Ferrari SA Aperta 599 Owners Manual

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OWNER'S MANUAL

General remarks This vehicle, which complies with EC homologation parameters, uses advanced technology and is capable of achieving high performance levels. It is equipped with sophisticated active and passive safety systems (described below). These safety features and systems do not authorise the driver to take risks other than those involved in normal driving since their preventive and protective action is guaranteed only in certain conditions. Unless otherwise instructed specifically by Ferrari (see the Safety chapter), the deactivation of any of the vehicle’s safety systems is PROHIBITED. While certain safety systems (e.g. the airbags) have been tested to ensure that they offer the highest possible levels of protection, they may nonetheless be hazardous in the event of failure by the driver or passenger to observe the instructions given by Ferrari. All vehicle occupants must be attentive at all times and take particular care when transporting passengers who are more subject to injury such as children, disabled and elderly persons. Safe driving is subject to the following conditions AT ALL TIMES: - the driver must be in perfect psycho-physical condition; - road regulations (Road Regulations - Vienna Convention on Road Traffic that ended on 8 November 1968) must be strictly observed; - common rules of caution must always be observed in relation to the quality/performance of the vehicle, driving conditions and contingent situations. - Caution and discipline are the basis of safe driving. - Driving takes place in a naturally dangerous context where a number of different risk factors interact. For this reason, it is important to drive bearing in mind that others, whether they are pedestrians, motorcyclists or motorists, can make mistakes. Keeping a safe distance allows emergency measures to be taken. Remember that national and international legislation requires that the driver of the vehicle must be capable of performing corrective and/or emergency manoeuvres at all times. - Correct and careful use of a vehicle derives, above all, from respect for one's own safety and that of others as well as from compliance with road regulations. Only this respect will help you experience all the emotions that driving this car can offer you. 2

Introduction The driver MUST NEVER allow passengers to increase the risks associated with driving (e.g. by not using safety systems such as the seat belts) by failing to observe the mandatory safety rules that apply to both driver and passengers. The vehicle MUST NOT be modified or tampered with for any reason whatsoever since, by so doing, the manufacturer's homologation and safety parameters will be modified. The driver must pay the utmost attention to the signals of the vehicle and, in particular, the warning lights on the dashboard and buzzers. Even when the warning lights do not indicate a situation of immediate danger, the driver must be cautious in relation to possible consequences/degeneration of the failure and other information given. During routine operations, such as refuelling, precautions should always been taken and it is important to check that flammable liquid has not been spilled; these precautions must be observed even if the operation is performed by others. Similarly, before setting off make sure that the doors are closed by checking the warning lights and also manually. The driver must be fully acquainted with the vehicle and its controls in order to handle and drive it correctly. Knowledge of the vehicle can be gained/improved by attending the driving courses held by Ferrari which we strongly recommend. The use of terms from the motor sports world (such as F1, SPORT and RACE) is merely indicative of the vehicle's competition-derived technology and does not endorse inappropriate behaviour on the road which does not comply with Traffic Regulations. Most accidents are caused by distraction. The driver must use any on-board information, communication and entertainment systems responsibly, especially when the vehicle is in motion. Examples of information, communication and entertainment systems are the following: satellite navigation systems, traffic information systems (e.g. ITT), media players (e.g. iPod), telephones with Bluetooth connectivity, etc. (whether merely audio-based or with display). It is important to bear in mind that on-board systems may be distracting when driving since they may take a driver's attention away from the road for several seconds. Aftermarket video entertainment systems for the passenger (e.g. TV) must be installed where they cannot distract the driver while the vehicle is in motion. While the vehicle is in motion, the attention required to use on-board systems must never exceed the high level of attention required to drive safely in accordance with the Traffic Regulations. 3

Therefore, these systems may only be used (separately or in combination with others) by the driver: - in complete safety (stopping the vehicle before use if necessary). Operations that do not involve driving (e.g. changing dashboard functions) must be performed in maximum safety when the vehicle is stationary; - putting road safety first; for example, under conditions of poor or limited visibility, looking at a display with active programmes can be distracting even if you take your eye off the road only for a split second; - ensuring, if the previous vehicle owner has installed systems on the vehicle that are NOT APPROVED by Ferrari (car tuning), that they are fully compatible with the original vehicle equipment. If the vehicle owner has installed one or more new systems, either fixed or removable, on the vehicle, make sure that these - have the necessary certification; - are fully compatible with the original vehicle equipment (i.e. they do not interfere with it); - are fitted by skilled staff. The Ferrari Technical Service Department and Ferrari Dealers and Authorised Service Centres can provide all the infor- mation needed to ensure that they are compatible. Strict priority criteria must be observed when driving a vehicle: you must not therefore take your attention and eye off the road. In some countries, the use of entertainment/information systems is prohibited on vehicles when driving. The driver is responsible for use of these entertainment/information systems with video screens if they are prohibited in the country where the vehicle will be driven. These considerations are not exhaustive, but only refer to some general issues that will be specifically dealt with in this Owner's Manual. 4

Introduction Due to the high power generated The Ferrari Sales and Service The Ferrari warranty is voided if by the engine, we recommend that Network will provide you with all the Original Ferrari Spare Parts are the vehicle is used by experienced information on any updates. NOT used for repairs. drivers only. All specifications and illustrations contained in this manual refer to those Introduction resulting as of the printing date. Service The aim of this Owner’s Manual is to The information in this manual is nec- help you get the best value from your Spare parts essary for the use and proper care of vehicle and to provide information on the vehicle. In addition, Customers will When replacing parts or topping routine maintenance: we advise you to get maximum satisfaction and results up with lubricants and fluids, we read it carefully before setting out. The from the vehicle if they carefully follow recommend that you use original spare Owner's Manual should be considered the instructions contained in it. parts and the lubricants and fluids an integral part of the vehicle and must recommended by Ferrari. We recommend that you have all the therefore always be kept on board. checks and services performed at Using the vehicle in a way that does Ferrari Authorised Workshops since Warranty Booklet they have highly skilled staff and the NOT comply with the Owner's Manual not only exonerates Ferrari of any Each new vehicle comes equipped with necessary equipment. responsibility but also puts the person a “Warranty Booklet”. Please refer to the “Sales and Service at great risk. This contains the vehicle’s warranty Organisation” manual for information validity conditions. on the location of the Ferrari Updating This warranty does not affect the Dealers and Authorised Service buyer's statutory rights as a consumer, Centres. The high quality level of the vehicle which derive from binding legal norms The Ferrari Technical Service is subject to constant technological in his or her favour, in the various Department is at your complete improvements. Therefore, there may be states or countries or from European disposal for any information and differences between this manual and Union regulations, towards the Dealer. advice. If you have any doubts about your vehicle. The Warranty Booklet also contains the the information provided in this routine maintenance indicated in the manual or how to use or operate the “Maintenance Schedule”. vehicle, please contact the Ferrari Service Network. 5

Consulting the Manual 6. Glossary Within the various sections, special atten- To facilitate reading the manual, the top- tion must be paid to the parts marked as Explains the main technical concepts. follows: ics have been divided into sections and chapters. 7. Table of Contents Extreme caution required: To further facilitate consultation, each sec- Allows you to quickly identify and locate Failure to comply with the instruc- tion is identified by a specific colour: the information required. tions could cause hazardous situa- tions involving personal and vehicle 1. General safety! Provides general information about your vehicle. Important note: Warning aimed at preventing any dam- 2. Safety age to the vehicle and consequently Describes the main safety systems in the hazards involving personal safety. vehicle. Warning for environmental protection: 3. About your Vehicle useful advice for protection of the Provides all necessary information for use environment. of the vehicle. 4. Advice for Emergency Situations Provides useful advice for solving prob- lems that may occur. 5. Care of the Vehicle Provides advice for cleaning, care and routine maintenance of your vehicle. 6

Introduction Abbreviations/Acronyms TFT Even though the system can be used Thin Film Transistor in “AUTO” mode, it should not be Some descriptions and terms with par- Display in instrument panel considered an automatic gearbox. ticular meanings are to be found in this manual in an abbreviated form: Hence, for proper use always follow For an overview of the abbreviations the instructions given in this manual. A.C. contained in this manual, please see the This new F1 gearbox generation reduces Air Conditioning Glossary. overall gearshifting times. Using the elas- ABS tic power of the transmission devices and F1-SuperFast 2 gearbox the integrated electronic management of Anti Blockier System engine and gearbox, the F1-SuperFast 2 Anti-lock braking system The vehicle is equipped with an elec- system enhances vehicle performance. tronically-controlled gearbox system ASR The different gearshifting stages (torque which uses steering wheel-mounted Antriebs Schlupf Regelung reduction and clutch disengagement, paddles. Anti-skid regulation during acceleration gear disengagement and engagement and The default setting for the F1 gearbox subsequent clutch re-engagement) are ECU is always “AUTO” mode. actuated in sequence. Electronic Control Unit Every time the vehicle is started, the This results in extremely fast gearshifting, F1 gearbox is in “Auto easy exit” mode which drops down to 60 ms (measured as F1 unless the vehicle was in “Automatic” “acceleration gap”). mode when the engine was turned off. Formula 1 Electronically-controlled gearbox, de- To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode use signed with the same technology as used one of the two UP and DOWN pad- in the racing sector dles (while the vehicle is moving) or press the AUTO button on the centre F1-Trac console. Traction control derived from the tech- nologies used in the racing sector 7

Environmental protection We therefore advise you to respect the service due dates indicated in the The following chapter contains “Maintenance Schedule”. useful advice for environmental protection. Driving style - Do not accelerate during the starting Ferrari has designed and constructed a procedure. vehicle using technologies, materials and - Do not warm up the engine when the devices capable of reducing the harmful vehicle is stationary. impact on the environment to a minimum. - Drive carefully and keep a safe distance If you use your vehicle with respect for that is appropriate to the driving speed. the environment, you too will contribute towards environmental protection. - Avoid sudden and frequent acceleration or braking. Fuel consumption as well as engine, gear- box, brake and tyre wear mainly depend - Turn off the engine if the vehicle is kept on two factors: stationary for long periods of time. - use of the vehicle - Shift gears using only 2/3 of the speed permitted for each gear. - driving style. - Use the air conditioning in moderation. Both factors are influenced by the driver. The vehicle is equipped with exhaust Use of the vehicle gas control and monitoring systems - Avoid using the vehicle for short trips. which must always be kept in per- - Check that the tyre pressure is correct. fect working order and controlled regularly. - Check the fuel consumption. - Proper periodic maintenance will contribute to preserving your vehicle in full working order and to protecting the environment. 8

Introduction End-of-life vehicle collection For further information, visit www.ferrari. com. service (only applicable for EU To dispose of a Ferrari end-of-life vehi- member states) cle, the vehicle must be: For many years, Ferrari has been globally - complete, containing the essential committed to respecting and protecting components including engine, the environment by constantly improving transmission, bodywork, ECUs and its manufacturing processes and develop- catalytic converter; ing increasingly eco-compatible products. - free from additional waste. End-of-life vehicles regulations, in ac- Ferrari is committed to expanding its cordance with the provisions of the EU network and consequently improving the Directive 2000/53/EC, stipulate that service it provides and wishes to thank producers (vehicle manufacturers and you for taking part in this environmental professional importers) must take back challenge. end-of-life vehicle that they put on the market and ensure that they are disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner. Therefore, to dispose of your end-of-life vehicle at no additional cost (with the exception of a de-registration fee and any transport costs), contact your nearest Ferrari dealer who is responsible for taking the vehicle to one of the authorised collection and disposal centres which have all been selected to guarantee a service that meets quality standards for the collection, treatment and recovery of recyclable materials without harming the environment. 9

1. General 2. Safety 3. About your Vehicle 4. Advice for Emergency Situations 5. Care of the Vehicle 6. Glossary 7. Table of Contents

Vehicle keys Alarm system Identification plates and labels Dimensions and weights Main engine specifications Transmission ratios Performance Consumption and CO2 emissions Wheel rims and tyres Electrical system Refilling

Vehicle keys Key codes Alarm system The vehicle is delivered with two identical A CODE CARD is supplied with the keys. The FERRARI CODE system keys that can be used for: This card shows the following: The vehicle is equipped with an electronic - central door locking; - the electronic code to be used for immobiliser system (Ferrari CODE) “emergency starting” which is automatically activated when the - starting the vehicle; - the mechanical code for the keys, to be ignition key is removed. - activating/deactivating the alarm system; given to the Ferrari Service Network The keys are equipped with an electronic - opening the luggage compartment lid. if you request duplicates of the keys. device which transmits a coded signal to the Ferrari CODE ECU. Once this ECU The code numbers on the CODE has recognised the signal, it allows start- CARD must always be kept in a safe ing the engine. and protected place, not accessible to others. Operation We remind you that the emer- Each time the ignition key is removed, gency start procedure can only be the protection system activates the engine performed using the electronic code immobiliser. found on the CODE CARD. - When starting the engine, press the ENGINE START button on the steering In the event of a change of owner- wheel: If the keys are lost or stolen, you ship, it is essential that the new vehicle can request a duplicate from owner is provided with all the keys and Ferrari Service Network (see the with the CODE CARD. “Duplicating the keys” section on page 13). 12

