the normal pressure level is between 2 and 2.5 bar (29.4–36.7 psi). If the oil temperature gauge needle moves beyond 150 °C, the engine speed 3 rate must be reduced immediately; if this situation persists, have the system checked by the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. 105

Cooling system 6 7 1 8 3 3 2 Cooling system diagram 1 - Air bleeder screw; 5 2 - Pump body with thermostat; 3 - Water radiator; 4 - Drainage tap; 5 - Electric fans; 4 6 - Expansion tank; 7 - Filler cap; 8 - NTC sensor located on left- hand water outlet manifold. 106

The engine cooling system uses a pressurised circuit (1.4 kg/cm2 Replacing the coolant - 29.8 psi) which circulates an antifreeze mixture. The coolant must be replaced at the intervals shown in the The maximum allowable temperature is 115 °C. “Maintenance Schedule” by a Service Centre of the Authorised Reduce engine speed immediately if the temperature gauge needle goes above Ferrari Service Network. 115 °C; if the temperature does not drop, have the system checked at the nearest centre of the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. Circulation of the coolant is controlled by a centrifugal pump driven by the crankshaft, by means of a belt. The thermostat unit is fitted with a bleeder screw to release the air from the cooling circuit during refilling or during circulation problems. Water radiator Located in the front of the vehicle, it uses two electric fans for cooling. 3 The fans activate according to the engine operating conditions and are controlled by the engine (on the right-hand bank) and air conditioning ECU, which receives the coolant temperature signal from the NTC sensor, located on the left-hand water outlet manifold. Expansion tank This tank compensates for variations in the mixture volume and pressure due to engine heating; the tank is fitted with a filler neck that has a pressure cap with a valve set to 1 kg/cm2 (14.2 psi). 107

Fuel supply system 4 10 3 5 2 9 7 6 3 8 Fuel supply system diagram 1 - Fuel tank; 2 - LH electric pump with filter; 3 - RH electric pump with filter and level gauge; 4 - Filler neck; 5 - System drainage tap; 6 - Blow by system; 1 7 - Multifunctional valve; 8 - Ventilation valve; 9 - Fuel delivery line; 10 - Injector rail. 108

Fuel supply system The fuel is delivered by two electric pumps which are submerged in the tank and controlled by the ignition-injection ECUs. The pressure inside the tank is kept constant by a pressure regulator inside the pump itself. There are two valves located on top of the tank, which prevent fuel Fuel vapour emission control system diagram leakage if the vehicle overturns. In addition, the LH valve also controls the tank ventilation and acts as a check (roll-over) valve. 1 - Blow-by system; 2 - Active carbon filter; After passing through the filters inside the pumps, the pressurised fuel 3 - Diagnostic pump; is sent to the injector rails, on the intake manifolds. 3 4 - Diagnostic pump filter; There system does not utilise a fuel flow return. 5 - Connection lines; 6 - Anti-evaporation solenoid valves; 7 - Intake manifold. 1 2 6 7 4 6 3 5 109

The system is designed to prevent atmospheric pollution caused by fuel Inertia switch system evaporation. This safety switch is located in the passenger compartment, on the The fuel vapours coming from the separator are collected by the active underfloor, in front of the driver’s seat and, in the event of a collision, it carbon filter where they are absorbed and retained when the engine is deactivates the fuel pump relay. off. Activation of this switch is indicated by the illumination of the relative If any work needs to be performed on the fuel supply icon on the TFT display (see page 31) and by the activation of the system and/or on the fuel vapour emission control hazard warning lights. devices, the battery must be disconnected, as indicated on the When the switch activates, the doors are unlocked (if they were locked) labels found on the tank and the active carbon filter. and the central dome lights are switched on. The tank must only be drained using the tap located on The system can be reactivated by pressing the button on 3 the bottom of the tank. We recommend that you have this operation performed by an authorised service centre of top of the switch. the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. When the engine is running and depending upon its operating conditions, the Motronic ECUs control the canister purge solenoid valves so that the fuel vapours retained by the carbon filter are taken in by the intake manifolds through the specific lines. The air from the compartment enters the active carbon filter through an air pump controlled by the engine ECU. Before the pump there is a filter that prevents foreign matter from entering the system. The diagnostic pump cyclically generates a vacuum in the anti- evaporation system, in order to detect any leaks. The tank filler neck has a narrower section to prevent accidental refuelling with leaded fuel. A A - Inertia switch activation button. 110

Air injection system and catalytic converters 5 4 1 3 2 3 Air injection system 1 - Exhaust gas sampling union; 2 - Air injection pipe; 7 3 - Exhaust manifold; 4 - Air pump; 6 5 - Pneumatic valve; 6 - Solenoid valve; 7 - Vacuum tank. 111

The injection system supplies additional air to the exhaust manifolds in Catalytic converters order to reduce HC, CO and NOx emissions during the warm-up phase This vehicle is equipped with metallic-type catalytic converters. of the pre-catalytic converter, inside the manifold, and of the main The catalyst system consists of four pre-catalytic converters and two catalytic converter. main catalytic converters. The air, taken-in through a special filter, is delivered, sometimes in The catalytic converters reduce the emission of HC, CO and NOx into large amounts, by means of an electric pump, controlled by the right- the atmosphere. hand engine ECU. Each exhaust manifold has a pre-catalytic converter which, due to This causes any hydrocarbons in the exhaust gas to be burnt. its proximity to the exhaust outlet, reaches operating temperature Air injection is activated when the coolant temperature is between more quickly and ensures more efficient exhaust emission reduction –10 °C and 40 °C ± 3 °C (it does not operate with water temperatures immediately after engine start. 3 below –10 °C to prevent the exhaust system overheating due to an excessively rich mixture). There are two threaded seats on the manifolds (one at the inlet and one at the outlet of the pre-catalytic converters) used to mount the front and rear oxygen sensors. The main catalytic converter inlet is equipped with a thermocouple, which is connected to the engine ECU. The sampling of the exhaust gas can be performed by means of the unions found on the catalytic converters. Do not leave the unions open with the engine running as the exhaust gas could cause the check valves to overheat and consequently break. To prevent serious damage to the catalytic converters, it is essential that only unleaded fuel be used. Do not park the vehicle over paper materials, dry grass or leaves, or flammable materials that could catch fire if they come into contact with hot parts of the exhaust system. 112

Exhaust system overheating alarm devices If the temperature is extreme: In the event of irregular functioning of the engine with consequent the temperature in the catalytic converters has reached high temperature in the exhaust system, the red warning light on a dangerous level and could damage them; if the vehicle is the TFT display will come on with two different alarm levels: high not stopped, the engine ECU will cut off fuel supply to the temperatures or extreme temperatures. injectors. Warning light activation is controlled by the thermal resistor via the The driver must stop the vehicle and have it towed to a service engine ECU. centre to have the malfunction repaired. If the temperature is high: FERRARI is not liable for any damage to property or personal immediately decelerate and go to an AUTHORISED FERRARI injury arising from failure to comply with the warnings given SERVICE CENTRE to have the cause of the malfunction removed. above. 3 113

Engine malfunction alarm devices If the “engine control system failure” warning light flashes or is permanently on when the engine is running, the engine or emission control systems may be malfunctioning. The electronic system detects and isolates the error, preventing damage to the engine or the production of harmful emissions. When the warning light “Engine control system failure” comes on, engine performance may be considerably reduced. 3 Drive carefully, avoiding sudden accelerations and high speeds. Contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK immediately. 114

Vehicle chassis Clutch ________________________________________________________ 116 Gearbox and differential _____________________________________ 116 “F1” gearbox transmission check _____________________________ 117 Steering system and steering column _________________________ 118 Braking system ________________________________________________ 120 CST system ____________________________________________________ 122 ASR system ____________________________________________________ 123 ABS and EBD systems _________________________________________ 124 Air conditioning and heating system _________________________ 126 Suspension ____________________________________________________ 128 Suspension system layout _____________________________________ 128 Wheels and tyres _____________________________________________ 130 Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system ___________ 132 Replacing the wheels _________________________________________ 136 Chassis - Bodywork ___________________________________________ 138 4 115

Clutch Gearbox and differential The clutch is a dry single-plate clutch with elastic hub and diaphragm The longitudinally-positioned gearbox, has six synchronised gears plus spring; its disengagement is controlled by a self-adjusting hydraulic reverse gear. thrust bearing. The gears feature quick engagement, with reduced stroke. Adjustment The synchronisers are of the double and triple cone type. The gearbox is controlled by an “F1” type hydraulic actuator. The clutch is the type with a constant contact thrust bearing; when the plate is worn, the pressure plate moves back. The gearbox housing also contains the bevel gear pair and the self- locking blade differential. Since the control is hydraulic, no adjustment of the pedal position is necessary. Gearbox and differential lubrication A reduction in pedal travel for disengagement, for the vehicles The internal lubrication of the gearbox, shared by the differential, is equipped with a mechanical gearbox, indicates the plate has reached an controlled by a pump driven by the main shaft. advanced state of wear. It is recommended that you only use the lubricants specified by FERRARI. While driving, you are advised to place your foot on the clutch pedal 4 only when you are actually shifting gears. Cooling circuit A valve with a calibrated spring, located inside the gearbox oil pump, allows the oil to flow through a radiator when the temperature reaches 85÷90 °C. The radiator is positioned behind the rear axle and is supplied by a NACA type duct with a double air inlet. This is located on the vehicle underfloor, on the sides of the gearbox. Visually inspecting and replacing gearbox-differential oil The gearbox/differential oil must be checked visually and changed at the intervals indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule” at an Authorised Ferrari Centre. 116

“F1” gearbox transmission check The gearbox is controlled by means of an electro-hydraulic system, “F1” gearbox system oil level which is actuated by the two levers on either side of the steering wheel. The “F1” gearbox system’s oil tank is positioned on the left rear part of These levers substitute the traditional gearshift lever and the clutch the gearbox housing. The filler cap is only accessible by removing the pedal. rear underfloor. The entire system is mounted at the rear of the gearbox and it can be A low oil level is detected by the sensor located on the top of the tank. accessed by removing the rear underfloor. It switches on the warning light on the TFT display in the instrument The main features of the electronically-controlled system for gearbox panel. and clutch are the following: If this warning light comes on, you must take the vehicle to the FERRARI • faster gear shifting time, when upshifting and downshifting; SERVICE NETWORK to have the system checked and topped up. • possibility of shifting to the desired gear without taking your hands off the steering wheel; • greater comfort, with the elimination of the clutch pedal; • greater driving safety, by preventing errors on the part of the driver; • protection against engine overrevving caused by incorrect gear- 4 shifting. A B A Oil level sensor B “F1” gearbox oil tank C Icon on TFT display 117

Steering system and steering column Power steering system 1 Steering box; 5 Oil cooling coil; 2 Oil tank; 6 Cardan joint shaft; 3 Power steering pump; 7 Steering column; 4 Pump driving belt; 8 Steering angle sensor. 3 4 4 A 7 8 B 6 2 5 1 A B 118

Main data • Collapsible steering wheel; • Steering rack; • Permanently-lubricated joints; • Steering diameter: m 12.2. The vehicle is equipped with speed-sensitive power steering. There is a sensor fitted behind the steering wheel which reads the steering angle and communicates with the shock absorber ECU; this adjusts the suspension to ensure it is capable of maintaining vehicle stability in a variety of conditions. The steering wheel position can be electrically adjusted, in terms of height and depth, using the control located on the outer side of the steering column (see page 75). Furthermore, to improve the driver’s seat functions, the system is fitted with an “easy entry” function, which raises the steering wheel to the maximum position when the driver is entering and exiting the vehicle. 4 The hydraulic function of the system varies according to the speed of the vehicle and allows the driver to exert minimal effort on the steering wheel when performing parking manoeuvres with the vehicle stationary. As the vehicle speed increases, the driver will perceive the steering to be less assisted, which, on particularly winding roads, ensures greater steering accuracy and better handling. 119

Braking system Braking system diagram 1 Brake servo 2 Master cylinder 8 Rear brake callipers 3 Brake fluid tank 9 Rear brake discs 4 ABS sensor and toothed wheel 10 CST deactivation button 5 ABS/ASR electro-hydraulic control unit 11 Warning lights on instrument panel 6 Front brake callipers 12 STOP light switch 7 Front brake discs 13 Yaw sensor 4 8 9 4 11 10 13 6 9 3 4 4 1 2 8 7 12 6 5 4 7 120

The hydraulically-controlled braking system is made up of ventilated Brake Pads brake discs on all four wheels, a “tandem” vacuum brake servo and a The brake pads are equipped with a wear sensor, connected to the hydraulic ECU, equipped with solenoid valves and a scavenge pump brake warning light; when this warning light comes on or whenever which activates if the wheels lock and adjusts the pressure to the braking power is no longer normal, the pad thickness and the condition callipers (ABS). of the braking surfaces must be checked. The hydraulic circuits have crossed branching and are independent The minimum thickness allowed for the pads is 3 mm/0.12 in. for the front and rear brakes; if one of the circuits is faulty, emergency (thickness of the friction material only). braking is always possible with the other circuit. The vacuum brake servo supplies the hydraulic ECU with brake fluid at Pad replacement the pressure required for proper system operation. The brake failure warning light will illuminate to indicate excessive In the case of ABS activation, the solenoid valves in the hydraulic wear of the brake pads, which must be replaced immediately. ECU will activate with suitable adjusting cycles in order to prevent the In order to help ensure the quality of the components wheels from locking. and proper installation, it is recommended that Brake fluid tank you have the procedure carried out a service centre of the AUTHORISED FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. Positioned in the engine compartment, it is shared, in the vehicles with a mechanical gearbox, with the clutch system. To ensure proper breaking-in of the pads following 4 replacement, avoid sudden and sharp braking until the Free play of the brake pedal new pads have been run-in, after about 300 km (186 mi). The max. idle stroke of the brake pedal should be 8-10 mm (0.315- 0.393 in). If it becomes excessive, or if one wheel brakes more than the others, or if the control pedal feels somewhat flexible with reduced braking efficiency, a complete inspection of the system should be performed by a service centre of the Ferrari Service Network. 121

CST system The vehicle is equipped with a CST (traction and stability control) yaw Failure signals prevention monitoring system, encompassing all of the vehicle’s control In the event of a fault, the system is automatically disabled and cannot systems: ABS, EBD, ASR and ESP. The system contains a model that be reactivated. This condition is signalled while driving by the warning provides very accurate information on the vehicle’s behaviour. The light on the panel switching on and the TFT display showing the system is capable of detecting whether the driver is about to lose message “CST system failure”. control of the vehicle. In this case, it is designed to activate the brake When the engine is started, the system malfunction is indicated by the callipers individually and engine control, in order to create a torque warning light switching on. sufficient to resist the vehicle’s yawing moment. In the event of a fault, and with the CST system disabled, the vehicle works as Activation if it were not equipped with this system: however, we recommend you contact The CST system is enabled upon every engine start. This function may the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the system checked. be disabled by selecting CST OFF from the “Manettino” driving mode If the car is to be towed with 2 wheels raised off the ground, ensure that the control switch (icon CST ). ignition key is set to 0. If the key is not set to 0, with CST enabled, the relative ECU will store a fault event. This causes the relative warning lights on the 4 To re-enable the function, turn the Manettino to COMFORT or SPORT During all the system activation stages, the warning light, accompanied by the message “CST system active” is lit up on the TFT display. instrument panel to light up, requiring the car to be taken to the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to reset the system. N.B: When the CST is deactivated and the system detects - through one of the In low grip conditions (e.g., ice, snow, sand etc.) it is advisable not to use the sensors - a hazardous situation, it only activates if the brake pedal is pressed. “SPORT” mode function, even with the CST system active. ���������� ������� � B A Driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) B CST system failure warning light on instrument panel C CST system failure warning light on TFT display 122

ASR system The ASR system controls the spinning of the driving wheels during ASR malfunction indicators acceleration through the engine control unit (spark advance delay, The failure indicators are shared by the CST system. engine throttle opening reduction and fuel injection cut off) and the rear brakes. MSR function (engine braking torque adjustment) The ASR system adds stability to the vehicle and improves active safety The ASR system also controls the engine braking torque when the while driving, especially under the following conditions: accelerator pedal is released under low grip conditions (e.g., snow, ice - internal wheel skidding on curves because of the dynamic variations etc.): in these conditions, the engine’s high braking torque may cause of the load or excessive acceleration instability of the vehicle. - excessive power transmitted to the wheels, also in relation to road The system, using the same sensors as the ABS system, detects the conditions skidding of one or both of the driving wheels when the accelerator is - acceleration on slippery, snowy or icy road surfaces released and opens the motor-driven throttle for the engine supply system. This reduces the braking torque and restores the maximum - in the event of loss of grip on wet roads (aquaplaning). grip conditions for the driving wheels. 4 The ASR system works together with the electronic suspension However, the maximum deceleration that can be obtained with the engine adjusting system: under normal conditions (“SPORT” mode off), brake still depends on the tyre grip on the road. Snow or ice obviously reduce stability in low and medium grip conditions has priority, while with grip values. “SPORT” mode active, the system favours traction and optimises vehicle performance. ASR activation The ASR system is enabled automatically upon every engine start. The function may be disabled by turning the driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) to CST OFF (see page 64). To re-enable the system, turn the Manettino to COMFORT or SPORT. 123

ABS and EBD systems The vehicle is equipped with ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) and In this case we recommend that you contact the nearest authorised EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution) systems which, by means service centre of the Ferrari Service Network which will of the ABS system sensors and the ECU, improve the braking system immediately identify the fault by means of the system self-diagnostic performance. function. In the event of an emergency stop or braking on slippery surfaces (e.g., The vehicles must be fitted with wheel rims, tyres and snow, ice etc.) the ABS, together with the standard braking system, is brake pads of the type and make approved for this designed to allow the driver to apply maximum braking force without model by FERRARI. causing the wheels to lock and consequently losing control of the Despite the fact that this device makes a considerable vehicle. contribution to safety, it is still essential to drive The system is based on an electronic control unit that processes the particularly carefully when the road surface is wet, covered signals coming from 4 sensors fitted inside the circuits on the 4 wheels. with snow or ice. When a wheel tends to lock, the sensor warns the ECU which, in turn, signals to an electro-hydraulic unit to activate by modulating the The vehicle is provided with Electronic Brake force 4 pressure exerted on the brake callipers; the driver feels a “pulsation” of the brake pedal, which is completely normal. Distributor (EBD). The warning light comes on when the engine is running to indicate a fault in the EBD system; in this case, sharp braking could cause the rear wheels to lock In the event of a failure, the system will be deactivated, but this will not too early, and the vehicle may skid. Carefully drive to the affect the efficiency of the standard braking system. nearest service centre of the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have A failure is indicated by the relative warning light on the instrument the system checked immediately. panel coming on. The failure warning light usually comes on with the engine running to indicate a fault in the ABS system only. In this case, the braking system maintains its efficiency, but the anti-locking device cannot be used. Under these conditions also the EBD system efficiency may be reduced. Carefully drive the vehicle, avoiding sharp braking, to the nearest service centre of the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the system checked immediately. D D ABS failure warning light 124