General 1) If the code is recognised, the CODE to II; if the engine immobiliser is still ing the ignition key to position 0, then 1 warning light A on the instrument not deactivated, try with the other key turn the key back to position II. The panel turns off within one second, provided. CODE warning light A will turn on 2 while the EOBD warning light B turns and should go off within one second. off after about four seconds, once the If you are still unable to start the If the warning light stays on, repeat ECU has completed its diagnostic cy- engine, use the emergency starting the procedure described previously cle. In these conditions, the protection procedure (see page 14) and contact leaving the key at 0 for more than system has recognised the key code the Ferrari Service Network. 30 seconds. and deactivated the immobiliser. B If the problem persists, please contact the Ferrari Service Network. 3 A 2) If the CODE warning light A flashes, it means that the vehicle is not protected by the immobiliser. Contact the Ferrari Service 4 Network immediately to have all the keys stored in the system memory. Each key supplied has its own spe- cific code which must be stored in the memory of the system ECU. 5 Duplicating the keys 6 2) If the CODE warning light A remains - While driving, with the ignition key in If you request additional keys, provided on and the EOBD warning light B position II: that the conditions to satisfy your request does not turn off after the ECU has 1) If the CODE A warning light turns on, are met, remember that the codes must be completed its diagnostic cycle, it means it means that the system is perform- stored (up to a maximum of 8 keys) on all that the code has not been recognised. ing a self-diagnostic cycle. At the first the keys. If this occurs, it is advisable to turn the opportunity, you can stop and test the key back to position 0 and then back system: switch off the engine by turn- 7 13

Contact the Ferrari Service Network di- 6) Follow the same procedure for the We recommend you read the whole rectly and bring the following with you: remaining digits in the code on the procedure carefully before perform- - all the keys in your possession; CODE CARD. ing it. - the CODE CARD for the Ferrari 7) When the last digit has been entered, If you make a mistake during the emer- hold the accelerator pedal pressed CODE system; gency procedure, turn the key to position 0 down. The EOBD warning light comes - a personal identity document; and repeat the operation from point 1. on for 4 seconds and then goes off. - the documents proving ownership of the 1) Read the 5-digit electronic code found You can now release the accelerator vehicle; on the CODE CARD. pedal. - a report of loss of keys made to the 2) Turn the key to position II: at this 8) A quick flashing of the EOBD warning relevant authorities. point, the CODE and EOBD warning light (about 4 seconds) confirms that The codes of the keys that are not lights are on. the operation has been successful. available when the new memorisation 3) Fully depress and hold the accelerator 9) Start the engine. procedure is performed will be deleted pedal. Approximately 8 seconds later, If the EOBD warning light remains on, from the memory, in order to prevent that the EOBD warning light will go off. turn the key to 0 and repeat the proce- any lost or stolen keys are used to start Release the accelerator pedal and get dure from step 1. the vehicle. ready to count the number of times This procedure can be repeated an unlim- the EOBD warning light flashes. Emergency starting ited number of times. 4) As soon as the number of flashes is If the Ferrari CODE is unable to deacti- equal to the first digit of your CODE After an emergency starting procedure, vate the immobiliser: CARD, depress the accelerator pedal it is advisable to contact the Ferrari - the CODE warning light remains perma- and hold it until the EOBD warning Service Network to solve the prob- nently on light goes off, after remaining on for lem. Otherwise, you will have to per- approximately 4 seconds. Release the - the EOBD warning light goes off after form the emergency starting procedure accelerator pedal. four seconds and comes back on im- every time the engine is started. mediately afterwards 5) The EOBD warning light starts flash- ing again. As soon as the number of - the engine does not start. flashes is equal to the second digit on In this condition, the engine can only be your CODE CARD, depress the ac- started with the emergency procedure. celerator pedal and hold it down; 14

General Replacing remote control batteries Activation 1 � � To activate the alarm system, press If the respective function is not activated when one of the three buttons on the key button F on the key: is pressed, replace the remote control batteries after first checking that the alarm system functions are working with the - the turn indicators flash once; - the system beeps; 2 other remote control. - the red LED on the dashboard flashes; Replace the remote control batteries as - the central door locking system is acti- vated and the doors are locked. follows: - lever open the key cover C with a small screwdriver at the position indicated by Do not use sharp implements to open The system activates after approximately 25 seconds. 3 the arrow; the key cover and take the utmost care not to damage the remote control. � 4 Electronic alarm The electronic alarm system performs the following functions: � - remote control for central door locking/ unlocking; � 5 - perimeter surveillance, detecting if doors - remove the two batteries D pushing them and lids are open; in the direction indicated by the arrow to - motion surveillance, detecting intrusion release them from the retainer cover E; - fit a new battery of the same type, in the passenger compartment; - vehicle movement surveillance. 6 respecting the polarity as indicated; - close the key cover C. 7 15

To open the vehicle if the remote control If the turn indicators flash 9 times battery is flat, insert the key into one of when the alarm system is activated the two door locks and turn it to release with doors, rear and front lids properly the lock; the alarm siren will start to closed, it means that the self-diagnostic sound. feature has detected a malfunction in the system. Contact the Ferrari Start the vehicle following the standard Service Network to have the system procedures. The alarm siren will deacti- checked. vate. Deactivation When the electronic alarm is activated, the To deactivate the alarm system press but- user may request opening of the luggage ton G on the key: compartment; in this case, the motion and - the turn indicators flash twice; anti-lift sensors are temporarily deactivated. - the system beeps twice; If the luggage compartment is then closed, the sensors will be reactivated. - the red LED on the dashboard goes out; If the turn indicators and the red LED - the dome lights and the lights under the on the dashboard flash 9 times when doors turn on; H you activate the alarm system, it means - the central door locking system is deac- that one of the doors or the front/rear tivated and the doors are unlocked. lid is open or not closed properly and is Pressing button G twice unlocks the doors therefore not protected by the perimeter and also turns on the low beams for 30 surveillance. If this is the case, check that seconds. the doors and front/rear lids are closed The alarm system has been deactivated Deactivating the anti-lift alarm properly and close any door or lid that is and you can now get into the vehicle and Press button H on the centre console to open without deactivating the alarm sys- start the engine. deactivate the anti-lift alarm system. When tem: the turn indicators will flash once to indicate that the door or the front/rear lid this function is deactivated, the LED on is now closed properly and is protected by the button will flash for about 3 seconds the perimeter surveillance. and will then turn off. 16

General Alarm memory Satellite alarm system (optional) 1 If the CODE symbol (see page 85) ap- On request, the vehicle can be fitted with pears on the TFT display for 10 seconds a satellite alarm system. If the vehicle is when the vehicle is started after system diagnosis together with the message “Break-in attempted”, this means that an equipped with a satellite alarm sys- tem, please refer to the booklet “Quick 2 Reference Nav Trak satellite alarm intrusion has been attempted and has system”, enclosed with the vehicle docu- activated the alarm. ments, for further information. The alarm system memory is reset by turning the ignition key. 3 4 5 6 7 17

Identification and homologation plates and labels A Assembly number B Low-beam homologation C ECE homologation D Unleaded fuel Q E Original paintwork O P F Oil check M G High voltage N U D H Engine oil label H E V F I I Tyre pressure and type L C T S G L Radiator with antifreeze R M Vehicle identification A N Warning label prohibiting child seat installation B O Passenger airbag deactivation P Passenger airbag warning Q Battery master switch R Engine type and number S TPMS present warning T Gearbox type and number U Airbag maintenance V Chassis number 18

General A Assembly number C ECE homologation E Original paintwork 1 F Oil check 2 � � 3 B Low-beam homologation D Unleaded fuel G High voltage 4 5 6 7 19

H Engine oil label L Radiator with antifreeze N Warning label prohibiting child seat installation A87 A87 8 bar 8 1.4 bar 1.4 I Tyre pressure and type M Vehicle identification O Passenger airbag deactivation 20

General P Passenger airbag warning R Engine type and number T Gearbox type and number 1 2 3 Q Battery master switch S TPMS present warning U Airbag maintenance 4 5 6 7 21

V Chassis number 22

General 1 Dimensions and weights Wheelbase 2750 mm (108.3 in) Max. length Max. width 4700 mm (185 in) 1962 mm (77.2 in) 2 Max. height 1300 mm (51.2 in) Front track 1680 mm (66.1 in) Rear track Kerb weight 1640 mm (64.6 in) 1705 kg (3758.9 lb) * 1680 1640 3 1962 * considering the most favourable Optional combination 4 1300 5 2750 4700 6 7 23

Main engine specifications Transmission ratios Type F140CE Gear ratios Differential bevel Number of cylinders 12 gear pair ratio Cylinder bore 92 mm 1 41 / 13 = 3.15 (3.6 in) 2 37 / 17 = 2.18 Piston stroke 75.2 mm 3 36 / 23 = 1.57 4.44 (2.96 in) 4 32 / 27 = 1.19 (9 / 40) Total displacement 5999 cm3 5 29 / 31 = 0.94 Compression ratio 11.89:1 6 25 / 33 = 0.76 Maximum RPM 8250 RPM R 41 / 14 = 2.93 RPM limiter 8400 RPM Max. power 493 kW (Directive 1999/99/EC) (670 HP) Corresponding RPM 8250 RPM Max. torque 620 Nm (Directive 1999/99/EC) Corresponding RPM 6500 RPM Performance 0 - 100 km/h 0 - 200 km/h Max. speed 3.6 s 10.6 s 325 km/h 24

General 1 Consumption and Electrical system CO2 emissions Supply voltage Alternator Dir. 1999/100/EC City cycle l/100 km 26.5 g/km 619 12 V Battery Nippondenso 150 A Starter motor 2 Motorway 12.5 292 Fiamm 12V, 74 AH, 440 A Nippondenso Combined cycle 17.5 411 3 Wheel rims and tyres Wheel rims Front 8.5” J x 20” Rear 11” J x 20” Spare wheel 4.5” J x 20” 4 Ferrari-approved tyres Front Rear Spare wheel Front Inflation pressure (cold) Rear Spare wheel 5 Pirelli P Zero 245/35 ZR20 305/35 ZR20 145/60 ZR20 2.2 bar 2.0 bar 4.2 bar 6 7 25

Recommended lubricants and fluids Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page Engine Total system capacity 13.5 l HELIX ULTRA RACING 10W-60 169 Oil level between Min. and Max. 1.5 l Oil consumption 0.5 - 1 l/1,000 km Gearbox and differential 4.7 l TF 1055 170 F1 gearbox system 1l DONAX TX 170 Braking system 1.5 l DONAX UB BRAKE FLUID 171 DOT4 Ultra Cooling circuit 19 l GLYCOSHELL LONGLIFE 170 CONCENTRATE at 50% Hydraulic power steering system 1l PENTOSIN CHF 11S 171 Steering box 100 g Fuel tank 105 l Unleaded fuel 95 RON 56 Reserve 20 l Air conditioning and heating system - Compressor 165 cc PAG ISO 46 Coolant 750 ± 50 g DELPHI RL 488 “R 134 A” Windscreen washer/headlight washer fluid tank 6.5 l Mixture of water and glass cleaner 172 26

1. General 2. Safety 3. About your Vehicle 4. Advice for Emergency Situations 5. Care of the Vehicle 6. Glossary 7. Table of Contents

Seat belts Pretensioners Child safety Airbag Side airbags ABS CST F1-Trac Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system

Ferrari has designed and built a high • Moving parts of the vehicle such as Lubricants performance vehicle. belts, fans, etc. They must always be • The oils used may also be flam- In order to take advantage of the safety adequately protected. Do not remove the mable: take the same precautions systems described below, it is essential to guards or operate on the moving parts as those adopted for fuel. comply with the indicated regulations. without taking due precautions. • Pressurised systems such as the braking Flammable fluids Special recommendations system, air conditioning system, cool- • The fluid in the battery is poison- ing system and lubrication system may ous and corrosive. Do not let it spill This vehicle has been built to comply with generate pressure inside them. Do not out and come into contact with the homologation regulations that also con- perform any operation which may cause skin, eyes or objects. Do not use cern safety and environmental protection. gas or liquids to spill out with the risk of naked flames or create sparks near These high technological standards must injury to persons and damage to things. the battery. always be accompanied by careful and cautious driving. Emissions Particular attention must be paid to: • The exhaust gas generated by the running engine may be hazardous, • Overheated components. High tempera- especially when in closed spaces. tures develop in the engine compart- As well as consuming oxygen, the ment near the exhaust system. Do not engine discharges carbon dioxide, park the vehicle on paper, grass, dry carbon oxide and other toxic gases. leaves or other flammable materials. They could catch fire if they come into • Fuel is highly inflammable and contact with hot parts of the exhaust sys- emits vapours which may be nox- tem. Do not fit other heat shields or re- ious if inhaled. move those fitted on the exhaust system. Do not use naked flames or create Do not let flammable substances come sparks near the open fuel tank or into contact with the exhaust system. in any other condition where fuel comes into contact with air. 30

Safety The vehicle seat belts are automatic, with Each seat belt has been designed to 1 Seat belts three fastening points and an emergency protect only one occupant. If more Statistics show that when used correctly, inertia locking device on the winding unit, than one person uses the same seat seat belts reduce the risk of injury in vari- 2 equipped with pretensioner. belt, the risk of injury in the event of ous types of crashes including the risk of an accident is increased. For an effective restraining action, ejection from the vehicle and impact with the seat belt must be fastened cor- The seat belt must never be passed the interior of the vehicle. rectly with the seat backrest in the around a baby, child or other person If not unfastened, the seat belts do not upright position. sitting on a passenger's lap. provide any type of protection. Before every trip, always make sure that all oc- cupants are wearing their seat belts. The seat belt is fastened correctly when the upper part of the belt crosses the centre of the shoulder Do not sit babies, small children or other persons on your lap. If there is a collision, the weight of 3 Seat belts must be worn at all times (not the neck) and the abdominal an adult may cause the child to be and must be properly fastened and section is fitted over the hips (not crushed by the seat belt causing adjusted! the abdomen). severe or even fatal injuries. Correct use of the seat belts can re- duce the risk of serious injury in the Make sure it is not twisted and that it passes closely over your body; if Do not attach or pin anything onto the seat belts: they may get damaged 4 event of an accident or if the vehicle not, in the event of a head-on colli- and consequently break in the event overturns. sion, it may move and cause injury to of a collision. the abdomen. 5 If a seat belt has come into contact Avoid wearing bulky clothing that with cutting edges or was somehow may interfere with the proper opera- perforated, we recommend you tion of the seat belts. have it immediately replaced by the Do not let the seat belts come into Ferrari Service Network contact with cutting edges. They may get damaged and consequently break in the event of a collision. 6 7 31

Periodically check the condition of Fastening the seat belts - Make sure that it has clicked into place. the seat belts. If the belt shows signs - Position the seat belt correctly. Do not of wear, it must be checked by a Once you have adjusted the seat correctly (see page 121): use objects (e.g. spring clips, locks, etc.) qualified person and replaced if nec- that keep the seat belt away from your essary. Contact the Ferrari Service - Grip belt latch B, slowly pull the belt body. Network immediately. and insert the latch plate into buckle C. To position the seat belt correctly, If the belt blocks when pulled, allow the make sure that it passes through the belt to rewind slightly and then pull it seat belt loop A, as shown in the out again without jerking it. figure. A B C Do not allow children to be held on a passenger’s lap using only one seat belt for both of them. 32

Safety Unfastening the seat belts 1 - Push the release button E. - Accompany the belt latch B back to its rest position. 2 D 3 B E 4 If the driver side belt is not fastened, the warning light D comes on when the igni- tion key is turned to II. 5 6 7 33

Pretensioners Pretensioners that have been acti- • Periodically check that the screws on the vated will no longer function and anchor points are tight and that the seat The pretensioner is activated by the must not be repaired under any belt is in perfect condition and slides airbag ECU when there is a sufficiently circumstances. Contact the Ferrari smoothly. severe head-on collision (impact direction Service Network for replacement. • The seat belt must be kept clean; the between 11 and 1 o'clock p.m.) or a suf- When a pretensioner is activated, a small presence of any dirt could prevent the ficiently severe side collision. The belt will amount of smoke is released. This smoke seat belt retractor from working prop- rewind a few centimetres just before the is not harmful. erly. restraining action begins, thereby improv- ing the fitting across the occupant's body. Activation of the pretensioners only • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand depends on the status of the seat with mild soap and water and let it dry. Activation of a pretensioner is signalled by belts and is not affected by the oc- Do not use strong detergents, bleach or the illumination of the warning light A on cupants' presence. aggressive solvents, as they can weaken the instrument panel. the fibres. If the seat belt is not fastened, the Make sure the retractors do not get wet: 00:20AM 010 pretensioner will not activate, even if proper operating is only ensured if they the seat is occupied. A are kept dry. 100 The seat belts are fitted with a load limit- • The pretensioner requires no mainte- °C ing device. The load limiting device is nance or lubrication. located in the belt retractor and allows If immersed in water or mud, it must be controlled release of the belt during a col- 60 140lision thereby limiting the impact that the replaced. belt has on the occupant's body. • Pretensioners must be replaced at regular intervals as indicated in the Care of the seat belts and “Warranty Booklet”. pretensioners All work on any part of this safety sys- 0 1/2 • Following a serious collision, replace the tem must be performed by the Ferrari seat belts that were worn at the time Service Network. even if they do not appear to be dam- aged. 34

Safety Removing or making modifications - The seat belts in the vehicle have been 1 Do not tamper with the seat belts or of any kind to the seat belts, belt designed and tested to protect persons child restraint systems. retractors and pretensioners is not weighing at least 36 Kg and taller than 2 allowed. Children may only travel in a rear- 1.50 m. Maintenance work involving strong facing child seat on the passenger - To properly protect children outside impacts, vibrations or heating of seat if the vehicle has a “passenger these limits, specific restraint systems the pretensioner area may activate airbag deactivation kit” (optional) with dedicated belts or accessories the pretensioner; vibrations caused and when the passenger-side airbag capable of adapting the child’s position by bumpy roads will not have this is deactivated. to the vehicle seat belts must be fitted. effect. Because of their size, children are at Follow the instructions that the 3 Child safety greater risk than adults. Suitable restraint Manufacturer of the devices is required or safety systems must be used. to supply when installing and using the Do not install rear-facing child seats child restraint systems. All minors whose physical characteristics 4 on the front passenger seat if the (i.e. height, weight) fall within the legal airbag is enabled since this may On some vehicle models, the passenger- limits in force in each country must be cause serious injury to the child if side seat belt is equipped with a special protected by approved restraint or safety the airbag is deployed. retractor, which helps fastening the child systems (e.g. child seats, cradles, cush- Established legislation in some coun- ions). seat properly. To install the child seat, tries already provides that children pull out the seat belt completely. The belt under 12 years of age may not travel in the front passenger seat. In any case, you are advised to always use homologated child restraint systems bear- ing the proper test marking. retractor will only allow the seat belt to rewind and it will not be possible to pull 5 it out afterwards. Check that the seat belt Child seats may only be installed Incorrect fastening of a child re- locking system is active by trying to pull with the seat fully lowered and straint system increases the risk of the belt out, without forcing it. If the sys- pushed backward. injury to the child in the event of a collision. tem is active, this will not be possible. To deactivate the system, release the seat belt 6 in order to allow it to rewind completely. 7 35

The sticker B prohibits installing a child side of the dashboard. The switch is ac- seat facing rearwards on the front pas- cessible only when the door is open. senger seat. The key switch has two positions: If you need to carry a child on ��� - passenger airbag active: (position ON) the front passenger seat, always warning light D on the instrument panel � deactivate the passenger-side airbag off; using the “passenger airbag deactiva- - passenger airbag deactivated: (position tion kit” (optional), on the vehicles OFF) warning light D on the instrument equipped with this device, before panel on. installing the child seat. The warning light D will be permanently on, until the passenger-side airbag is �� reactivated. � When the door is open, the key can be � inserted or removed in both positions. Always reactivate the passenger-side airbag after carrying a child. If adults travel in the front seat when the passenger-side airbag is deacti- vated, this increases the risk of injury in the event of an accident. D Never carry a child on an adult's lap. During a collision, the adult's weight may crush the child against the seat belt or against the dashboard. The airbag is deactivated using the switch C - which is operated by means of the specific key - located on the right-hand 36

Safety Do not use the vehicle to carry new- Warning light C comes on when the 1 Driver and passenger airbags born babies. The high performance ignition key is turned to position and, in particular, powerful accelera- Front airbags are not a substitute for II. If no malfunctions are detected, seat belts but they increase their ef- 2 tion of the vehicle may be harmful to the warning light goes out after small children. ficiency. Correct use of the seat belts approximately 4 seconds. If the in combination with the airbag offers warning light does not come on, if Drive carefully and at moderate maximum protection in the event of it remains on or if it comes on while speed if you are carrying children. a collision. driving, contact the Ferrari Service Sharp accelerations and sports-style driving may be dangerous for chil- Network immediately. 00:20AM 0103 Front airbag system components dren, even if no collision occurs. The front airbag system consists of two instantly inflatable cushions, one on the driver side, in the centre of the steering C wheel A and the other on the passenger 100 side, inside the dashboard B. °C 4 60 140 B 5 0 1/2 ENGINE START G AIRBA LUN CH R AUT O 6 A 12 V 7 37

The front airbags do not provide The front passenger must be seated The driver and passenger should not protection in the event of side-on correctly and must avoid putting carry objects (drink cans or bottles, collisions, some head-on/angular hands, feet or legs on the dashboard pipes, etc.) that may cause injury if collisions, roll-overs or subsequent since if the front airbag is activated, the airbags are activated. collisions (if there is a second col- it may cause injury to legs and Persons, animals or items must not lision once the airbags have been prevent the airbag from working be placed between the airbags and deployed in an earlier collision). The properly. the occupant. seat belts have been designed to When the system is activated, gases reduce the risk of injury in the event Operation are released in the form of fumes, of a roll-over or subsequent collision. The front airbags are controlled by an together with the gas used for inflat- The front airbags have been de- ing the airbags. These gases are not signed not to inflate if a minor colli- ECU which activates them when there is a sufficiently severe head-on collision harmful. sion occurs. The seat belts have been designed to reduce the risk of injury (direction of impact between 11 and The driver and passenger must al- if a minor collision occurs. 1 o'clock p.m.). ways fasten their seat belts and sit in an upright position, as far as possible The driver and the passenger must In the event of a collision with an impact away from the airbag, in order to maintain a distance of at least 25 cm force that causes deceleration that exceeds have optimal protection in all types (10 in) from the steering wheel and the value set for the internal sensor, the of collision. the dashboard. ECU will transmit a signal to deploy the Always keep the backrest of your Always drive with your hands on airbags. The airbags will begin to inflate, seat in the upright position and sit the rim of the steering wheel so that breaking the cover along the breakage with your back properly resting if activated, the airbag can deploy line and will deploy completely in a few against it. without obstruction. tenths of milliseconds. Once deployed, Driving with your hands on the they offer protection between the driver Do not modify the system components steering wheel spokes or on the and/or passenger and structures that or wiring, under any circumstances. airbag cover increases the risk of could cause injury. injuring your wrists and arms if the The airbags deflate immediately after- airbag is activated. wards. 38

Safety With the ignition key inserted and in Do not place items above or near the 1 Do not remove or dismantle parts of position II, although the engine is off, the top of the dashboard and the steer- the steering wheel, dashboard or door airbags can still be activated when the ing wheel. panels; if necessary, this procedure 2 vehicle is stationary if it is hit by a moving If the airbags are deployed, these should only be performed by the vehicle. objects would be propelled into the Ferrari Service Network. Remember that if the ignition key is set passenger compartment at such high to 0 none of the safety devices (airbags or speed as to seriously jeopardise the pretensioners) is activated in the event of safety of the occupants. All the airbag system components a collision; failure of the airbags to inflate must be replaced after an accident that in these circumstances is not indicative of a system malfunction. The airbag modules are subject to wear and tear and must be replaced at the intervals indicated in the caused airbag deployment. 3 “Warranty Booklet” EVEN if the Following an accident not involv- Do not cut or tamper with the connec- ing airbag deployment, contact the vehicle has NOT been involved in a tors of the airbag harness or on the Ferrari Service Network to have collision. airbag modules. Do not cover the steering wheel and Never modify the airbag modules. Do not damage the airbag modules the system checked and any system components that may be damaged or 4 malfunctioning replaced. the padded panel on the dashboard (for example pinning something on the passenger’s side with adhe- onto them or pressing objects The airbag system components have sive tape or treat it in any way. against their covers). been specially designed only for this If, for any reason, an airbag cover gets damaged, have the airbag mod- specific vehicle model. Do not use them on a different vehicle model, 5 ule immediately checked by the as this may cause serious damage Ferrari Service Network. and consequent injury, even fatal, Activation of a damaged module to the occupants in the event of an could cause serious or fatal injuries. accident. 6 7 39

Damaged or defective components of Side airbags the airbag system cannot be repaired and must be replaced. Airbags are not a substitute for seat belts but they increase their effi- Improper operations performed on ciency. Correct use of seat belts, with the system components may cause the supplementary action of the side failures or accidental deployment of airbags, offers maximum protection the airbags with consequent damage � in the event of a collision or vehicle and injury, even fatal. roll-over. To scrap the vehicle, please contact the Ferrari Service Network to Side airbag system components have the airbag system deactivated. The side airbags fitted on the vehicle The labels F and G indicate the presence have not been designed to reduce If the vehicle has been stolen or there of the airbag system. the risk of being thrown out in the has been an attempted theft, have the event of vehicle roll-overs. airbag system checked by the Ferrari Service Network. The vehicle has two side airbags, one in the driver-side door A and the other in the passenger-side door. The label E on the right-hand side of � the dashboard, bears the airbag system expiry date. When this expiry date is approaching, contact the Ferrari � Service Network in order to have the system replaced. 40

Safety 1 AM After deployment, the side airbag will 00:20 010 act as a protection between the driver’s B or passenger’s head and the external � 100 structures which could penetrate the pas- °C senger compartment and cause injury. The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. 2 Side airbag activation is not affected by 60 140the occupant's height or weight. The side bag is activated whenever the airbag ECU detects a collision of a sufficient impact force for deployment. 3 Never drive with your head out of 0 1/2 the window as this places your head and neck in the airbag deployment area. In the event of a side-on colli- sion, this position increases the risk 4 The side airbag system consists of two Operation of being thrown out of the vehicle bags that inflate instantaneously to protect The side airbags are controlled by a and compromises the protective ef- the heads of the occupants in the event of dedicated ECU that activates them when fect of the side airbags. a side collision. When the ignition key is turned a sufficiently severe collision occurs. In the event of a side collision with a Never place an object over or near the airbag covers. 5 to position II, the warning light B force of impact exceeding the limit set by If the airbags are deployed, these will come on. If no malfunctioning the ECU, this will transmit a signal that objects would be propelled into the in the airbag system is detected, it activates the pretensioner and the side passenger compartment at such high will go off after 4 seconds. If the warning light does not come on, if it remains on or if it comes on while airbag on the impact side. The airbag will start inflating, opening its cover along the speed as to seriously jeopardise the safety of the occupants. 6 breaking line, until it is fully deployed (in driving, contact the Ferrari Service a few hundredths of seconds). Network immediately. 7 41