If the brake fluid warning light comes on while System performance in terms of active safety is not a driving, stop the vehicle and check the brake fluid reason for the driver to take unnecessary risks. The style level immediately (see page 160): if the fluid level is below of driving shall always be adapted to weather conditions, the minimum limit, top it up with the recommended fluid range of visibility and traffic. and contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK to have the system The maximum obtainable deceleration is always checked immediately. Brake fluid leaks impair the operation depending on the grip between tyre and road. With snow of all braking systems, the traditional one and the braking or ice, the grip is obviously reduced and the braking distance system fitted with ABS. is greater, even with the ABS system. 4 E E Low brake fluid level warning light 125

Air conditioning and heating system Air conditioning and heating system diagram 1 Compressor 2 Condenser 7 Proportional valves 3 Dehydrator filter 8 Pump for water recirculation 4 Pressure gauge 9 Sun radiation sensor 5 Expansion valve 10 Pollen filter 6 Heater/evaporator 11 Coolant filling/draining cap 9 4 8 11 7 10 6 1 5 3 4 2 126

Specifications The air conditioning and heating system is composed of a heater/ evaporator operated by a microprocessor ECU which, in both automatic and manual operation, is capable of keeping the temperature inside the passenger compartment constant when the conditions outside change, controlling the air temperature, flow rate and distribution. It is also used to take in air from outside or recirculate the air inside the vehicle automatically, regardless of the conditions outside. Heater/evaporator This unit is mounted to the partition panel between the passenger compartment and the engine compartment and it contains the heater and the evaporator in a single unit. This allows the user to: • heat outside or inside air; • cool outside or inside air; • dehumidify and, if desired, heat outside or inside air; 4 • defrost glass surfaces. Air taken in from the outside enters the heater/evaporator unit through a pollen filter. N.B. Replace the pollen filter of the A.C. system at the intervals indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule”. The air that comes out of the evaporator flows to a diffuser which distributes it to the vents in the passenger compartment. 127

Suspension Suspension system diagram 1 Shock absorbers 2 Electronic Control Unit 3 Wheel acceleration sensor 4 Vertical acceleration sensor 5 Malfunction indication on the TFT display 6 “SPORT” mode selection button 7 Transverse acceleration sensor 1 4 2 4 3 1 7 1 1 3 4 5 6 128

Specifications Electronically-controlled active suspension with • With independent wheels and upper and lower wishbones. “Skyhook” constant damping • Double-acting telescopic hydro-pneumatic shock absorbers, with The suspension use the “Skyhook” system developed by Mannesmann- variation of the electronically-controlled setting. Sachs and perfected by Ferrari for continuous automatic damping • Small kingpin offset, to improve braking stability and reduce control via acceleration sensors which record the movements of each vibrations on the steering wheel. wheel and the vehicle body. • Anti-dive configuration due to the upper arm being tilted to reduce A sensor fitted on the steering column detects the position of the front pitching when braking. steering wheel (see page 118). • A single, double-row ball bearing is fitted on the wheel hub, which The ECU processes the sensor output data to adapt the suspension does not require maintenance. settings to the road and driving conditions in real time, with a response that is much faster than that of other systems available on the market. • Transverse stabiliser bars. The system is controlled by an ECU which drives the solenoid valves The features of the system with which the vehicle is equipped are on each shock absorber on the basis of the signals received from the varied hydraulically and electronically during use, according to the sensor, modifying damping and hence calibration. driving and load conditions. These sensors allow the ECU to calculate the vehicle speed, vertical and lateral acceleration, steering angle and instantaneous pressure in the braking system, and hence to control suspension damping. 4 Operation The following two different driving modes are selectable from the “Manettino” driving mode control switch: “COMFORT” and “SPORT”. In “COMFORT” mode, priority is given to comfort and greater driving stability in low- and medium-grip conditions. In “SPORT” mode, priority is given to traction, allowing a more performance-oriented driving style with optimised handling. The ECU adjusts the set-up curves in accordance with the Manettino position. 129

Malfunction warning Wheels and tyres Every time a system malfunctioning is detected, the respective warning To ensure maximum performance and tyre life and to permit the best light is activated on the “TFT” display, on the instrument panel (see tyre adjustment on the wheel rim, it is important to comply with the page 32). following instructions for the first 200-300 km (125-185 mi.) with new If the failure involves a valve, conditions may arise in which one or two tyres: of the four shock absorbers may have a fixed setting (blocked valve). • avoid sudden acceleration; In any case, safe driving is always ensured. • avoid sudden braking and steering; The malfunction detected is stored by the ECU. • drive at moderate speed on straight roads and on curves. The system is exclusively designed for connection to the Ferrari SD-3 diagnostic tester, which can be used to perform a diagnostic test of the How to use the tyres system. The tyres must be constantly kept in good conditions to ensure safe driving. If a malfunction occurs while driving with a consequent activation of The inflation pressure must correspond to the specified values and the relative warning light, you are strongly recommended to: must be checked only when the tyres are cold: tyre pressure increases • stop the vehicle; as tyre temperature increases. 4 • turn the key to position 0; • restart the engine. Never reduce the pressure if the tyres are hot. Insufficient tyre pressure can lead to overheating, damage and even If the malfunction is no longer present, the warning light will go off and destruction of the tyres. the system will start operating normally; if this does not occur, it means Inflating the tyres to a pressure differing from that that the system continues to malfunction. prescribed (see page 17) will render the monitoring In this case, contact the Ferrari Service Network. system inaccurate. Sudden impact against sidewalks, holes in the road and other obstacles of various types, as well as long trips on rough roads, can cause damage to the tyres that is not always visible to the naked eye. Check the tyres regularly for any signs of damage (e.g. scratches, cuts, cracks, bulges, etc.). 130

If sharp objects penetrate the tyres, they can cause damage which is Wheel balancing only visible when the tyre is removed. The wheels complete with tyres must be balanced by an authorised Have any damage inspected by an expert as it may considerably reduce service centre of the Ferrari Service Network or by skilled staff. tyre life. You are advised to use only self-adhesive wheel weights. Remember that tyres deteriorate over time, even if they are rarely used or not used at all. Snow chains Cracks in the tread and side walls, possibly accompanied by bulging, The use of chains is subject to the laws applying in each country. are sure signs of ageing. The snow chains must be fitted only on the driving wheels. Have the tyres replaced by an authorised service centre of the FERRARI Only use low edged chains. SERVICE NETWORK, who has the required equipment in order to avoid damage Keep a moderate speed, and try to avoid holes and steps. to the sensor inside the wheel rim, which could be caused by improperly performed procedures. Have old tyres inspected by an experienced tyre fitter to make sure that they can be used safely. In any case, tyres that have remained on a vehicle for more 4 than 3 years must be checked by skilled personnel. We recommended that you replace the tyres after six years of normal use. Frequent use in maximum load conditions and high temperatures may accelerate ageing. In any case, tyres that have remained on a vehicle for more than 3 years must be checked by skilled personnel. Never fit tyres of uncertain origin. The car is fitted with “directional” tyres. The arrow marked on the sidewall indicates the correct direction of rotation or which is the outer side. In the case of replacement, maximum performance levels can only be ensured if the rotation direction corresponds with the direction indicated by the arrow. Tyres on the same axle must always be replaced in pairs. Check the tread groove depth regularly (minimum acceptable depth 1.7 mm). As the tread wear increases, there is a greater risk of skidding. Drive carefully on wet roads to reduce the risk of “aquaplaning”. 131

Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system The vehicle is equipped with a system that monitors the tyres pressure Viewing messages on the “TFT” display and temperature by means of special sensors secured inside the wheel The user has the possibility, by pressing the specific button “DISP” rims in correspondence to the inflation valve. These sensors transmit a (refer to page 23) or with the function Menu, of accessing the signal that is detected by the antennas on the vehicle body, behind the information display A with the values of pressure and temperature of gravel guards, and connected to the ECU. each tyre. The system can momentarily experience radio-electric interference emitted by When indications by event occur (e.g. malfunctions with priority levels devices using similar frequencies. reported), the information on tyre pressure level are decentralised The ECU processes this information and, via the CAN line, transmits to allow the display of the malfunction for a time equal to its entire a series of tyre pressure data and any system errors to the instrument display cycle. When the display cycle ends, the tyre pressure screen panel. page becomes available again centred and the summary symbol for the The signal transmitted by the ECU activates some icons on the TFT malfunction is displayed in the specific area until the malfunction is corrected. 4 display, with two priority levels: a soft warning (sw) if the pressure decrease in relation to the rated pressure is greater than 0.2 bar Low pressure (2.9 psi), and a hard warning (hw) if it is greater than 0.4 bar When the instrument panel receives a signal from the tyre pressure (5.8 psi) or if there is a dynamic decrease greater than 0.2 bar/min monitoring ECU indicating that the pressure in one or more of the (2.9 psi/min). tyres has dropped below the check threshold, screen 1 is displayed for 20 The calibration button is positioned on the small control panel on the seconds. roof (see page 48). The system must be calibrated using the button on the roof after tyre replacement or inflation. The system warns the driver that there is a drop in tyre A 1 pressure. This warning does not exempt the driver from periodically checking the tyres and from complying with the prescribed tyre pressure levels (see label on page 12). In addition, the system does not inform the driver of sudden damage to tyres caused by external objects/factors. 132