Never modify the airbag modules. After deployment, the airbag com- Do not damage the airbag modules ponents can no longer offer any or trim panels above them (for protection; they cannot therefore example pinning something onto be repaired and must be replaced. them or pressing objects against After activation of a side airbag, have their covers). it replaced by the Ferrari Service If, for any reason, an airbag cover Network. � gets damaged, have the airbag mod- The airbag modules are subject to ule immediately checked by the wear and tear and must be replaced Ferrari Service Network. at the intervals indicated in the Activation of a damaged airbag mod- “Warranty Booklet” EVEN if the vehicle has NOT been involved in a Never remove the door panel. If ule could cause serious injury. collision. required, this operation must be Please consider that the airbag ECU is performed by the Ferrari Service not capable of automatically detecting The label E on the right-hand side of Network. damages involving the airbag covers. the dashboard, bears the airbag system expiry date. When this expiry date Do not cover the upper part of the is approaching, contact the Ferrari driver-door and passenger-door panels Service Network in order to have the with adhesive tape or material and do system replaced. not treat them in any way. 42

Safety These adjustment phases will be repeated The ABS system does NOT exempt 1 ABS in cycles if brakes are applied and ABS the driver from driving carefully and This is a safety device which activates activated until the vehicle comes to a stop responsibly at all times. to prevent wheel locking if the driver 2 or pressure on the pedal decreases. depresses the brake pedal too sharply, The ABS system cannot compensate In addition, the system offers the follow- especially under poor grip conditions. for driving too fast for traffic or road ing advantages: The system is composed of: conditions, worn tyres, worn braking - Driving stability (no skidding): even in system components or driving errors. - electro-hydraulic unit; the event of sharp braking approaching - electronic brake-force distribution EBD; - four speed sensors on the wheels, incor- wheel locking. - Manoeuvrability (no side-skidding on sharp turns). The ABS system has been designed for the sole purpose of assisting the driver in 3 porated in the bearings. controlling braking under extreme condi- These features add to the vehicle’s stand- This means that even when an emergency tions, in which he/she could instinctively ard braking system, without changing its situation requires sudden braking, the cause the wheels to lock. characteristics. When the ABS system is active, during driver can avoid obstacles, or brake on a curve, without affecting the vehicle stability. 4 emergency braking or in poor grip condi- tions, a “pulsing” sensation will be felt ABS system performance remains through the brake pedal. Hold the brake unaltered as long as the speed limit pedal pressed to continue the braking action. for the tyre side grip is not exceed- ed. If this limit is exceeded, vehicle skidding cannot be avoided. 5 When one of the wheels starts locking, the hydraulic control unit controls the braking - Optimal braking distance: circuit by running a 3-phase cycle: depending on the type of road surface, - Reduction (if necessary) - Maintenance the braking distance may be reduced by as much as 40%. 6 - Pressure increase in the hydraulic circuit. 7 43

CST - Level 3: (Manettino set to RACE) F1-Trac enhances the racing features of the CST is Ferrari 's acronym for Stability vehicle by reducing engine control to a F1-Trac is a traction control system that and Traction Control. The CST is com- minimum and maximising brake control. derives directly from Ferrari's expertise posed of two main systems: This mode is designed to ensure stabil- in F1 vehicles. VDC Vehicle Dynamics Control, ity on the race track in high grip condi- F1-Trac is faster and more accurate than using the braking system tions only. traditional control systems and is capable F1-Trac traction control, performed - Level 4: (Manettino set to CST OFF) of delaying and minimising engine torque through engine torque CST off. Stability is NOT guaranteed, adjustments as required in order to en- modulation, depending on but all the other auxiliary systems such sure the desired trajectory. maximum grip on the road as the ABS and EBD remain active. The system estimates the maximum and secondary systems that are always During braking, the VDC system re- available grip in advance by continuously active such as the ABS and EBD. mains active. monitoring the relative wheel speed and To provide optimal control in different using an auto-adaptive operating logic. driving and grip conditions, four different Comparing this information with the vehi- settings have been developed: cle dynamics model stored in the control system, F1-Trac optimises the vehicle - Level 1: (Manettino set to ICE or Low- behaviour by controlling engine torque grip) ensures stability and maximises delivery. traction on every type of road surface, both in low and very low grip condi- F1-Trac does not work when the tions, by means of engine and brake Manettino is set to CST OFF driving control (in this condition, the standard mode. ASR system is activated instead of the F1-Trac function). - Level 2: (Manettino set to SPORT) ensures stability and maximises traction only in medium- to high-grip conditions by optimising engine and brake control. 44

Safety The system calibration button is posi- 1 Tyre pressure and temperature tioned on the dashboard to the right of 00:20AM 010°C monitoring system - TPMS the steering wheel (see page 93). °C 000 000 °C 2 bar 2,2 2,2 bar The vehicle is equipped with a system that measures the tyre pressure and tempera- After tyre replacement or inflation, the bar 2,2 2,2 bar ture using special sensors fitted inside the system must be calibrated using the °C 000 000 °C wheel rims next to the air valve. These relative button. A sensors transmit a signal that is received Km Km/h by the antennas on the car body, behind The TPMS warns the driver that 216 000 1 3 0 1/2 1 the tyre pressure has decreased. the gravel guards, that are connected to However, this does NOT exempt the the ECU. driver from periodically checking If an event occurs that needs to be The system can momentarily experi- that the tyres are inflated to the displayed as a symbol and/or special ence radio-electric interference emitted indicated pressure. message when the TYRES screen page 4 by devices using similar frequencies. In addition, the system does NOT is displayed (for example, malfunctions warn the driver of damage to the with priority levels 1/2, see page 80), The ECU processes this information tyres by external agents. the page is minimised as in the following and transmits data on tyre pressure and example 2 for a period lasting the entire Viewing messages on the TFT display display cycle. temperature and any system errors to the By pressing the DISP button or using the 5 instrument panel. Menu function, the driver can access the The signal transmitted by the ECU TYRES information screen page, which 00:20AM 010°C activates symbols on the TFT display with shows the pressure and temperature val- Warning: °C 000 000 °C two priority levels: a soft warning (SW) if danger of ice bar 2,2 2,2 bar ues for each tyre, as shown in example 1. the pressure loss is 0.2 bar more than the bar 2,2 2,2 bar rated pressure and a hard warning (HW) 6 °C 000 000 °C The system is not monitoring the if it is 0.4 bar more or there is a dynamic temperature. There are no messages decrease of over 0.2 bar/min. concerning temperature on the TFT Km Km/h display. 0 1/2 1 216 000 2 7 45

When the display cycle ends, the TYRES If the failure persists, the screen page screen page is displayed again and the 00:20AM 010°C shown above (example 3 or 4) will be malfunction symbol is minimised in the Check tyre °C 000 000 °C automatically displayed for 20 seconds the pressure bar 1,2 1,2 bar specific area A (example 1), until the next time the engine is started. malfunction is corrected. bar 2,2 2,2 bar °C 000 000 °C Occasionally, the system may not detect Low pressure which wheel signals a failure. If this is the Km Km/h Regardless of the type of screen page on case, then only the message “Check tyre the TFT display, when the instrument 0 1/2 1 216 000 4 pressure” will be displayed as shown in panel receives the signal from the tyre example 6. pressure ECU that the pressure level of The screen page is displayed for 20 sec- one or more tyres is below the alarm onds and then the screen page that was 00:20AM 010°C threshold, the screen page shown in previously displayed reappears. If the 100 example 3 (for a warning related to only TYRES screen page was already dis- Check tyre pressure °C one tyre) or example 4 (for a warning played, the TFT display appears as in the 60 140 related to several tyres) appears immedi- following example 5 (minimised symbol) 110 °C ately. when the display cycle ends. 50 170 Km Km/h 00:20AM 010°C 0 1/2 1 216 000 6 Check tyre °C 000 000 °C 00:20AM 010°C pressure bar 2,2 1,2 bar °C 000 000 °C bar 1,2 1,2 bar Once the display time has elapsed, the bar 2,2 °C 000 2,2 bar 000 °C screen page disappears. bar 2,2 2,2 bar °C 000 000 °C The TYRES screen page cannot be re- Km Km/h called by the driver. 0 1/2 1 216 000 3 Km Km/h Also in this case, the next time the engine 0 1/2 1 216 000 5 is started, the screen page will be dis- played again if the pressure fault persists. The symbol will then be minimised in area A until the situation has been cor- 46

Safety rected as with the other priority level 2 The symbol will then be minimised in If the TYRES screen page is not set as the 1 malfunctions. area A until the situation has been cor- main screen, the following screen page 9 rected as with the other priority level 2 will be displayed. 2 Tyre puncture malfunctions. Regardless of the type of screen page on If the TYRES screen page is set as the main page, screen page 8 will be dis- 00:20AM 010°C RACE the TFT display, the screen page shown in LAP time example 7 appears immediately when the played. best: 00.00.00 Current LAP last: 00.00.00 instrument panel receives the signal from 01.07.84 speed max 3 best: 000 the tyre pressure ECU that the pressure last: 000 level of one or more tyres is below the 00:20 AM 010 °C alarm threshold. At the same time, the °C 000 bar 2,2 000 °C 0,2 bar Km Km/h warning light on the instrument panel (see page 92) comes on in fixed mode. bar 2,2 2,2 bar 0 1/2 1 216 000 9 °C 000 000 °C 00:20AM 010°C Low tyre °C 000 000 °C 0 1/2 1 216 Km Km/h 000 8 Following a key-off/key-on cycle, the message “System not calibrated” appears 4 pressure bar 2,2 0,2 bar on the TFT display (see page 48); the bar 2,2 2,2 bar TYRES screen page cannot be called up °C 000 000 °C by the driver. Km Km/h 5 0 1/2 1 216 000 7 The same display logic is applied for the other priority level 0 malfunctions, until the situation is corrected and the system 6 is recalibrated (following a key-off and key-on cycle). 7 47

Occasionally, the system may not detect System not calibrated which wheel signals a failure. If this hap- If the system has not been calibrated or 00:20AM 010°C pens and the TYRES screen page is set one or more tyres have been replaced, Calibration 100 °C as the main page, screen page 10 will be screen page 11 is displayed. At the same activated 60 140 displayed. time, the relative warning light on the 110 instrument panel (see page 92) comes °C on. The warning light remains lit until the 50 170 00:20AM 010°C system has been calibrated. Km Km/h Low tyre 100 °C 0 1/2 1 216 000 12 pressure 60 140 00:20AM 010°C 110 °C TPMS 100 °C The TYRES screen page cannot be re- 50 170 not calibrated called by the driver. 60 140 Km Km/h 110 Before calibrating the system, make 0 1/2 1 216 000 10 °C sure that the tyre pressure cor- 50 170 responds to the indicated pressure Km Km/h values (see page 25). If this is not If the TYRES screen page is not set as 0 1/2 1 216 000 11 the case, the system may give incor- the main page, when the display cycle has rect low pressure indications. been completed the symbol will be mini- Subsequently, the screen page reappears mised in area A (priority level 2). with the symbol minimised in the warning lights area (as with the other priority The TYRES screen page cannot be re- level 2 malfunctions). called by the driver. The system may be calibrated by pressing and holding the relative button for 4 to 10 seconds (see page 93), with the key turned to on. When the button is pressed and the next calibration procedure has been accepted, screen page 12 appears for 5 seconds. 48

Safety TPMS failure System temporarily inactive System inactive 1 When the following conditions occur: If the system has been deactivated with 00:20 AM 010 °C - excessively high temperature; a diagnostic instrument, the following TPMS failure 60 100 °C 140 - during the first calibration; - radio frequencies which disturb the screen page 15 is displayed for a few seconds upon key-on. At the same time, the warning light on the instrument panel 2 110 wheel sensor signal; (see page 92) comes on. The warning °C 50 170 screen page 14 is displayed. light remains lit until the system has been calibrated. 0 1/2 1 Km 216 000 Km/h 13 00:20AM 010°C 100 00:20AM 010°C 3 TPMS temporarily °C inactive 100 Screen page 13 is displayed in the follow- 60 140 TPMS inactive °C ing cases: 110 60 140 4 °C - malfunction in the circuit and/or wiring 110 50 170 °C leading to the ECU; Km Km/h 50 170 - signal reception failure by one or more 0 1/2 1 216 000 14 Km Km/h sensors due to malfunctioning, damaged 0 1/2 1 216 000 15 or flat battery; At the same time, the relative warn- - ECU malfunctioning. At the same time, the relative warn- ing light on the instrument panel (see page 92) comes on. The warning light After the display cycle time (several seconds) has elapsed, the information 5 ing light on the instrument panel (see remains lit until the system has been disappears. page 92) comes on. The warning light calibrated. The TYRES screen page cannot be re- remains lit until the system has been Subsequently, the screen page reappears called by the driver. calibrated. The TYRES screen page cannot be re- with the symbol minimised in area A (as with the other priority level 2 malfunc- 6 called by the driver. tions). The TYRES screen page cannot be re- called by the driver. 7 49

1. General 2. Safety 3. About your Vehicle 4. Advice for Emergency Situations 5. Care of the Vehicle 6. Glossary 7. Table of Contents

Controls overview Opening and closing Emergency soft top Lighting Instruments and gauges Controls on the steering wheel Windscreen washer/wipers and headlight washer Driving the vehicle Ignition switch Adjustments Air conditioning and heating system

About your Vehicle 1 Controls overview 1 9 10 11 2 2 auto 3 3 6 4 7 8 5 4 15 14 13 12 Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 5 1 Adjustable central air vents 130 9 TFT display 75 2 Glove compartment 131 10 Rev counter and gearbox display 89 3 “AUTO” control 106 11 Electronic speedometer 89 4 5 Hazard warning lights control 12V power socket 72 132 12 13 “Manettino” control “ENGINE START” button 94-117 94 6 6 Air conditioning controls 127 14 External rear view mirror controls 125 7 “LAUNCH” control 107 15 Light switch 69 8 “R” reverse control 101 7 53