With any display active, the malfunction will be displayed with the Tyre punctures specific message “Check the pressure of the tyres” and the symbol When the instrument panel receives a signal from the tyre pressure of the vehicle showing the pressure of the tyres. The value of the monitoring ECU indicating that the pressure in one or more of the pressure and its unit of measurement for the failing tyre is delimited tyres has dropped below the alarm threshold, irrespective of the current by a rectangle of amber yellow colour. The time of display is equal to display configuration, the relative instrument panel warning light 20 seconds: when this time expires, the specific display disappears. illuminates (page 30) permanently and screen 3 is shown. The fault The next time the engine is started, if the failure persists, the relative is displayed following the same logic applied for all other priority “0” warning light will appear on the display. faults until the problem is rectified and subsequent calibration as The TYRES display is available, upon request by the driver, through requested by the system (after a key-off and key-on cycle). the Menu function and also from the DISP button, so that the driver at For vehicles equipped with “Run Flat” tyres, page 3 shown below will any time may specify, with respect to the normal working conditions, be displayed instead, in alternative with display 4, four times the tyres with insufficient pressure. Subsequently, page 5 will be displayed. It may happen that the system ignores which of the tyres is failing The instrument panel will calculate the residual autonomy and display and, hence, not capable of specifying which is the tyre involved and it again after 50 km (31 mph). will show display 2 which shows only the “Check the pressure of the tyres” message, without the symbol of the vehicle. Since the TYRES display is not capable of displaying such values, it During the condition of “tyre puncture”, if more than 100 km (62 mi) are covered, or if the speed of the vehicle exceeds 80 km/h (50 mph), one of the displays 3, 4, is shown according to the 4 cannot be recalled by the driver. logic expected for malfunctions of priority “0”. The next time the engine is started, if the failure persists, the relative It is possible for the system to ignore which is the tyre showing the warning light will again appear on the display. malfunction and hence not in the condition of specifying the tyre in question. 2 3 4 5 133

If the TYRES display is set as the main one, display 6 will be shown. System not calibrated For vehicles equipped with “Run Flat” tyres, page 6 will be displayed If the system was not calibrated or following replacement of one or instead, in alternative to display 7, four times. more tyres, page 8 will be displayed. At the same time, the relative If the TYRES page is not set as the main page, when the display cycle warning light on the instrument panel (page 30) will flash for a has been completed, the symbol will be displayed in the warning area. maximum of 90 seconds and then remain lit in fixed mode. During the condition of “tyre puncture”, if more than 100 km (62 mi) Subsequently, the page with the “iconised” symbol will be displayed in are covered, or if the speed of the vehicle exceeds 80 km/h (50 mph), the dedicated warning light area. one of the displays 6, 7 is shown according to the logic expected for The system may be adjusted with a special button. malfunctions of priority “0”. Before calibrating the system, ensure the tyre pressure The TYRES page that shows the pressure of each tyre cannot be is set within the prescribed values (see page 17). If this recalled by the user. is not the case, the system may issue wrong low pressure indications. When the button is pressed and the next calibration procedure has been accepted, page 9 appears for 5 seconds. 4 In the case of “Active adjustment” the TYRES display may be recalled by the driver, but the pressure and temperature values are replaced by dashes. 6 7 8 9 134

Tyre pressure monitoring system failure The TYRES page that shows the pressure of each tyre cannot be Screen page 10 is displayed in the following cases: recalled by the user. - malfunction in the circuit and/or wiring leading to the ECU; System not active - signal reception failure by one or more sensors due to If the system has been deactivated by diagnosis, the relative warning malfunctioning, damaged or flat battery; light on the instrument panel in flashing mode, on the instrument panel - ECU malfunctioning. (page 30), will flash for a maximum of 90 seconds and then remain on At the same time, the relative warning light on the instrument panel in fixed mode; at the same time page 12 will appear. (page 30) will flash for a maximum of 90 seconds and then remain on After the display cycle time (several seconds) has elapsed, the in fixed mode. information disappears. But if the driver, during the display presses the function “ESCAPE” button System temporarily not active (page 22), the display with the icon in the warning area is represented, When one of the following conditions occurs: according to the logic as expected for malfunctions of priority “2”. - excessive sensors temperature; The TYRES page that shows the pressure of each tyre cannot be - during calibration; recalled by the user. - radio frequencies which disturb the wheel sensor signals. screen page 11 is displayed. 4 At the same time, the relative warning light on the instrument panel (page 30) will flash for a maximum of 90 seconds and then remain on in fixed mode. Subsequently, the page with the “iconised” symbol will be displayed in the dedicated warning light area. 10 11 12 135

Replacing the wheels If one or more wheels need to be replaced, proceed as Warning follows: • Keep the spare wheel in proper working order, checking it at regular – Replace the wheel stud bolts with damaged thread or taper. intervals to ensure the inflation pressure is 4.2 bar (62 psi). – Carefully clean the wheel stud bolts before fitting. • The spare wheel must only be used for short trips, in emergencies. • When the spare wheel is fitted, never exceed the maximum speed of – Absolutely avoid lubricating the contact surfaces between 80 Km/h (50 mph) and drive carefully, especially around bends and the wheel stud bolt and the wheel rim, and between the when overtaking, avoiding accelerating or braking suddenly. wheel rim and the brake disk. • Do not exceed the approved weight limits. In order not to remove the antilock coating, do not clean the • Do not fit snow chains on the spare wheel. wheel rim cones with solvents or aggressive products. • Never fit more than one spare wheel at a time. Spare wheel (optional) Failure to comply with these instructions could lead to On request, the vehicle can come equipped with a kit containing: loss of control of the vehicle and consequently damages 4 • Spare wheel with space-saver tyre; the label indicates the max speed permitted (80 km/h - 50 mph). to the vehicle and injuries to the occupants. To prevent the tyre pressure monitoring system from interpreting the presence • Additional toolkit bag containing: jack and wrench to fasten the of the spare wheel as a fault, switch the engine off after the puncture and wheel stud bolts. restart after fitting the spare wheel. A C A Spare wheel B B Toolkit C Speed limit label 136

Replacing a wheel • Lower the vehicle and remove the jack. • Position the vehicle on an even surface, then engage 1st gear and lock • Tighten the stud bolts completely, moving diagonally from one to the the rear wheels applying the parking brake. next. • If necessary, turn on the hazard warning lights and place the hazard • Put the replaced wheel and the tools used back in the luggage triangle at the prescribed distance. compartment and secure them so that they cannot knock against the • Take the spare wheel and the toolkit from the luggage compartment, other devices in the luggage compartment. located underneath the bottom panel. As soon as possible, tighten the stud bolts with the torque wrench to • Loosen the five wheel stud bolts approximately half a turn each, using 100 Nm. the wrench supplied. The spare wheel does not have the tyre pressure • Place the base of the jack on flat and firm ground in line with one of monitoring sensor (see label on spare wheel bag). The the lifting points indicated underneath the vehicle floor. spare wheel is not controlled by the system, but is conform to • Raise the vehicle carefully, using the jack, until the wheel is lifted off the international regulations ECE R64/01. After fitting it, it the ground. is advisable to go to the nearest AUTHORISED FERRARI SERVICE CENTRE. If the jack is not positioned correctly, the vehicle could slip off. The jack supplied must only be used for replacing the 4 wheels. • Completely unscrew the five stud bolts and remove the wheel. • Fit the spare wheel and screw in the five stud bolts. G G G E D D Wrench E Stud bolt F F Jack G Lifting points 137

Chassis - Bodywork Aluminium Materials Repair instructions To reduce the weight of the vehicle, the entire body has been produced In the event of damage to the aluminium parts, the normal procedure with aluminium materials, as the density of aluminium is 1/3 (2.70 kg/ would be to replace the part rather than repairing it. Depending on the dm3) of that of steel (7.85 kg/dm3). extent of the damage, either the entire assembly or individual parts may Despite the considerable weight reduction, the aluminium parts be replaced. Any straightening procedure performed on an original provide stability and resistance levels that are higher than those damaged part, which is possible with the normal steel bodies, is not obtainable with steel parts. possible on aluminium bodies as aluminium is not a material that can The aluminium sub-assemblies are less prone to bending and offer easily be restored to its original shape. excellent resistance to corrosion. Connections on the space frame are normally made by welding only. The body parts may be replaced by means of gluing, riveting, bolting Space Frame Structure and welding. The aluminium bodies cannot be straightened cold, The overall bodywork structure is based on a “space frame” chassis. as is the case with steel sheet bodies, but only at temperatures of The space frame structure is basically composed of three constructive 4 parts: • Extruded section bars, with exceptional resistance and torsional approximately 200 °C. All body repair work must be carried out exclusively by expert mechanics certified by the Ferrari Technical Service Department. rigidity features. • Cast knots, which represent the entire welded joint section for the extruded section bars. They are used in both the front and rear and as housing bays and/or fastenings for the mechanical assemblies such as the engine, transmission and suspension. • Reinforcing sheets and gusset plates; these are made of highly resistant aluminium and are welded at various points on the space frame. Supplementary body parts The body assembly is completed with external sheets such as the mudguards, side panels and roof which are joined to the space frame chassis using different connection techniques. The movable parts of the body, secured with screws, such as the engine compartment lid, the luggage compartment lid and the doors, complete the body. 138

Electrical system Key-operated circuits_________________________________________ 140 Battery ________________________________________________________ 140 Lights _________________________________________________________ 143 Replacing the light bulbs ____________________________________ 143 Replacing a fuse ______________________________________________ 150 5 139

Key-operated circuits Battery • Starting It is located on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment. • Windscreen wipers and washer To access the battery, remove cover A. • Stop lights The vehicle is equipped with a battery with sealed energy circuit, that is • Direction indicators maintenance-free. • Hazard lights The battery may only be removed by FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK personnel. • Rear fog lights The battery does not need refilling with distilled water • Reverse lights or sulphuric acid. • Glove compartment opening and light • Periodically check that the battery terminals and posts are completely • Cigarette lighter clean and firmly secured. • Driver seat position adjustment and memorisation • Visually inspect the outer casing for any cracks. • Power windows • If the battery runs overloaded, it will wear out quickly. Have the • Steering wheel position adjustment vehicle electrical system checked if the battery tends to discharge easily. • Ignition • Injection Do not keep the battery near sources of heat or sparks from open flames. • Electric fuel pumps • Air conditioning and heating system 5 • • Instruments Motors for water and oil radiator cooling fans • Windscreen, rear window and rear-view mirrors defroster • External rear-view mirror adjustment • Shock absorber calibration control system A • ABS - CST system • Exhaust temperature control circuit • Tyre pressure monitoring system 140