Doors Opening from the outside Using the remote control, deactivate the Introduction alarm and the central door locking system, When a door is opened or closed, the or turn the key in the lock to deactivate window automatically moves down by the central door locking system. approximately 2 centimetres/0.8 inches V To open the door, pull handle C: the 12 (to its “target position”) to avoid colliding E window will move down to its “target with the upper weather strip. When the P position”. When the door is closed, the ON door is closed, the window automatically EN window will move up until it meets the CK OP LO UN moves up until it reaches the upper limit. upper limit. CK LO Locking and opening the doors from the inside Always carefully check manually that D the doors have been closed properly C to prevent them from opening while driving. Press the LOCK D button to lock both doors and press the UNLOCK E button to unlock them. The “Doors lock in speed” function that automatically inserts the door lock when the vehicle is moving at a speed of 20 km/ h (12 mph) or over can be activated on the “Car setup” menu on the TFT display (see page 77). 54

About your Vehicle If you pull handle F to open the door, the The lid is held open by two gas struts C. 1 Engine compartment lid window will move down to its target posi- tion. When the door is closed, it will move Opening To unlock the engine compartment lid, 2 up until it meets its upper limit. pull the lever A found beneath the steer- ing column. C A 3 F Closing Lower the lid until it is closed and press down near the lock until you hear it click in place. 4 Release lever B retaining the lid. This Always check manually that the lever is located in the front section of the engine compartment lid has been If handle F is lifted without opening the vehicle in a central position. closed properly to prevent it from opening while driving. 5 door, the window will move down to its target position and stop. If the door is not opened after 2 seconds, the window will move back up until it meets the upper limit. 6 Therefore, to open the door, release han- dle F and pull it again. B 7 55

Luggage compartment lid Closing Fuel tank cap and door Opening Lower the luggage compartment lid until Always turn off the engine during it touches the bodywork. refuelling. Take extreme care when To open the luggage compartment lid, press button A or button B on the igni- Then press downward on the middle of removing the cap. tion key down for more than 2 seconds. the lid until you hear the lock click in Do not smoke or use naked flames place. when refuelling. There is a risk of The luggage compartment is illuminated by an internal light that comes on auto- fire. Emergency Opening matically when the luggage compartment The following can be harmful for lid is opened. If button A and button B on the key your health: remote control are not functioning, lift the - fuel coming into contact with your trim panel of the pocket-change tray on A skin the central console and pull the ring D of the safety cable. - inhaling fuel vapours. Opening With the key in position 0, press the release button A to unlock the fuel tank cap flap. D A UNLOCK ON 12V P LOCK OPEN � 56

About your Vehicle Unscrew the cap B, rotating it counter- Closing Emergency Opening 1 clockwise and hang it on the hook C. Screw the cap B back on tightly and close In the event of a failure of the button A, the fuel tank door. the lid can be opened manually by pulling Make sure that the string D is not hanging out of the fuel tank door. the cable E, located on the left-hand side of the luggage compartment. 2 B 3 � C 4 D B 5 6 7 57

Power windows The driver side is also equipped with but- When the door is open, the window ton B which operates the passenger side moves up to its target position; this is to The power windows can only be used power window. prevent the window from colliding with with the ignition key in position II. the upper weather strip when it is closed. Passenger-side power window Driver-side power window Improper use of the power windows Press button C to move the window up Press button A to move the window up or down. can be dangerous. Before use, always or down. This allows manual operation check that people and objects are at (partial opening/closing) or automatic op- a safe distance. eration (complete opening/closing): press Pay particular attention during the C button A and quickly release to activate automatic operation of the driver- manual operation; if the button is pressed side power window. at length (over 0.3 seconds), automatic To protect the passengers remaining window operation is activated. The win- in the car against accidental activa- dow will only stop when it reaches the tion of the power windows, always end of its travel or by pressing the button remove the key from the ignition. again. A B Only manual operation is possible (partial opening) to raise the window: when but- ton C is released, the window stops at the position reached. To lower the window, automatic operation is also possible (full opening): if the button is held down for longer (over 0.3 seconds) automatic win- dow operation is activated. The window will only stop when it reaches the end of its travel or if the button is pressed again. 58

About your Vehicle 1 Emergency soft top The vehicle comes with an emergency fab- A B ric soft top which is stored in the luggage compartment in a special holder. The emergency soft top, which can be C 2 fitted manually, is designed to be used at moderate speed when encountering par- ticularly adverse atmospheric conditions, for example. When the emergency soft top is fit- 3 ted, never exceed a maximum speed of 130 km/h, as indicated on the label on the soft top. Soft top components C 4 A Emergency soft top B Rear panel B C Wind break D Window panel V 5 V Soft top holder D 6 7 59

Never drive if the soft top has not To ensure it is watertight, the Fitting the emergency soft top been fitted correctly: before setting emergency soft top must be correctly Before fitting the soft top, make sure off, check that the soft top fasteners fitted. Incorrect fitting may cause that the vehicle is stationary and in a have been closed correctly (red). air or water to enter the passenger safe place with the parking brake on. If these rules are not observed, the compartment. soft top may come off and cause an Only fit the soft top when there are accident. The loads and stresses which vary no passengers on board. The rear panel B and the window according to vehicle use may lead to slight variations in the position of the Although the figures only show one panel D should be considered an side of the vehicle, they apply to both integral part of the soft top: always doors or frame of the soft top. sides. remove them when driving without For the above reasons, water or air- the soft top. tightness can not be fully guaranteed Follow the steps described below in exact- Do not move the vehicle until the in all conditions of use: slight water or ly the same order. soft top has been fully fitted or com- air infiltration in some areas should be considered normal. 1) Open both doors. pletely removed and correctly placed in the special holder in the luggage 2) Take the soft top A and the window The vehicle should not be washed panel D, or the rear panel B and the wind compartment. in automatic car washes since the ac- break C, if not fitted, out of the luggage Do not attempt to force the soft top tion of the brushes may damage the fasteners using unsuitable tools (e.g. compartment. fabric. The high pressure of the jets screwdrivers). may lead to infiltration in some areas Customers can decide whether to The emergency soft top has not which would not normally occur fit the soft top by placing the wind been designed as a structural part during normal use. break C and the rear panel B or only of the vehicle and cannot therefore the window panel D in the space bear loads other than those caused between the two roll bars: in the latter by atmospheric agents (e.g. rain). In case, the wind break C, if fitted, must heavy snowstorms, the accumulation be removed. of large amounts of snow on the soft top may damage it. 60

About your Vehicle 3) Insert the window panel D in its hous- 4) Put the folded soft top into position by 1 ing: to hook the wind break onto the clips placing the front part on the windscreen correctly, put the two reference marks C crossbar and the rear part on the edge 2 in position as shown in the figure and of the rear panel and aligning reference then press on the panel until it clicks in mark F with housing G. place making sure that the side edges are aligned with the reference marks E. If the wind break C is fitted, remove it before inserting the window panel. 3 D E 4 Alternatively, fit the wind break C, if not already in place, (to hook it onto the clips 5 correctly, put the two reference marks in position as shown in the figure and then F press on the window until it clicks in place) and then mount the rear panel B and align the lower edge with the wind break window and the side edges with the G 6 reference marks E. 7 61

5) Go to the passenger side of the vehicle. 6) Insert the front I and rear L pins in 7) From the outside, press down on the Make sure that the safety latch H is re- their housings and push and turn the roof rear fastening until it clicks into place. leased (green) and extend the soft top by beam downwards. holding onto the roof beam. H L I 8) Block the safety latch H by pushing it down (red). H 62

About your Vehicle 9) The front fastening M has been de- Removing the emergency soft top 3) Go to the driver side and release the 1 signed to block automatically during fit- safety latch H on the rear of the roof Before removing the soft top, make ting: in any case, check that it is correctly beam by pulling it up (green). sure that the vehicle is stationary 2 engaged (red). and in a safe place with the parking brake on. H Only remove the soft top when there are no passengers on board. M Although the figures only show one side of the vehicle, they apply to both sides. 3 Follow the steps described below in exact- ly the same order: 4) Press the locking latch P and release it 10) Repeat steps (5) to (9) on the driver side. 1) Open both doors. 2) Release latch N above the dome light from its housing. 4 11) Get into the vehicle and fasten by pressing the release button. latch N to the special housing in the cen- tre of the windscreen crossbar. P 5 N N 6 7 63

5) Release the front fastening M by pull- 7) Fold the roof beam on the driver side 10) Remove the soft top once you have ing the latch and pressing lightly on the over the soft top as shown in the figure. pulled it towards you by running it along rear of the roof beam to help release it. the guides on the windscreen crossbar and the top edge of the rear panel B or D. 11) Place the soft top in its special M holder V in the luggage compartment. 12) Remove the rear panel B or the window panel D and place it in the special compartment in the luggage compartment lid trim panel. 8) Go to the passenger side and repeat 6) Using both hands, push and turn the the release procedure as described in step roof beam up around the two front I and (3) to step (6). rear L pins. When the roof beam is in a 9) Fold the roof beam on the passenger vertical position, remove the pins from side on top of the roof beam on the driver their housings. side as shown in the figure. L I 64

About your Vehicle How to put the soft top into the holder 1 After use, always place the emer- gency soft top carefully in its special holder by following the instructions below. Failure to observe these rules 2 may damage the soft top seal and cause air or water to enter the pas- senger compartment. Do not place the soft top in the holder when it is still wet or damp. 3 The soft top holder in the front of the lug- gage compartment is shaped to hold the soft top which have been correctly folded as indicated in the removal procedure. After removing the soft top, hold it as With the soft top in this position, the 4 shown in the figure and place it in the passenger side roof beam, folded on top holder so that the carbon central roof of the driver side roof beam, has the same beam fits into the compartment on the shape as the upper shell of the holder lower shell as shown in the figure. The lower shell has two openings on the which can then be closed. 5 side so that you can put your hands in. 6 7 65

Hard carbon top (optional) On request, the vehicle can be fitted with a carbon hard top consisting of two roof beams P and a central element R. Before using the carbon hard P top, contact the Ferrari Service R Network to get the special brackets for the central element R fitted in the luggage compartment. When the emergency top is fitted, P never exceed a maximum speed of 150 km/h. 66

About your Vehicle Fitting the hard top 5) Put the central element R into position 8) Get into the vehicle and fasten lever N 1 by resting one side on top of one of the to the special housing in the centre of the Before fitting the hard top, make two roof beams and making sure that you windscreen crossbar. sure that the vehicle is stationary 2 align the hook S with the locking latch T and in a safe place with the parking housing. brake on. Only fit the hard top when there are no passengers on board. N S Although the figures only show one side of the vehicle, they apply to both sides. T 3 1) Open both doors. 2) Following the same instructions given for the emergency soft top (see page 61) fit the wind break C and the rear panel B 6) Lower the central element onto the 4 other roof beam. or the window panel D. 7) Fasten the central element to the two 3) Fit the two roof beams P following the roof beams by fastening the two locking 5 same procedure indicated for the emer- levers T. gency soft top (see page 62). 4) Check that the safety latch H and the front fastening M are correctly engaged (red). 6 T 7 67

Removing the hard top Before removing the hard top, make sure that the vehicle is stationary and in a safe place with the parking brake on. T Only remove the hard top when there are no passengers on board. Although the figures only show one side of the vehicle, they apply to both sides. 4) Remove the central element R. 5) Remove the two roof beams P follow- 1) Open both doors. ing the same procedure indicated for the 2) Release latch N above the dome light emergency soft top (see page 64). by pressing the release button. 6) Remove the rear panel B or the win- dow panel D. 7) Place the panel B or D, roof beams P and the central element R of the hard top in the luggage compartment and place the N central element on the special supports as shown in the figure. 3) Press the release key and unfasten the two levers T that fasten the central ele- ment to the roof beams. 68

About your Vehicle The switch A, on the dashboard to the left 1 Lighting of the steering wheel, can be set to five The external lights and the turn indica- different positions: tors only work when the ignition key is in position II. The external lights can be switched on 0 Lights off Running and number plate lights 2 on (*) and off manually or automatically, de- pending on the ambient light. Low beams on (*) Light switch Parking lights AUT Automatic operation of the external 3 lights according to ambient light. (*) The relative warning light on the in- � strument panel (see page 92) comes on. High beams 4 To turn on the high beams when the light When the high beams are on, the relative warning light comes on (see page 92) switch A is set to , push the left-hand on the instrument panel. lever B towards the dashboard. Push the lever B towards the steering wheel again to turn off the high beams 5 and turn on the low beams. � B Follow the Road Regulations of the 6 country you are travelling in for using the high beams. 7 69

Flashing the headlights Parking lights If the high beam control is activated, the high beams will turn on every The headlights can be flashed by pulling The parking lights only work when the time the lights are activated auto- the left-hand lever B towards the steering ignition key is in position 0 or the key has matically. We recommend therefore wheel. been removed. that you turn them off every time They are activated by turning the light the twilight sensor deactivates the switch A to position . external lights. When the parking lights are on, the rela- If there is fog during the day, the tive warning light comes on on the running lights and low beams will B instrument panel. not be turned on automatically. The driver must always be ready to turn When the parking lights are on, move the on the lights manually and also the left-hand lever B down to turn on the left- rear fog lights, if necessary. side running lights. Move the lever up to turn on the right-side running lights. After automatic activation of the exter- Automatic activation nal lights, it will always be possible to turn on the rear fog lights manually. and deactivation When the external lights are deacti- When the light switch A is turned to AUT vated automatically, the rear fog lights and the ignition key is in position II, the are also turned off (if active) automati- running lights, low beams and number cally. Therefore, if necessary, the driver plate lights turn on and off according to will have to turn on the rear fog lights Flashing also occurs with lights off if the the ambient light. manually upon the next automatic ignition key is set to II. activation. The high beams can only be activated The high beams are used for flashing. manually, by pushing the left-hand lever B towards the dashboard. Follow the Road Regulations of the country you are travelling in for using the high beams. 70

About your Vehicle The driver is always responsible 1 Turn indicators for turning on the external lights, depending on the ambient light and When lever B is: - moved up, the right-hand turn indicators 2 in compliance with the regulations in force in the country of use. The are turned on; automatic system for turning on - moved down, the left-hand turn indica- and off the external lights must be tors are turned on. considered an aid for the driver. If The relative warning light will come necessary, turn the lights on and off manually. Twilight sensor on on the instrument panel. 3 The twilight sensor consists of a global � sensor which measures the ambient light B upwards. When the sensor is faulty, the system will 4 turn on the low beams and position lights independently of the ambient light. The The failure indication will be displayed failure message will appear on the instru- as long as the light switch A is turned to AUT. ment panel display. If this occurs, we recommend you deacti- vate the automatic system and turn on the The lever returns to the neutral position 5 external lights manually if necessary. automatically when the steering wheel is straightened. Contact the Ferrari Service Network To indicate a temporary lane change, as soon as possible. requiring only the slightest turn of the steering wheel, the lever can be moved 6 without clicking it into position (non-per- manent position). 7 71

Rear fog lights Hazard warning lights Press button A to turn on the hazard warning lights. All the turn indicators will start blinking intermittently; they will op- erate with the ignition key in any position. When the lights are on, the relative warn- E ing lights on the instrument panel and the button flash. AUTO NCH R LAU � A The rear fog lights are turned on only if the high beams or low beams are on when button D is pressed; the relevant warning light E on the instrument panel To turn them off, press the button again. comes on to indicate that they have been turned on. Use the rear fog lights only in poor visibility conditions. 72

About your Vehicle 1 Dome light When switch B is set to the dome light comes on automatically in the When the doors are closed, the dome following situations: lights A on the roof can be turned on or off using switch B. To switch on the dome light, move the - when a door is opened, for approx. 3 minutes 2 switch B to . - when all the doors are closed and the key is in position 0, for approx. 10 sec- onds - when the key is removed, for approx. 10 seconds 3 - when the doors are unlocked, for ap- prox. 10 seconds - when the inertia switch is activated, for PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF approx. 15 minutes. The dome light deactivates automatically 4 B in the following conditions: - after the preset activation time expires A - when the doors are closed and the key is in position II 5 - when the doors are locked - when the inertia switch is reactivated. Switching on of the dome light is deacti- vated when switch B is set to . 6 7 73

Instruments and gauges 1 3 2 3 4 00:20AM 010°C 100 110 °C °C 60 140 50 170 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 3 5 3 3 Instruments and gauges 1 TFT Display 2 Rev counter 3 Warning lights 4 Electronic speedometer 5 Gearbox display 74

About your Vehicle Screen area A can be displayed with five 1 TFT display different colour options, based on the Located on the instrument panel, it per- driving mode selected on the Manettino. forms the following functions: - displays the control parameters; - displays general information while driv- 00:20AM 010°C 2 A ing; 100 110 °C °C - displays fault warnings. B The driver can interact with the system by selecting the configuration and setting the parameters using the DISP and MODE 60 140 50 170 3 Every screen page consists of three dis- Km Km/h C buttons on the dashboard to the right of play areas: 0 1/2 1 216 000 the steering wheel and the UP, DOWN and ENTER buttons located behind the A clock, external temperature or the steering wheel. word “Manettino” (if speedometer repeater is not activated), selected The screen areas B and C can be dis- played with two colour options: day-time 4 driving mode (Manettino position) mode (light background), or, as shown B display of virtual control gauges, park- below, night-time mode (dark back- ing sensor screen page (if present), ground). display of abnormal events/warnings (message text and special symbol, when available), display of dimming 00:20AM 010°C 5 function 100 110 °C °C C fuel level gauge, total or trip odometer (TRIP A or B), speedometer repetition or external temperature. 60 140 50 170 6 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 7 75

Main screen pages Display setting and configuration of Navigation within the menu is on several In area B the following main screen pages vehicle parameters levels; the first level offers a list of items can be displayed: through which the following parameters Display setting and parameter can be set or the following information - SPORT configuration should be performed can be displayed: - RACE when the vehicle is stationary. - Dimming: adjusts the instrument panel - TYRES brightness level MENU page - TRIP A - Display setup: configuration of display Display setting and configuration of the - TRIP B (if activated). various vehicle parameters is possible - Date and hour: date and time setting To select the main screen page you re- using the MENU screen page that can be - Language and M.U.: language and unit quire, go to the MENU page by pressing directly called up by pressing and quickly of measurement setting the MODE button and then select the releasing the MODE button. - Car setup: configuration of vehicle items “Display setup” and “Main screen”. parameters The screen pages can also be quickly 00:20AM 010°C - Service: displays information on sched- displayed in timed mode by pressing the MENU 100 uled maintenance. DISP button: each time the DISP button is °C pressed, the next screen page is displayed Dimming 60 140 These items are the main menu functions. Display setup for a maximum of 10 seconds and then Date and hour 110 To scroll through the list of items, press the UP and DOWN buttons; to select the °C Language and M.U. the screen page that was previously dis- Car setup played reappears in fixed mode. 50 170 required function press ENTER. Km Km/h Once the function has been selected, the 0 1/2 1 216 000 individual subfunctions or parameters that can be activated are selected. To select them, use the UP and DOWN buttons and press the ENTER button to activate a subsection or activate the selected parameter. 76

About your Vehicle Dimming Display setup Language and units of measurement 1 The day-time or night-time mode on the Select “Display setup” to choose which “Language and M.U.” in the “Display display depends on whether the running main screen page you want to display. setup” section can be used to select one lights are on or not and on the twilight sensor which does not switch to the night- time mode if it detects sufficient light. The list of screen pages that can be se- lected is displayed in this order: SPORT, Manettino, RACE, TYRES, TRIP A, of the following languages: - English 2 - German Both modes have eight brightness levels TRIP B (if enabled). which can be set by selecting “Dimming” - Italian The list of screen pages that can be and pressing the UP and DOWN buttons. 3 selected varies according to the driving - French To adjust the brightness level, you can modes selected on the Manettino and the - Spanish also use the UP and DOWN buttons with- RACE screen page is only available in the and two types of units of measurement for out accessing the MENU page: the first RACE or CST OFF positions. distance (km or miles), temperature (°C time one of the two buttons is pressed, Here you can also activate or deacti- or °F) and pressure (bar or psi). the relative screen page is displayed. The vate the speedometer repetition, audio, next time the buttons are pressed, the brightness can be adjusted. telephone and satellite navigation displays and activate the TRIP B screen page. Vehicle setup 4 The adjustment made, which can be ac- The parameters that can be changed are: tivated even when the vehicle is moving, Date and hour - Parking sensor: if front parking sensors can be seen immediately and does not are present, it activates or deactivates the affect the brightness of the warning lights on the panel. “Date and hour”, in the “Display setup” section can be used to select what format the date (dd/mm/yy or mm/dd/yy) and “Stop&Go” function. - Doors lock: it activates or deactivates 5 The screen page disappears if it is not the time (12h or 24h) are displayed in. the automatic door lock function when used for 5 seconds or when the MODE a speed of 20 km/h (12.4 mph) is button is pressed and is replaced by the reached. screen page that was previously displayed. - Doors unlock: it is used to select whether to unlock both doors or only 6 the driver side door using the special button on the centre console. 7 77

- Speed limit: it activates the “Speed limit Operating logic of buttons exceeded” message if the set speed limit is exceeded. MODE button - Buzzer volume: it adjusts the volume of When pressed and quickly released (less acoustic signals. than 2 seconds): - Light sensor: it adjusts the sensing range - it displays the MENU page (mini- of the twilight sensor. mised if vehicle speed exceeds 5 km/h - Rev. rep. on steer (if present): it activates - 3 mph) or deactivates the engine speed LED - within a submenu: it takes you back to display on the steering wheel. the previous level in the menu - Glove box key: it activates or deactivates - odometer flashing: it goes back to infor- the glove compartment opening key mation that was previously displayed DISP (DISPLAY) button function. - it exits the display mode for the various The DISP button allows you to sequen- - Equalisation: it activates or deactivates check phases at key-on tially switch between main screen pages the automatic equalisation. - it exits the fault warning display cycles which are displayed in timed mode (10 (“ESCAPE” function). seconds) in the following order: Service - SPORT When pressed and held down (more than When “Service” is selected, information 2 seconds): - RACE on scheduled maintenance is displayed - TYRES - MENU page not active and TRIP B (for further information, refer to the - TRIP A disabled: it resets TRIP A “Maintenance” paragraph on page 168). - MENU page not active and TRIP B - TRIP B enabled: it selects the odometer shown Each time the DISP button is pressed, the on the display (total, A or B) next main screen page is displayed. - MENU page active: it goes back to the After the last screen page, press the DISP last screen page displayed before MODE button again to go back to the standard button was pressed. screen page, i.e. the last screen page selected in fixed mode. 78

About your Vehicle 1 2 3 UP/DOWN buttons ENTER button - set/adjust the functions on the MENU - MENU page not active: switches be- tween the information displayed: 4 page - MENU page not active: adjusts the - total odometer instrument panel brightness level - TRIP A distance - odometer flashing: selects the TRIP to - TRIP B distance (if enabled) reset - it confirms the selected function - Auto function (twilight sensor active): adjusts the sensing range of the sensor. - it confirms the setting/change - it memorises the confirmed modifica- 5 tions - TRIP A is reset, when TRIP B is enabled, only after pressing the MODE button at length (TRIP A flashes). 6 7 79

SPORT screen page RACE screen page In addition to the shared parameters, the 00:20AM 010°C The RACE screen page is used to time screen page shows the virtual control Warning: 100 °C laps and memorise lap time if the vehicle gauges, for: danger of ice 60 140 is used on track. - water temperature 110 Current LAP °C - oil temperature. indicates the time elapsed since the start of the chronometer 50 170 Km Km/h 00:20 AM 010 °C 0 1/2 1 216 000 LAP time/best indicates the time required to complete 100 110 the last best lap °C °C In the event of priority level 1 or 2 LAP time/last 60 140 50 170 malfunctions/events (see page 80), the indicates the time required to complete symbol continues to be displayed in the last lap minimised form as shown below at the speed max/best Km Km/h end of the display cycle (20 seconds) or 0 1/2 1 216 000 when the MODE button with “ESCAPE” indicates the maximum speed reached function is pressed. speed max/last indicates the maximum speed reached in the last lap If an event occurs that needs to be displayed as a symbol and/or special 00:20AM 010°C message when the SPORT screen page is 100 110 00:20AM 010°C RACE displayed, the virtual gauges are mini- °C °C LAP time best: 00.00.00 mised as in the following example. 60 140 50 170 Current LAP last: 00.00.00 01.07.84 speed max best: 000 last: 000 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 80

About your Vehicle As well as this information, minimised When the RACE screen page is displayed, 1 virtual control gauges are also displayed 00:20AM 010°C RACE the functions of some buttons change. without pointers or graduated scales, but Warning: LAP time The ENTER button is used to start the best: 00.00.00 2 danger of ice only as black symbols on a background last: 00.00.00 chronometer: colour (blue, green, red) that varies ac- speed max best: 000 - when the chronometer is off, press the cording to the temperature reached. last: 000 button to activate the Current Lap chro- Oil temperature gauge: nometer; Km Km/h - Blue = Oil T < 55°C (176°F); 216 000 - when the chronometer is on, press the 3 0 1/2 1 - Green = 55°C (176°F) < Oil T < 155°C button to reset and restart the Current (311°F); Lap and update the information about - Red = Oil T > 155°C (311°F). During display of the event/malfunction, the previous laps. the chronometer remains active and is The DISP button: Water temperature gauge: viewed again at the end of the display - Blue = Water T < 70°C (158°F); cycle. In the event of priority level 0 mal- - stops the chronometer and updates the - Green = 70°C < Water T < 125°C; - Red = Water T > 125°C (257°F). functions (see “TFT display symbols”) the chronometer is deactivated. information on the previous laps (button pressed briefly); 4 The chronometer is also deactivated when - resets the chronometer and the informa- When the RACE screen page is displayed the MENU page is displayed and when tion about the previous laps (button and an event occurs that needs to be infotainment system (audio, telephone, pressed at length). viewed, the display will appear as in the following example. satellite navigation) function repetition is activated on the display. 5 Each time the key is turned to on, the chronometer is reset whereas the last valid Best Lap and Last Lap information is memorised. 6 7 81