Battery master switch Reconnecting the battery The car is equipped with a battery master switch C located behind To access the battery master switch, remove the door B on the right- the flap B. The battery master switch may only be used by Ferrari hand side of the luggage compartment. Service Network personnel. To reconnect, fit the torx wrench in the battery master switch and turn Disconnecting the battery clockwise until it stops. On every reconnection and before starting the engine, proceed as follows: - Before disconnecting the battery, deactivate the electronic alarm with the remote control (see page 10). 1) ECU self-learning procedure: Never disconnect the battery from the electrical system when the engine is running. - Insert the key into the ignition block, turn and leave it to position II for at least 30 seconds. Before disconnecting the battery, lower the side windows by at least 2-3 cm (0.78-1.18 in.) to avoid damaging the weather strips when opening and - Turn the ignition key back to position 0 and leave it in this closing the doors. position for at least 3 seconds. When the battery is connected and fully charged, this operation is done - The engine can now be started. automatically whenever the doors are opened or closed. The windows must 2) If the alarm system is enabled, turn it off by pressing button E on remain lowered until the recharged battery is reconnected. If the battery is the remote control, to prevent it from activating. discharged and the windows are fully up, only open the doors when strictly 3) If required, insert the PIN code for the radio (see the car radio necessary and being extremely careful; do not close them again until the system instruction booklet). windows can be lowered. 4) To initialise the door opening/closing system, use the remote Preferably connect to a battery conditioner if the car is not used for prolonged control to lock the doors (press button D once) and then unlock periods. Refer to the section on “If the vehicle is stored for long periods” in the “Checks them (press button E once). Each time the battery is reconnected, wait at least 30 seconds with the 5 and maintenance” chapter. ignition key in position II before starting the engine. This allows the electronic system managing the motor-driven valves to run the self-learning procedure. During this time, make sure not to activate any device. The Motronic ECU self-learning cycle is successful when the intake air temperature is in the range 5 - 100 °C. C After removing the battery from the vehicle and disconnecting it from B the system through the battery master switch, when reconnecting make sure, before running the self-learning cycle, that the external air temperature is in the indicated range. 141

Recharging the battery Do not let the connection cable come out of the vehicle in positions different from that indicated to prevent damaging the seals and/or the cable. The battery should be recharged in a well-ventilated area and away from any flammable materials. If you are not going to use the vehicle for periods of more than one week, it is advisable to connect the battery conditioner in order to Batteries can produce combustible gases. Do not preserve perfect battery efficiency. approach the battery with open flames or lit cigarettes The engine cannot be started as long as the battery and do not create any sparks near it. conditioner is connected to the vehicle socket. Battery conditioner More extensive technical information on use of the device is contained in the The vehicle is equipped with a battery conditioner to maintain and manual housed in a pocket in the bag holding the car cover sheet. recharge the battery. Using the battery conditioner will extend the life of the battery. The device is contained in a pocket in the bag holding the car cover sheet provided with the vehicle. The socket for the connection of the charge holder is installed on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment, behind door B. Arrange the battery conditioner in a well visible position away from heat sources and out of reach of children. When the battery conditioner has been connected to the vehicle socket, 5 run the connection cable underneath the luggage compartment lid in the outside rear corner. D B E 142

Lights Replacing the light bulbs Front lights For the replacement of the high and low beam bulbs, please contact the Ferrari Service Network Centre. 1 - Position light; 2 - High-beam/low-beam; 3 - Front direction indicator; The low/high beams are fitted with XENON light bulbs. 4 - Side direction indicator. Rear lights These bulbs require high voltage power; avoid any operation with the ignition key in position II. 5 - Number plate lights; 6 - Position and stop light; Before replacing any of the bulbs, disconnect the battery. 7 - Direction indicator; When reconnecting the battery, follow the procedure given in 8 - Reverse light; page 141. 9 - Rear fog light; 10 - Auxiliary stop light. Before replacing a light bulb in the headlights, ensure that the respective fuse is intact. Headlights aiming To aim the headlights, contact the Ferrari Service Network. 5 1 3 4 2 10 9 6 8 7 5 143

Replacing the front direction indicator and position light To replace the parking light bulb, proceed as follows: bulbs • turn the bulb-holder E counterclockwise and remove it from its seat; Turn the wheels completely inwards, then undo the screws A and • replace the pressure-fitted bulb F; extract the panel in the wheelhouse outwards. • refit the bulb-holder in its seat and turn it clockwise until it locks; To replace the front direction indicator bulb, proceed as follows: • refit the panel in the wheelhouse. • detach the connector B from the bulb-holder C; • turn the bulb-holder C counterclockwise and remove it; • remove the bulb D by pressing and turning it counterclockwise; • fit the new bulb by pressing it fully in and turning it clockwise; • refit the bulb-holder in its seat and turn clockwise to lock into place; • refit the connector; • refit the panel in the wheelhouse. 5 OPEN E B C C F A E D OPEN C 144

Replacing the side direction indicator bulbs Replacing the taillight bulbs • Remove the indicator transparent cover A first, then the bulb-holder To replace a bulb, proceed as follows: B, taking care not to damage the bodywork; • partially lever out the weather strip around the luggage compartment • ease the bulb C out of the bulb-holder; and remove the taillight cover A; • replace the bulb then refit the bulb-holder and, lastly, the transparent • unscrew the nuts B and extract the entire light cluster; cover. 5 C B A B A 145

• remove the connector C from the bulb-holder E; If you need to replace more than one bulb, to avoid confusing their • with the light cluster removed from the vehicle, unscrew the knobs D mounts E, which are identical, they are identified by a letter that shows and remove the bulb-holder E from the light cluster; their position on the vehicle body: • remove the bulb by turning it counterclockwise; - S = left; • replace the bulb, then refit the bulb-holder. - D = right; - E = external; - I = internal. • Refit the taillight cluster taking care that the gasket F is properly inserted, then reattach the connector. • Refit the taillight cover and reposition the weather strip on the luggage compartment weather strip. 5 SI SE E C F DI DE D SI E 146

Replacing the number plate light bulb Replacing other light bulbs To replace a bulb, proceed as follows: Roof dome light • undo the two fastening screws A; • Remove the dome light A from the roof by gently prying it out with a • remove the transparent cover and replace the bulb B which is screwdriver at point X. pressure fitted into the two contact clips; • Replace the bulb concerned B or C. • refit the transparent cover and tighten the two fastening screws. • Refit the dome light, taking care not to pinch the cables. Replacing the auxiliary stop light bulb For replacement of the light cluster, contact the Ferrari Service Network. 5 A X B B A C 147

Rear dome lights Glove compartment light, luggage compartment light and • Remove the dome light D by gently prying it out with a screwdriver at underdoor light point Y. • Gently pry out at point W with a screwdriver to slightly lift the dome • Replace the bulb E. light F. • Refit the dome light first on the connector side and then pushing it in • Push the screwdriver into point J to remove the dome light at the other side until it clicks into place. completely. Removing the external rear-view mirror • Contact the Ferrari Service Network. W J F 5 J W Y E W D F J F 148

• Lift the bulb-holder G and remove the bulb H, which is press-fitted Light bulbs (12 V, except for low and high beam lights) into place. • Replace the bulb. Low beams/high beams gas-discharge Das • Refit the dome light first on the connector side and then pushing it in at the other side until it clicks into place. Front position lights incandescent W5W Front direction indicator lights incandescent P21W Side direction indicator lights incandescent T4W Number plate lights incandescent R5W Rear position and stop lights incandescent P21/5W Rear direction indicator lights incandescent H6W Rear fog lights incandescent H21W Reverse lights incandescent H6W Auxiliary stop lights with LED Dome light incandescent 10W Rear dome light incandescent 5W Glove compartment light incandescent W5W Luggage compartment light Underdoor light incandescent incandescent W5W W5 W 5 Spot light incandescent 6W External rear-view mirror light incandescent W5W G H 149

Replacing a fuse When an electrical device is not working, check that the corresponding Fuse colours fuse is intact. A - Fuse intact. yellow brown red light blue yellow white green B - Fuse blown. ochre If the problem persists, contact the Ferrari Service Network. Ampere A5 A7.5 A10 A15 A20 A25 A30 When replacing a fuse, always use fuses of the same amperage (same colour). The toolkit contains spare fuses (see page 166). To remove fuses, use the tweezers C in the fuse box in the passenger compartment, behind the small door on the dashboard 1 on the left of Maxi fuse colours the steering wheel. yellow green orange red blue Ampere A20 A30 A40 A50 A60 5 A B C 1 150

Location of the fuse and relay boxes C - Fuses and relays in the luggage compartment A - Fuses and relays in the engine compartment D - Maxi fuses on the battery B - Fuses and relays in the passenger compartment C D A B 5 151

Key to symbols and acronyms A – Fuses and relays in the engine compartment To replace a fuse or a relay in the engine compartment, we recommend + 30 + permanent battery that you contact the Ferrari Service Network. + 15 + key operated CAV Motion alarm ECU Ref. Amp. Use CEM Emergency control CLA Stop lights control MF1 Maxi 60A ABS (Link-Box) CPL Dashboard ECU MF2 Maxi 60A Air Pump (Link- Box) CRP Steering column adjustment control CSA Alarm system siren ECU MF3 Maxi 40A +30 RH fans (Link Box) CSG Power steering ECU CSP Twilight/rain sensor ECU MF4 Maxi 40A +30 LH fans (Link Box) CVB Luggage compartment ECU IFR Clutch switch MF5 Maxi 40A A.C. unit NAG Driver position node MF85 Maxi 20A +30 NFR NAP Passenger position node NBC Body computer node 5 NCL NCR Air conditioning and heating system node Automatic gearbox node NCS Suspension control node NFR Braking system node NIM Inside roof node NQS Instrument panel node NSP Parking sensors node NTP Tyre pressure node NVO Steering wheel node 152

Ref. Amp. Use B – Fuses and relays in the passenger compartment These are located under the dashboard, to the left of the steering R14 50A Maxi-relay Secondary air pump wheel. To access the fuses and relays, remove the small door 1 by undoing the R15 50A Maxi-relay RH fan fastening screws. R16 50A Maxi-relay LH fans R26 20A Micro-relay +30 NFR R29 30A Mini-relay +30 Drawer Lock Actuator 5 MF1 MF4 MF85 MF3 MF2 R15 MF5 R29 R26 R14 R16 1 153

Ref. Amp. Use F-37 10A +15 CLA (NA), third stop, NQS F-12 15A Right-hand low beam F-38 15A Luggage compartment lock gear motor F-13 15A +30 Left-hand low beam F-39 10A +30 NIM, NCL, diagnosis socket EOBD, CSA, CAV, NTP, radio, phone option, NIT F-31 7.5A INT/A for A.C. unit, NBC, high beam relay F-40 30A +30 Heated rear window F-32 10A +30 Door, step, luggage compartment lights F-41 (not used) F-33 30A +30 Moving of the front seat, driver's side F-42 7.5A +15 NFR (NFR relay coils) F-34 30A +30 Moving of the front seat, passenger's side F-43 30A Windscreen wipers/washer (INT/A connected F-35 7.5A +15 CLA (NC), IFR, alternator, engine signals devices relay) socket, cruise control F-44 20A +30 Front cigarette lighter (INT/A connected F-36 10A +30 glove compartment motor devices relay), front passenger seat heating 5 F-45 25A +30 Key (ignition switch) F-46 20A +30 NGP - NPP door locks actuator F-47 30A +30 NPG power supply F-34 F-48 F-49 F-35 F-13 T13 F-48 30A +30 NPP power supply (R13) F-46 F-33 F-37 F-42 F-12 F-49 7.5A +15 NVO, CSG, CSP, NIM, NCL, CEM, CRP, radio, phone option, dome light fixing plate, windscreen F-45 F-47 F-32 F-50 F-51 T12 T11 (R12) (R11) wiper control, NIT F-52 F-41 F-43 F-40 F-44 T01 F-50 7.5A +15 Airbag system F-36 F-39 F-38 F-53 F-31 (R1) F-51 7.5A +15 NCR, F1 control panel 154

F-52 15A Front driver seat heating (INT/A connected C – Fuses and relays in the luggage compartment devices relay) To access the devices in the luggage compartment, remove cover 1. F-53 10A +30 Rear fog lights Remove the box covers 2 to access the fuses and relays. Ref. Amp. Use Ref. Amp. Use F-6 (not used) T01 (R1) 30A Micro-relay Low-beams F-7 30A +30 main injection relay on RH bank, + coil T11 (R11) 30A Micro-relay Heated rear window F-8 7.5A +30 RH injection (pin F62) T12 (R12) 30A Micro-relay devices 1 (Depending from INT/A ignition switch) F-9 10A +87 RH main relay (pin F03) T13 (R13) Bridge (devices 2 power supply) F-10 10A +87 RH main relay, air flow meter, etc. F-11 15A +87 main relay for injectors, RH coils 5 1 2 155

F-14 10A +15 RH injection (coils, fuel pump relays, inertia F-58 5A +30 NTP switch) (pin F21) F-60 20A +30 Fuel tank door F-16 7.5A A.C. compressor F-61 10A +30 NAP, NAG F-17 10A LH high-beam F-63 20A +30 RH fuel pumps F-18 10A RH high-beam F-64 7.5A +30 Reverse gear F-19 30A Starter motor F-66 5A Front LH, rear RH Side marker F-20 25A Headlight washers F-67 5A Front RH, rear LH Side marker F-21 15A Horns F-76 15A +87 RH oxygen sensor main relay F-22 30A +30 main injection relay on LH bank, + coil F-77 15A +87 LH oxygen sensor main relay F-23 7.5A +30 LH injection (pin F62) 5 F-78 20A +30 LH fuel pumps F-24 10A +87 LH main relay (pin F03) F-79 5A +30 NQS F-25 10A +87 LH main relay, air flow meter, etc. F-80 25A +30 Hi-Fi system F-26 15A +87 main relay for injectors, LH coils (bass-box and rear parcel shelf woofer) F-27 10A +15 LH injection (coils, fuel pump relays) (pin F-82 5A +30 alternator sensing F21) F-89 7.5A +15 NSP, NCS F-29 15A Battery conditioner F-90 5A +30 electrochromic roof ECU F-56 3A +30 Number plate and inside lights 156

Ref. Amp. Use R17 30A BOSCH micro-relay fuel tank door MF68 Maxi 30A +30 Hi Fi system (Amplifier) R18 30A BOSCH micro-relay RH fuel pump MF69 Maxi 20A +30 NCR R19 20A Micro-relay Reverse gear MF70 Maxi 30A +30 F1 gearbox pump R20 20A Micro-relay Side marker MF72 Maxi 60A +30 for rear ECU R22 50A Maxi-relay Electro-actuated F1 gearbox pump MF81 Maxi 60A +30 for rear ECU 2 R24 30A BOSCH micro-relay Number plate and icon inside lights R25 30A BOSCH micro-relay LH fuel pump Ref. Amp. Use R28 10/20A Micro-relay ignition exclusion with battery R2 20A BOSCH micro-relay RH main injection (switch) conditioner (switch) R3 20A BOSCH micro-relay Immobilizer (switch) R4 20A Micro-relay A.C. compressor 5 R5 30A Micro-relay Headlight washers R6 20A Micro-relay High beams R7 30A Micro-relay Starter motor R8 20A Micro-relay Horns R10 20A BOSCH micro-relay LH main injection 157

D – Maxi fuses on the battery If the fault is on a maxi fuse, contact the Ferrari Service Network. Ref. Amp. Use MF73 Midi 60A +30 CPL (devices 2) MF74 MIDI 70A +30 CPL MF75 MIDI 100A +30 CVB MF86 Mega CAL2 +30 Starter motor 5 MF75 MF73 MF74 MF86 158

Checks and maintenance Introduction__________________________________________________ 160 Warranty and Service Book __________________________________ 160 Maintenance __________________________________________________ 160 Level checks __________________________________________________ 162 Windscreen wipers ____________________________________________ 165 Cleaning the vehicle _________________________________________ 168 If the vehicle is stored for long periods _____________________ 169 6 159

Introduction Maintenance It is essential to always keep the vehicle in proper working order to All the setting-ups and checks indicated in the “Warranty and Service ensure a long working life and to prevent any running defects, caused Book and Maintenance Schedule” must be performed at a service by negligence or lack of maintenance, and consequently to avoid centre of the Ferrari Service Network at the prescribed intervals. hazardous situations. However, even in the event of a small fault noted during use of the All repair work on any component of the safety system must be carried out by vehicle (e.g. small leaks of essential fluids) immediately report them to the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. the Ferrari Service Network, in order to resolve minor problems straightaway rather than waiting until the next service. Furthermore, regular maintenance procedures must be performed at Warranty and Service Book intervals of no more than a year, even if the prescribed mileage has not been reached (see “Annual Services” indicated in the “Warranty and The vehicle is provided with a “Warranty and Service Book and Service Book and Maintenance Schedule”). Maintenance Schedule”. This contains the vehicle’s warranty validity conditions. In addition, the Warranty and Service Book contains special blank spaces where the AUTHORISED FERRARI SERVICE CENTRE can register the regular maintenance work performed as indicated in the general maintenance schedule. 6 160

Scheduled maintenance The Scheduled Maintenance information shown on the TFT display Messages that can be viewed on the TFT display are indicated in km/ can also be called up by the User, from the Menu Page (see page 27). miles or as the number of days remaining before the next scheduled Using the Maintenance Schedule service, depending on which limit is reached first. The schedule contained in the “Warranty and Service Book and The first message is displayed when the instrument panel is turned on Maintenance Schedule” also outlines, in addition to the intervals at 2,000 km (1,240 miles) or 30 days from the service schedule date. prescribed for the various service operations, the checks to be Subsequent messages will be displayed once only, when the instrument performed on a yearly basis. panel is switched on, at decreasing intervals in km (1,800, 1,600, … If the vehicle is used in unusual conditions (e.g., dusty roads, extreme 100, 50) or as days (27, 24, ..., 6, 3) accompanied by the specific symbol. temperatures, heavy-duty conditions, etc.) some service operations are Once the set limit in kilometres or the expiry date is reached, every required more frequently (e.g., air filter replacement, etc.). time the instrument panel is turned on, the message “Service Stop For the type of oil used, see the “Refilling” table on page 18. expired” will be displayed. Do not disconnect the battery before having travelled 201 km (125 mi.). This would cause the system to lose the reference date for service time schedule indication and, when the battery is reconnected, the date set would be incorrect. If you disconnected the battery before reaching the indicated mileage, contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK before having travelled 201 km (125 mi.), otherwise the incorrect date will be stored irreversibly. If you cannot contact the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK within 201 km, adjust the date. 6 ������ ������ ���� ������� 161

Level checks General notes If, following the check, the oil proves to be under the The level checks must be performed at the intervals indicated in the “MIN” level, top it up and then have the system checked “Maintenance Schedule” or before starting a long journey. by a FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK centre. We recommend that you use only lubricants and/or fluids indicated by • “MAX” - “MIN” = 1.5 litres FERRARI (see the “Refilling” table on page 18). • Unscrew the tank cap and top up with the prescribed oil if necessary. To perform the level check, run the engine at idle speed for a few minutes (oil Do not exceed the “MAX” level indicated on the dipstick. temperature >70 °C), then check the level with the engine idling. • Screw the cap back on tightly. Checking the engine oil level Proceed as follows: • Open the engine compartment lid (see page 90). • Check that the level is between the “MIN” and “MAX” notches marked on the dipstick, which is located in front of the engine oil filler cap, on the left of the engine compartment. 6 B A A - Oil filler plug; B - Oil dipstick. 162