TRIP A and TRIP B screen pages When the TRIP A or B screen page is TYRES screen page In addition to the shared parameters, the displayed and an event occurs that needs In addition to the shared parameters, the screen page shows: to be viewed, the display will appear as in screen page shows: the following example. - the virtual water and oil temperature - the virtual water and oil temperature gauges (minimised) gauges (minimised) - the date 00:20AM 010°C - the vehicle symbol with the pressure - the travel distance Warning: 100 °C and temperature values for each tyre danger of ice - the average speed 60 140 - the multifunction symbol for malfunc- 110 tions (if any). - the range °C - the travel time. 50 170 Km Km/h 00:20AM 010°C 0 1/2 1 216 000 °C 000 000 °C 00:20AM 010°C bar 2,2 2,2 bar TRIP A 14 - 04 - 10 Travel distance [km] 212,8 If malfunctions/events occur and a mul- bar 2,2 2,2 bar °C 000 000 °C Average speed [km/h] 124 tifunction symbol needs to be displayed, Range [km] 243 Travel time [hh:mm] 01:43 the symbol will be shown, at the end of Km Km/h the display cycle, in minimised form in the bottom left of area B. 0 1/2 1 216 000 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 When the TYRES screen page is dis- played and an event occurs that needs to If the driver selects TRIP B as main be viewed, the display will appear as in screen page and then deselects TRIP B the following example. from the Menu page, the default screen page will be automatically set as main page. 82

About your Vehicle 1 Parameters shared by all the Speedometer 00:20AM 010°C configurations The information is displayed in area C. Warning: °C 000 000 °C danger of ice bar 2,2 2,2 bar If the speedometer display is disabled, the bar 2,2 °C 000 2,2 bar 000 °C Odometer The odometer is always viewed on the outside temperature will be viewed in its place. 2 TFT display (in area C: by pressing the Km Km/h ENTER button, the driver can select Clock 216 000 whether to view the total odometer 1 or The clock is always displayed in area A, in 3 0 1/2 1 one of the two trip odometers 2. all configurations, and can be viewed in To reset the trip odometers, press and the “24h” or “12h” format. For further information, please see hold the MODE button. If TRIP B is not the “Tyre Pressure and Temperature enabled, TRIP A is automatically reset, Outside temperature gauge Monitoring System” in the “Safety” sec- whereas if it is enabled, the active odom- The information is displayed in area A tion. eter flashes. Use the UP and DOWN but- tons to select the desired TRIP, and press ENTER to reset the flashing odometer. if the speedometer display (area C) is enabled. 4 The information is displayed in area C if When the odometer is flashing, to return the speedometer display is disabled. In to the previous screen page press the this case, the word “Manettino” will be MODE button briefly or wait 10 seconds. Fuel level gauge displayed in area A. 5 The information is permanently displayed in area C. 6 7 83

Displayed information upon key-on Once the check procedure is success- Upon key-on, the check procedure is fully completed, the word Check will started and the message “Check” will be replaced by “Check OK” on a green be displayed in area B, on a pale blue background. background. The virtual water and oil When the engine is started, regardless temperature gauges (minimised) that are of the main screen page set, the words normally displayed in the main screen “ENGINE ON” will be displayed. pages will not be viewed during the check stage. 00:20AM 010°C RACE 00:20AM 010°C LAP time best: 00.00.00 Current LAP last: 00.00.00 01.07.84 speed max best: 000 last: 000 Km Km/h Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 0 1/2 1 216 000 84

About your Vehicle 1 List of TFT display symbols Battery conditioner connected Oil pressure Priority level 0 (Extremely critical mal- When the instrument panel is on, in- Indicates that the oil pressure is too function): remains displayed for an unlim- dicates that the battery conditioner low (priority level 0). ited period of time, until the problem is corrected. is connected (priority level 0). Inertia switch Turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network. 2 Priority level 1/Priority level 2 (Critical malfunction/Non-critical mal- Indicates activation of the inertia function): remains displayed for 20 sec- switch following an accident and the Engine coolant temperature resulting cut-out of the fuel supply onds in the middle of area B and is then minimised. It remains displayed (mini- mised) at the bottom left of area B until (priority level 0). Alternator failure Indicates that the engine coolant temperature is too high (priority level 0). 3 the problem is corrected. Indicates an alternator failure (prior- Turn off the engine and contact ity level 1). the Ferrari Service Network. Alarm system failure Indicates a fault in the alarm system Low windscreen washer fluid level Indicates a low level of washer fluid Engine diagnostic system (EOBD) failure 4 (priority level 1). in the windscreen washer tank (pri- Indicates an engine diagnostic The system is not programmed ority level 2). system and emission control system (priority level 2). failure (priority level 0). Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Oil temperature Indicates that the oil temperature is Generic failure 5 too high (priority level 0). Indicates a generic failure (priority level 0). Fuel reserve Indicates that the fuel level is too low (priority level 2). 6 7 85

External lights failure Catalytic converter temperature Power steering failure Indicates a system fault or blow- Indicates that the catalytic converter Indicates that the power steer- ing of a bulb in the running, turn temperature is very high: slow down ing system is inefficient (priority indicator or rear fog lights (priority until the warning light goes off level 2). level 2). (priority level 1). Indicates that the catalytic converter Contact the Ferrari Service Number plate lights failure Network. temperature is too high: stop the Indicates a system failure or blow- vehicle and turn off the engine so ing of the number plate light bulb that the exhaust system cools down Fuel tank door open (priority level 2). (see page 158). After approximately Indicates that the fuel filler flap Twilight sensor failure 5 minutes, restart the engine and is open (acoustic signal when the continue driving normally (priority vehicle is moving). Indicates a twilight sensor failure level 0). (priority level 2). Low F1 gearbox oil level Indicates a failure of the cata- lytic converter temperature sensor The red icon indicates that the F1 (priority level 0). gearbox oil level is too low (priority level 0). Stop lights failure Indicates a system failure or blowing Contact the Ferrari Service of the STOP light bulb (priority Network. level 2). Doors and front/rear lids open Seat heating The minimised symbol indicates that Indicates that heated seat function doors or lids are open or incorrectly is enabled (remains displayed for closed (acoustic signal when the 5 seconds). vehicle is moving). 86

About your Vehicle ABS ASR/CST failure Airbag system failure 1 Indicates an ABS system failure Indicates an ASR/CST system fail- Indicates a system failure (priority (priority level 1). ure (priority level 1). level 0). The standard braking system is still functioning. Stop the vehicle avoiding sharp braking. Stop driving and Contact the Ferrari Service Network. 2 contact the Ferrari Service Contact the Ferrari Service Network immediately. Indicates that the Airbag test cycle Network. The vehicle can still be driven has not been completed. At the ASR + CST on at low speed (max. 40 km/h - 25 mph) to clear the road. same time, the Airbag warning light flashes (priority level 0). 3 Indicates that the ASR and CST systems are active (priority level 1). CCM2 brake disc wear Passenger-side seat belt not fastened Indicates that the carbon ceramic Indicates that the passenger-side ASR + CST off brake discs are worn (priority seat belt is not fastened (priority Indicates that ASR and CST systems have been disabled (priority 1). level 2). level 0). 4 Contact the Ferrari Service Speed limit exceeded Displayed together with message: CST off. Network. Indicates that the speed set by the driver has been exceeded (priority Tyre pressure Symbol associated with the tyre level 2). Brake malfunction 5 pressure monitoring system (see Indicates that the brake fluid level is page 45) (priority level 0/2). low or, if the ABS control warning light comes on at the same time, it indicates that there is an EBD system failure (priority level 0) 6 7 87

Rain sensor failure Ice hazard Radio system information Indicates a rain sensor failure (prior- Indicates that the outside tempera- Refer to the “Infotainment” ity level 2). ture is 3°C (38°F) or lower, high- Operating Manual. lighting the risk of icy road surfaces. Suspension control system failure CD-Changer information Drive carefully in these conditions Indicates a malfunction in the and slow down since tyre grip is Refer to the “Infotainment” suspension control system (priority significantly reduced. Operating Manual. level 2). In this condition, activate the CD, MP3 CD information Contact the Ferrari Service “ICE” or “Low-grip” driving Refer to the “Infotainment” Network. mode. Operating Manual. Gearbox failure Flashcard information Manettino failure Indicates a system failure (priority Refer to the “Infotainment” Indicates a Manettino failure (prior- level 1). Operating Manual. ity level 1). Contact the Ferrari Service Telephone Parking sensor failure Network. Refer to the “Infotainment” Indicates that the parking sensor Operating Manual. system is faulty (priority level 2). Scheduled maintenance Brake pad wear Depending on the associated mes- Indicates that the brake pads are sage, this indicates that service worn (priority level 2). schedule deadlines are either ap- proaching or due. Contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the brake pads Contact the Ferrari Service replaced. Network upon reaching this deadline. 88

About your Vehicle 1 Electronic speedometer Rev. Counter Gearbox display It indicates the vehicle speed. Indicated engine speed in RPM. Avoid It is incorporated in the revolution coun- engine speeds in the red sector. ter. With the ignition key in position II, it displays the gear engaged. N Neutral 2 R Reverse 1 1st gear 2 3 2nd gear 3rd gear 3 4 4 gear th 5 5th gear 6 6th gear Auto Automatic gearbox mode 4 Auto Auto easy exit gearbox mode Km/h 000 When the symbol “–” is displayed, it indi- cates a fault in the gearbox. If such speed rates are exceeded, the Please contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the necessary checks 5 ignition/injection ECU will temporarily cut-off the fuel supply. performed. 6 7 89

Warning lights Brake failure (*) EBD failure (*) In addition to diagnosis performed before Indicates that the brake fluid level When the warning lights in the ignition, the warning lights may come on in the tank is too low. figure come on simultaneously. in the following cases. Stop the vehicle avoiding sharp Danger of rear wheels locking (*) associated with a TFT display symbol braking. Do not continue to and risk of spinning. drive, check the fluid level Stop the vehicle avoiding sharp If a warning light indicating a failure in the tank and contact the braking. Stop driving and comes on while driving, contact the Ferrari Service Network contact the Ferrari Service Ferrari Service Network to have the immediately. Network immediately. necessary checks performed. ASR/CST failure (*) The vehicle can still be driven ABS (*) Indicates an ASR/CST system at low speed (max. 40 km/h failure. - 25 mph) to clear the road. While driving, it comes on to indi- cate a failure in the ABS system. Stop the vehicle avoiding sharp Handbrake braking. Stop driving and When the handbrake is operated. The standard braking system is contact the Ferrari Service still functioning. Network immediately. Alternator failure (*) Contact the Ferrari Service The vehicle can still be driven If the recharging system is faulty. Network. at low speed (max. 40 km/h When the battery is insufficiently - 25 mph) to clear the road. charged or overcharged (flashing). 90

About your Vehicle Brake pad wear (*) Engine coolant temperature (*) Driver-side seat belt not fastened 1 Indicates that the brake pads are Indicates that engine coolant tem- When the ignition key is in position worn. perature is too high. II, it indicates that the driver's seat Contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the brake pads Turn off the engine immediately and contact the Ferrari Service belt is not fastened. Engine diagnostic system (EOBD) failure 2 replaced. Network. (*) Indicates a malfunction in the Oil pressure (*) Airbag system failure (*) emission control system and in the Indicates that the engine oil tem- perature is too low. While driving, it indicates a malfunc- tion in the airbag system and/or in ignition/injection system. After turning the ignition key to 3 the seat belt pretensioners. position II, it remains on for a self- Turn off the engine immediately check for a few seconds after the and contact the Ferrari Service If the warning light does not engine has started. Network. Indicates a malfunction of the spe- come on for the self-check cycle or if it comes on while driving, Fuel reserve (*) 4 contact the Ferrari Service Indicates that only 20 litres of fuel cific sensor. Network immediately. are left in the tank or that the level gauge is malfunctioning. Oil temperature (*) Indicates that engine oil tempera- ture is too high. F1 gearbox failure (*) - Warning light permanently on Right turn indicator When the right turn indicators are 5 accompanied by an acoustic alarm: activated. Turn off the engine immediately when an operating error occurs in and contact the Ferrari Service the F1 gearbox. Network. Indicates a malfunction of the spe- If the failure still permits it, free the road and contact the Ferrari 6 cific sensor. Service Network. - Flashing: low system pressure. 7 91

Left turn indicator Alarm system failure (*) When the left turn indicator is While driving, it comes on to indi- activated. cate a failure in the alarm system. Hazard warning lights Contact the Ferrari Service Simultaneous switching on of the Network. right and left turn indicator warning lights indicate that the hazard warn- ASR + CST disabled ing lights have been activated. ASR/CST system activation Running lights The warning light in fixed mode indicates that the ASR and CST When the running lights or low systems are deactivated. beams are turned on. In flashing mode, it indicates that High beams the ASR/CST system has been When the high beams are turned on. activated. When the high beams are used to Passenger-side airbag manual deactiva- flash. tion Parking lights It comes on to indicate that the pas- When the parking lights are on. senger-side airbag was deactivated by means of the specific key-oper- Rear fog lights ated control (optional). When the rear fog lights are turned Tyre pressure and temperature on. monitoring system Warning light associated with the tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system (see page 45). 92

About your Vehicle The system will take a maximum of 1 TPMS calibration button 20 minutes to complete the calibration procedure with the vehicle in motion. For further information, refer to the “Tyre pressure and temperature monitoring system - TPMS” paragraph on page 45. 2 C 3 To calibrate the system, when the key is in position II, press button C on the dash- board to the right of the steering wheel until the message “Calibration activated” 4 appears on the TFT display. 00:20AM 010°C Calibration activated 60 100 °C 140 5 110 °C 50 170 0 1/2 1 Km 216 000 Km/h 6 7 93