Checking the coolant level Checking the power steering oil level This procedure must always be performed when the The level check must be performed with the engine warm, after having engine is cold. Never remove the cap from the expansion driven at least 15 Km, and with the vehicle parked on a flat ground. tank when the engine is running or warm. Remove the cap from the tank in the engine compartment and ensure • Open the engine compartment lid (see page 90). that the level is between the “MIN” and “MAX” notches on the dipstick. • Remove the expansion tank cap, located on the right of the engine compartment, and check that the level is visible from the filler neck. The oil level must be checked with the cap resting on the tank. • If the level is low, top it up with the recommended fluid. If necessary, top up the oil level to the “MAX” notch, using the oil prescribed. If frequent top-ups are required after short trips, have Screw the cap back on tightly. the system checked by the FERRARI SERVICE NETWORK. • Screw the cap tightly onto the expansion tank filler neck. 6 Expansion tank cap; Power steering fluid tank cap 163

Checking the brake fluid level • To access the tank, you must open the engine compartment lid (see The symbol on the tank, indicates the presence of a synthetic fluid in page 90). the system. • After removing the cap, make sure the fluid in the tank is just below The use of mineral-based fluids will cause irreparable the upper tank surface. damage to the system rubber gaskets. • If the level is low, top up with the prescribed oil from a sealed Do not use fluids other than those already contained in the container, and contact a service centre of the Ferrari Service system for topping up. Network to have the system checked. • Once the system has been topped up, screw on the cap and close the The oil contained in the brake, clutch and power engine compartment lid. steering systems, besides damaging plastic, rubber and painted parts, is highly dangerous if it comes into contact with the eyes or the skin. In case of contact, wash the affected part thoroughly with running water. To avoid any risk, always use protective goggles and gloves. Keep away from children! Never dispose of used fluid in the environment! 6 OIL Tank cap 164

Windscreen wipers In order not to damage the wiper blades, avoid using them when: Windscreen wipers and washer fluid • the windscreen is dry; Periodically check that there is fluid in the tank. • the blades are stuck to the windscreen due to freezing temperatures; The tank for the windscreen washer can be accessed by lifting the • there are traces of snow on the windscreen or the wiper arms; engine compartment lid (see page 90). • there are deposits on the windscreen. • Lift the cap and fill the tank with the recommended fluid until it is The wiper blades must be cleaned periodically and checked for wear. visible on the tank. • Close the cap. Replacing the wiper blades • Turn on the windscreen wipers and stop them (ignition key in position 0) when the wiper blades are in a vertical position. • Lift the arm, remove the blade and replace it checking that it is properly locked on the arm. Never lift the windscreen wiper arms from their rest position. 6 Windscreen washer fluid tank cap 165

Toolkit Toolkit bag Useful accessories The toolkit bag is found in the luggage compartment and it contains In addition to the tools supplied with the vehicle, the hazard warning the necessary tools for a first emergency repair work: triangle and fluorescent safety jacket should always be kept on board in order to signal hazardous situations in compliance with regulations. • set of flat wrenches; • towing hook; • insulated cutting pliers; • set of spare bulbs and fuses. Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit • screwdriver for slotted screws; In the event of a puncture or low pressure of a tyre, the kit can be used • screwdriver for crosshead screws; to repair and/or inflate the tyre sufficiently to continue the journey safely. The kit includes a replaceable cartridge A containing the puncture repair fluid, an electric compressor B equipped with a pressure gauge C, a switch D and two unions for tyre repair and/or inflation. After using the repair kit, the vehicle must however be considered to be in an emergency situation: drive with the utmost care (maximum permissible speed 80 km/h - 50 mph). 6 E E D C B A 166

The kit is to be used to temporarily repair only one tyre punctured by small • Unscrew the valve cap of the punctured tyre and screw the union G objects: the kit may not be useful in the case of large punctures or tearing. for the transparent tube on the valve. Keep the kit in its box and out of children’s reach. Do not • Turn the ignition key to II, so that the socket is powered then activate inhale or swallow the fluid contained in the cartridge the compressor by pressing the switch D. and avoid contact with the skin and eyes. To inflate/repair the tyre successfully, the lever terminal H must be fitted into The repaired tyre must be replaced as soon as possible and the relevant union J. the workshop personnel must be informed that the tyre was • Stop the compressor when the pressure indicated on the pressure treated with tyre repair fluid. gauge C reaches the pressure specified for that tyre. • Remove the union G and screw the cap back onto the valve. The sealant contained in the cartridge in the tyre repair kit may damage the sensor fitted inside the wheel rim on vehicles We recommend that you check the tyre pressure on the gauge when the equipped with the tyre pressure monitoring system. In these compressor is off, in order to have a more accurate reading. cases, the sensor must always be replaced by an Authorised Do not activate the compressor for more than 20 minutes: risk of overheating! FERRARI SERVICE CENTRE. The compressor has been designed for inflation of one tyre only; do not use it If the vehicle is equipped with a spare wheel, the tyre repair kit will not be to inflate mattresses, rubber boats etc. provided. The kit can also be used only to inflate a tyre, using the lever terminal In the event of a tyre puncture, proceed as follows. H. • Open the box E and take out the compressor; remove the electrical • Remove the terminal H from the union J on the cartridge and insert it cable with the connector F for the power socket. in the wheel valve. • Insert the connector F into the power socket on the central console. • Lower the lever K and start the compressor. • Inflate to the indicated pressure (see on page 17). K 6 J H F G 167

Replacing the puncture repair fluid cartridge Cleaning the vehicle • Remove the terminal H from the union J on the cartridge and slide out the union G for the transparent tube from the compressor. Cleaning the exterior • Turn the cartridge A counterclockwise and lift by easing off the base; Proper care of the vehicle on the part of the owner is essential for the replace it with an original spare part. vehicle long life. • Insert the new cartridge A into the base and push it until it clicks into Below is a list of the main precautions to be taken. place on the base. • Certain parts of the vehicle should not be left wet or dirty for long • Turn it clockwise until it fits snugly into place. periods of time, particularly, the passenger and luggage compartment • Place the union G into its seat and fit the lever terminal H onto the floors, which should always be clean and dry. The draining holes union J for the cartridge. under the doors should be kept unclogged to allow any water to drain. • The underbody and the lower surfaces of the vehicle should be cleaned regularly, and more frequently (at least once a week) if the vehicle is used on salty or rough roads. The vehicle should be cleaned thoroughly and carefully: cleaning in a way that only wets encrusted mud without removing it completely may damage the bodywork. • The vehicle must be washed regularly with suitable equipment. Do not use very hot water or steam to clean the paint or the lower surfaces. It is advisable to soften any dirt first and then remove it with a jet of water at room temperature. • Do not wash the vehicle in direct sunlight or when the bodywork is still warm. 6 K 2 • Ensure that the jet of water does not strike against the paintwork too hard. OPEN 1 • Wash the vehicle with a sponge and a solution of mild soap and water. 1 • Rinse the vehicle again with a jet of water and dry it with a piece of 2 CLOSE chamois leather. When the vehicle has been washed, apply slight pressure to the brake pedal at moderate speed before driving at a A normal speed, until the brake discs and pads have cleaned off. J H 168

In order to maintain the shine of the paintwork, polish it once or twice If the vehicle is stored for long periods a year with the products recommended by Ferrari. • Areas that are cracked or chipped as a result of stones, scratches If the vehicle is not used for long periods of time, it is advisable to take or parking manoeuvres, etc. must immediately be treated at an certain precautions: Authorised Ferrari Service Centre. • if possible, park the vehicle on a level surface, in a covered and well- • Do not park the vehicle in damp and/or unventilated areas for long ventilated area; periods of time. • keep the vehicle stationary by engaging a gear and do not use the parking brake; Cleaning the interior - Cleaning and care of the leather upholstery • increase tyre pressure to 3.0 bar and periodically turn the wheels so that the car does not stand constantly on the same tyre spot; Proper and regular treatment of the leather upholstery, at least 3-4 • connect the battery conditioner as described on page 142. times a year, will help ensure the original quality, natural features and softness of the leather in your Ferrari. If you do not wish to disconnect the battery in order to keep certain devices functioning such as: radio station memory, alarm system, etc., the battery With this in mind, specific products are also available for maintenance must be recharged at least once a month. of the leather, (“Cleaner” and “Cream”), both tested by Ferrari. If the vehicle is not used for long periods of time with the battery disconnected, These products can be ordered through the Ferrari Spare Parts the battery must be recharged at least every three months. Department, both individually and as part of the “CARE KIT” which includes the entire range of cleaning products for the vehicle. • Protect the vehicle with a breathable fabric cover, avoiding materials that prevent the humidity on the vehicle body from evaporating. For instructions on using the “CARE KIT” products, see the “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” owner’s manual and the instructions included Before using the vehicle after long periods of inactivity, make sure that with the KIT. the tyre pressure is correct (see page 17) and check the levels of all the fluids in the systems. The following products must be avoided when cleaning the leather: harsh detergents, turpentine, liquid stain removers, petrol, solvents and 6 domestic cleaning products. All of these products damage the natural material. 169


Alphabetical table of contents Abbreviations _____________________________________________ 4 ABS and EBD systems ____________________________________ 124 Cleaning the vehicle ____________________________________ 168 Clutch _________________________________________________ 116 1 Adjusting the steering wheel _____________________________ 75 CO2 emissions ___________________________________________ 15 Airbag __________________________________________________ 82 Consulting the manual ____________________________________ 4 Activation _______________________________________________ 83 Passenger-side airbag manual deactivation (optional) _____________ 85 Cooling system _________________________________________ 106 Replacing the coolant______________________________________ 107 2 Air conditioning and heating system _______________________ 94 Cruise control (optional) ________________________________ 43 Adjusting the air vents ______________________________________ 98 CST system _____________________________________________ 122 Maintenance _____________________________________________ 98 3 Data labels ______________________________________________ 12 Operating modes __________________________________________ 95 Label description __________________________________________ 13 Residual heat function ______________________________________ 96 Dimensions and weights __________________________________ 14 Sun radiation sensor _______________________________________ 98 Dome lights _____________________________________________ 87 Air conditioning and heating system (characteristics) _____ 126 Doors ___________________________________________________ 34 Air injection system and catalytic converters _____________ 111 Catalytic converters _______________________________________ 112 Electrical system (data) __________________________________ 16 Electrochromic roof ____________________________________ 99 4 Engine malfunction alarm devices ___________________________ 114 Electronic alarm _________________________________________ 9 Exhaust system overheating alarm devices _____________________ 113 Activation ________________________________________________ 9 Alarm system _____________________________________________ 7 Duplicating the keys ________________________________________ 8 Emergency starting _________________________________________ 8 Alarm memory ___________________________________________ 10 Deactivating the anti-lift alarm_______________________________ 10 5 Deactivating the motion sensing system_________________________ 10 The Ferrari CODE system ____________________________________ 7 Deactivation _____________________________________________ 10 ASR system _____________________________________________ 123 Ministerial homologation ___________________________________ 10 Battery _________________________________________________ 140 Battery conditioner _______________________________________ 142 Engine assembly _________________________________________ 102 Engine compartment lid __________________________________ 90 6 Battery master switch _____________________________________ 141 Engine lubrication system _______________________________ 104 Disconnecting the battery___________________________________ 141 Gas and oil vapour recirculation ____________________________ 105 Recharging the battery ____________________________________ 142 Reconnecting the battery ___________________________________ 141 Oil pressure and temperature _______________________________ 105 7 Before a trip ____________________________________________ 33 Braking system __________________________________________ 120 Pad replacement__________________________________________ 121 Central console controls ________________________________ 49 Chassis - Bodywork ______________________________________ 138 171

External lights and direction indicators __________________ 37 Outside temperature gauge __________________________________ 26 “Follow me home” function __________________________________ 38 Rev. Counter _____________________________________________ 28 1 Automatic activation and deactivation _________________________ 39 Direction indicators ________________________________________ 40 Warning lights display _____________________________________ 28 Warning light display priorities on TFT display _________________ 27 Flashing the headlights _____________________________________ 37 Instrument panel and controls ____________________________ 20 High beams ______________________________________________ 37 Key-operated circuits ___________________________________ 140 2 Light switch ______________________________________________ 37 Parking lights ____________________________________________ 38 Level checks ___________________________________________ 162 Checking the brake/clutch fluid level __________________________ 164 Rear fog lights ____________________________________________ 40 Checking the coolant level __________________________________ 163 Twilight sensor ___________________________________________ 39 Checking the engine oil level ________________________________ 162 “F1” gearbox ______________________________________________ 2 3 Checking the power steering oil level __________________________ 163 “F1” gearbox transmission check _________________________ 117 Lights _________________________________________________ 143 Front seats ______________________________________________ 71 Headlights aiming ________________________________________ 143 Easy entry/exit system ______________________________________ 74 Luggage compartment lid _________________________________ 91 Heating system____________________________________________ 73 Maintenance ____________________________________________ 160 4 Seat position memory ______________________________________ 73 Fuel consumption ________________________________________ 15 Scheduled maintenance ____________________________________ 161 Using the Maintenance Schedule _____________________________ 161 Fuel supply system_______________________________________ 108 Main engine specifications ________________________________ 15 Inertia switch ____________________________________________ 110 Parking _________________________________________________ 59 5 Fuel tank cap ____________________________________________ 92 Gearbox and differential ________________________________ 116 Checking and changing the gearbox/differential oil ______________ 116 Parking brake lever ______________________________________ 70 Parking manoeuvre _______________________________________ 65 Sensors__________________________________________________ 66 If the vehicle is stored for long periods __________________ 169 Passenger compartment accessories ________________________ 88 Ignition-Injection System ________________________________ 103 6 Clothes hooks _____________________________________________ 89 Ignition switch __________________________________________ 50 Front ashtray _____________________________________________ 89 Infotainment system ______________________________________ 86 Glove compartment ________________________________________ 88 Instrument panel_________________________________________ 21 Pocket-change tray _________________________________________ 88 Clock ___________________________________________________ 26 Rear ashtray _____________________________________________ 89 7 Description of controls ______________________________________ 22 Display “TFT” ___________________________________________ 22 Rear map pockets__________________________________________ 89 Sun visors _______________________________________________ 90 Electronic speedometer ______________________________________ 28 Performance _____________________________________________ 15 Fuel level gauge ___________________________________________ 26 Power windows __________________________________________ 36 Gear display _____________________________________________ 28 Rear-view mirrors ________________________________________ 75 Menu page _______________________________________________ 27 Storing the rear-view mirror position __________________________ 77 Odometer ________________________________________________ 26 Rear seats _______________________________________________ 74 172

Refilling ________________________________________________ 18 Spare parts _______________________________________________ 2 Replacing a fuse ________________________________________ 150 Starting and driving the vehicle __________________________ 51 Fuse and relay box arrangement _____________________________ 151 Fuse colours _____________________________________________ 150 “Down”, downshifting ______________________________________ 54 “N” (Neutral) request ______________________________________ 55 1 Key to symbols and acronyms _______________________________ 152 “Up”, upshifting ___________________________________________ 54 Replacing the light bulbs _______________________________ 143 Operation with the engine off ________________________________ 52 Light bulbs______________________________________________ 149 Replacing other light bulbs _________________________________ 147 Other system functions ______________________________________ 56 Starting the engine ________________________________________ 53 2 Replacing the auxiliary stop light bulb ________________________ 147 Starting the vehicle ________________________________________ 53 Replacing the front direction indicator and position light bulbs _____ 144 Stopping the vehicle ________________________________________ 56 System start-up ___________________________________________ 51 3 Replacing the number plate light bulb _________________________ 147 Replacing the side direction indicator bulbs ____________________ 145 Turning off the engine and deactivating the system _______________ 56 Replacing the taillight bulbs ________________________________ 145 Warming up the engine _____________________________________ 53 Replacing the wheels ___________________________________ 136 Steering system and steering column _____________________ 118 Respecting the environment ______________________________ 68 Steering wheel buttons __________________________________ 45 Anti-pollution device maintenance ____________________________ 69 Driving style _____________________________________________ 68 “SPORT” mode ___________________________________________ 45 CST system deactivation ____________________________________ 46 4 Particular driving conditions ________________________________ 68 Horn control _____________________________________________ 45 Roof panel controls _____________________________________ 48 Infotainment system control __________________________________ 46 5 Deactivating the anti-lift alarm system _________________________ 48 Start button ______________________________________________ 45 Tyre pressure calibration button ______________________________ 48 Steering wheel mounted gearbox controls _______________________ 47 Running-in ______________________________________________ 33 Suspension _____________________________________________ 128 Safe driving _____________________________________________ 60 Malfunction warning _____________________________________ 130 Driving at night __________________________________________ 61 Table of contents _________________________________________ 3 Driving in fog ____________________________________________ 62 Driving in the rain ________________________________________ 61 Technical Service _________________________________________ 2 TFT display warning lights _______________________________ 31 6 Driving on mountain roads _________________________________ 62 Toolkit ________________________________________________ 166 Driving on snowy or icy roads _______________________________ 62 Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit _______________________ 166 Driving with the “ABS” braking system ________________________ 62 Seat belts _______________________________________________ 77 Replacing the puncture repair fluid cartridge ___________________ 168 Towing the vehicle ______________________________________ 93 7 Child safety ______________________________________________ 81 Transmission ratios ______________________________________ 16 Pretensioners _____________________________________________ 79 Seat belt and pretensioner care _______________________________ 80 173

Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system _________ 132 System not calibrated _____________________________________ 134 1 Tyre pressure monitoring system failure _______________________ 135 Tyre punctures ___________________________________________ 133 Updating _________________________________________________ 4 Using the driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) ______ 63 2 Vehicle identification data _______________________________ 11 Vehicle keys ______________________________________________ 6 Replacing remote control batteries ______________________________ 6 Requesting new keys ________________________________________ 6 3 Warning lights __________________________________________ 29 Warranty and Service Book _____________________________ 2,160 Wheels and tyres (instructions) _________________________ 130 Snow chains ____________________________________________ 131 Wheel rims and tyres (data) _______________________________ 16 4 “Run flat” tyres (optional) __________________________________ 17 Inflation pressure (cold) ____________________________________ 17 Replacing a wheel _________________________________________ 17 Spare wheel ______________________________________________ 17 5 While driving ___________________________________________ 59 Windscreen washer/wipers and headlight washer ___________ 41 Rain sensor ______________________________________________ 42 Windscreen wipers ______________________________________ 165 6 Replacing the wiper blades _________________________________ 165 Windscreen wipers and washer fluid _________________________ 165 7 174

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Equipment and optionals of the Ferrari vehicle models may vary because of specific legal and market requirements. The information contained in this publication is therefore not binding in any way. Ferrari reserves the right to make any modification to the vehicle models described in this manual, at any time, for either technical or commercial reasons. Contact the nearest Ferrari Dealer for any further information you may require. For efficiency and safety, as well as for preserving the value of the vehicle, it is advisable not to modify its equipment unless you use parts of the approved type. COPYRIGHT© Technical Service Department Via Abetone Inferiore, 4 - 41053 - Maranello (Modena) Code no. 81605100 Catalogue no. 3263/08 1st Edition May ’08 Edited by - STAR s.r.l. - Alessandria (Italy) 176