Controls on the steering wheel “Manettino” driving mode control Low-grip mode switch This is the maximum safety driving mode. Start button Recommended in low grip conditions. The driver can select the desired driving Press the ENGINE START button A to mode by using the “Manettino” B. Activation is signalled by the Low Grip start the engine. When the engine has symbol in the dedicated area of the TFT The driving mode selected does not ex- started, release the ENGINE START but- display. empt the driver from complying with the ton. rules of safe driving. Do not hold the ENGINE START button 00:20AM 010°C down for a long time. In the event of a failure of one of the 100 110 For the start procedure see “Starting and onboard systems signalled by the °C °C driving the vehicle” on page 100. warning light on the TFT display (see 60 140 50 170 page 88), the Manettino moves to a SPORT mode “recovery” position but the vehicle can This is the ideal setting forKm vehicleKm/h still be driven. In these cases, contact the Ferrari Service Network. performance0recommended 1/2 1 216for everyday 000 driving. Activation is signalled by the SPORT ICE mode symbol in the dedicated area of the TFT � This mode may be used in particularly display. � slippery road conditions (snow, ice). Activation is signalled by the ICE symbol 00:20AM 010°C SPORT in the dedicated area on the TFT display. VEHICLE DYNAMICS CST ABS F1-Trac F1 SCM 00:20AM 010°C 100 110 °C °C Km Km/h 60 140 50 170 0 1/2 1 216 000 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 94

About your Vehicle RACE mode panied by the message “CST off”. In the 1 This mode offers maximum performance dedicated area on the display the symbol and stability in high grip conditions and CST is shown. is particularly suitable when using the vehicle on track. An acoustic signal will warn the driver that the driving mode has been changed. A 2 Activation is signalled by the RACE symbol in the dedicated area of the TFT When the CST system is active, the display. warning light A starts flashing on the instrument panel and the relative symbol appears on the TFT display accompanied 3 00:20 AM 010 °C RACE by the message “ASR/CST on”. LAP time best: 00.00.00 00.00.00 In low- to medium-grip conditions Current LAP last: (e.g. wet, icy, sandy roads), do not 4 01.07.84 speed max best: 000 CST OFF mode ( CST ) last: 000 deactivate the CST system. In this mode, the CST system (always Contact the Ferrari Service Km Km/h When the CST system is active and the active when 0the1/2 engine 1 is 216 started) is 000 amber warning light comes on, it means Network. deactivated: it allows the driver complete that there is a fault in one of the CST freedom and control of the vehicle for track use. Activation is signalled by the CST symbol system components. Every time the engine is then started, the CST system will reactivate. 5 in the dedicated area of the TFT display. The CST system reactivates auto- matically, even in CST mode, when the 00:20AM 010°C LAP best: time 00.00.00 brake pedal is depressed. 6 Current LAP last: 00.00.00 When the CST system is deactivated the 01.07.84 speed max For further information on the driving warning light A comeslast:on on the instru- best: 000 000 modes that can be selected, refer to the ment panel and the symbol is displayed paragraph “Driving using the driving for 5 seconds on the TFT display 0 1/2 1 Km accom- Km/h 216 000 mode control switch” on page 117. 7 95

Horn control “UP” shift paddle Engine RPM LED (optional) The horn can be used by pressing the Pull the right-hand UP paddle towards the The five LEDs on the steering wheel up- horn symbol, on either side of the steer- steering wheel to shift gears up. per rim (available on request) light up in ing wheel upper spokes. For use, see “Starting and driving the sequence and inform the driver that the vehicle” on page 100. maximum engine RPM has been reached for gearshifting. ���� �� auto “DOWN” shift paddle When 6,000 RPM is reached, the first Pull the left-hand DOWN paddle towards LED comes on; the other LEDs light up the steering wheel to shift gears down. as speed increases by 500 RPM until the For use, see “Starting and driving the maximum speed of 8,400 RPM is reached. vehicle” on page 100. The LEDs on the steering wheel can be deactivated using the MENU page on the TFT display: call up the MENU page, select the items “Car setup” and “Rev. rep. on steer” and then select OFF. 96

About your Vehicle 1 Windscreen washer/wipers Headlight washer and headlight washer The headlight washer is activated auto- matically when the windscreen washer is Windscreen wipers operated and the low beams are on. The headlight washer and windscreen 2 The windscreen wipers and washer A washer share the same fluid tank: a low only work when the ignition key is in fluid level is indicated by the relative position II. warning light on the TFT display. The lever A has 5 settings: OFF AUTO 00:20AM 010°C 3 OFF Windscreen wipers stationary. 100 Low windshield Automatic operation: the rain °C AUTO washer fluid level sensor adjusts the windscreen 60 140 wiper timing to the intensity of the rain. Releasing the lever stops the jet of fluid 50 110 °C 170 4 1 Slow continuous operation while the blades continue to wipe for a Km Km/h (lever pushed down to second short time. 0 1/2 1 216 000 click position). 2 Fast continuous operation (lever pushed down to third click Do not start the windscreen washer during the cold months until the windscreen has warmed up. If it 5 position). has not warmed up, the fluid could Lever up Fast temporary operation (auto- freeze on the glass and block the matic return). view. 6 Windscreen washer This is activated by pulling lever A towards the steering wheel (automatic return). When the windscreen washer is activated, the windscreen wiper starts automatically. 7 97

Rain sensor Turning the control clockwise, intermit- Rain sensor failure tent operation varies from a maximum In the event of a malfunction occurring The rain sensor automatically adjusts the (fast intermittent operation) to a mini- windscreen wiper timing to the intensity when the rain sensor is active, the wipers mum (slow intermittent operation). will be set to intermittent operation and of the rain during intermittent operation. the sensing range will be set by the driver, All functions controlled by the right-hand The rain sensor function is reset whether there is rain on the windscreen lever are unaffected. by turning the ignition switch to or not. In this case, we recommend that The rain sensor automatically activates position 0, and also by leaving the you deactivate the rain sensor and turn when the right-hand lever is moved to right-hand lever in position AUTO. To on the wipers, if necessary, in continuous AUTO and it has a range of adjustment reactivate it, turn the control to OFF mode. which runs from “wiper stationary” (when and then again to AUTO. the windscreen is dry) to “fast continuous Contact the Ferrari Service Network Before cleaning the front windscreen as soon as possible. operation” (with heavy rain). (for example in service stations) To regulate the frequency of intermittent make sure the rain sensor is deacti- operation, with the lever set to AUTO, vated or that the key is in position 0. turn the control C. The rain sensor must be deactivated also when washing the vehicle by hand or in automatic car washes. C In case of ice or snow on the front windscreen, do not activate the rain sensor to avoid damaging the wiper motor and/or blades. OFF AUTO 98

About your Vehicle 1 Driving the vehicle Before a trip Refilling Running-in Preliminary checks Use unleaded fuel only! The latest manufacturing techniques have allowed us to achieve high precision and Check the following at regular intervals and always before long trips: Using leaded fuel would permanent- ly damage the catalytic converters. 2 accuracy levels in the construction and - tyre pressure and condition For specifications and quantities of lubri- assembly of components. Nonetheless, the - levels of fluids and lubricants cants and fluids, refer to the “Refilling” vehicle movable parts undergo a settling - condition of the windscreen wiper table on page 26. process, basically during the first hours of operation. blades - proper functioning of the warning lights 3 Engine and transmission and external lights. Avoid exceeding 5,000 RPM for the first In any case, it is advisable to perform 1,000 km (620 mi). After starting, do not exceed 4,000 RPM until the engine has warmed up (oil tem- these checks at least every 1,000 km (620 mi), and to always comply with the maintenance schedule. 4 perature: 65-70°C/149-158°F). Do not let the engine run at a constantly It is also advisable to: high speed for a prolonged time. BEFORE YOU DRIVE - clean the glass covers of the external lights and all the glass surfaces 5 - properly adjust the mirrors, steering Check that the seat belts are fas- wheel, seats and seat belts. tened Check that the doors are closed Check that the seat is properly 6 adjusted Check the rear-view mirror adjust- ment (central and sides). 7 99

Starting and driving the vehicle When the driver-side door is opened, Operation with the engine off System start-up the system pump may activate for sev- The default setting for the F1 gearbox When the ignition key is turned to eral seconds. This function allows the is always “AUTO” mode. position II the gearbox display and all its system to be ready for operation when Every time the vehicle is started, the segments, as well as the relative failure the ignition key is inserted. F1 gearbox is in “Auto easy exit” mode warning light turn on. The warning light The failure warning light may also unless the vehicle was in “Automatic” will turn off if no problems are detected flash for a short time (10 seconds) and mode (page 106) when the engine was within a few seconds. then turn off: the system completes the turned off. The gear currently engaged will remain “start-up” phase and will then function To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode use highlighted on the display. correctly. Avoid entering any com- one of the two UP and DOWN pad- mands in the system during this stage. dles (while the vehicle is moving) or If the failure warning light continues press the AUTO button on the centre flashing without going off, turn off console. the system and restart. If the failure persists, contact the Ferrari Service Once the “System starting” stage has been Network to have the necessary completed, the gear engaged will appear checks performed. on the gearbox display: N (Neutral) If the warning remains on, it means that R (Reverse gear) there is a system failure. This condition will also be indicated by an acoustic alarm 1 (1st gear) when the ignition key is turned to posi- 2 (2nd gear), etc. tion II. If the indication flashes (this may also occur in N), the gear is not properly en- Contact the Ferrari Service Network gaged or disengaged. Request N and then to have the malfunction identified and the desired gear. repaired. If a horizontal dash appears on the display, there is a system failure. 100

About your Vehicle When the engine is switched off, 1st gear, 1 Also avoid unnecessary gearshifting reverse gear R and neutral N can be en- AUT O when the engine is off, in order to gaged. Holding the brake pedal depressed R prevent the system pump from over- 2 during the request, proceed as follows: LAU NCH R heating. N: pull both paddles behind the steering If the engine compartment lid is open wheel. or not properly closed, none of the gears can be engaged. When the vehicle is stationary, with the ���� �� Hold button R down until the letter driver-side door open or not properly closed and the brake pedal released, 3 R appears on the gearbox display. the system disengages the gear en- gaged after approximately two seconds. Immediately release the UP and DOWN paddles and button R as soon as the engaged gear appears on the gearbox display; a prolonged manoeu- Starting and warming up the engine 4 vre will cause the failure warning light - Ensure that the handbrake is engaged R: press button R on the central console. to come on (see page 91) and trigger and that the doors are closed. 1st gear: pull the UP lever towards the 5 the buzzer. - Hold the brake pedal down when start- steering wheel. Do not operate the system with the ing the engine. engine off to prevent the battery from - Do not push the accelerator pedal. discharging. - Turn the ignition key to position II and wait until the words Check OK are viewed on the TFT display. If the words Check OK do not appear, turn the key 6 back to position 0, wait a few seconds and repeat the procedure. 7 101

- The vehicle always starts in “Auto easy If the engine fails to start after several Starting the vehicle exit” mode unless it was turned off with attempts, contact the Ferrari Service the gearbox in “Automatic” mode. Network. With the engine started, the vehicle stand- ing and the brake pedal pushed, pull the - Press the ENGINE START button and Do not run the engine at high speed until right-hand UP lever towards the steering release it as soon as the engine starts. the engine oil temperature has reached at wheel to engage 1st gear. least 65-70°C (149-158°F), approximately. Use 1st gear for parking and hill starts. Release the brake pedal and press the ac- celerator to start off. As soon as a gearshift is requested (with the vehicle in motion), by using the UP or DOWN paddles, the system will exit the “Auto easy exit” mode. O AUT - After the engine has started, the words R ENGINE ON will be displayed. LAU NCH R Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for a long time. If the engine does not start, turn the key back to position 0 and wait until the gearbox display turns off before repeating the procedure. With the engine on and the vehicle stand- Hold the brake pedal down while ing, you can shift directly from 1st to R by starting the engine. pressing button R on the central console, and from reverse to 1st gear by pulling the UP lever towards the steering wheel. 102

About your Vehicle - the brake pedal is depressed for more 1 When reverse gear is engaged, an If the vehicle is stopped on an uphill than 10 minutes; acoustic safety signal beeps inter- stretch, do not use the accelerator mittently for the entire time that R - the door is opened without depressing pedal to keep it stationary. Use the remains engaged. the brake or the accelerator pedal; - the engine compartment lid is opened. brake and press the accelerator pedal only when ready to move. 2 If the system automatically engages The buzzer may also sound to warn 2nd gear when shifting from R to 1st gear, the driver that the clutch is starting If the accelerator pedal is fully depressed jamming has occurred on 1st gear. to overheat. This may occur if you very quickly when the CST system is off, Therefore, this is not a malfunction, as it falls within the system operation logic. use the accelerator pedal when the vehicle is stationary on a hill or dur- the vehicle will have a “performance” start with skidding of the driving wheels, even in good grip conditions. 3 For the same reason, when shifting from ing the “pick-up” manoeuvre. 1st gear to R, the system will automatically In these cases, you must release the accel- Gearshifting engage N if the gear has jammed. erator pedal and only use the brake pedal During prolonged stops with the engine running, it is advisable to keep the gear- shift in N. to keep the vehicle stationary or, where possible, start off immediately. UP-shifting Use the right-hand UP lever, even without 4 releasing the accelerator pedal. On downhill stretches, if you allow the Important An UP-shift request will not be accepted vehicle to move forward in N, when an - When the vehicle is stationary with a if engagement of the requested gear UP-shift is requested, the system will engage a gear in relation to the vehicle gear engaged, always hold the brake pedal pressed until you are ready to would force the engine to run at too low RPM (underrevving) or if an UP-shift is 5 speed. move. already in progress due to engine over- revving. Gearshifting will be increasingly - Do not “rev the engine” using the ac- faster as the performance requested by For safety reasons, the system activates celerator pedal to start off. the buzzer and automatically shifts to N when, with the vehicle stationary, the - Shift to reverse only when the vehicle has come to a complete stop and keep- the driver increases, i.e. as both the en- gine RPM and the travel of the accelerator pedal increase. 6 engine running and a gear engaged: ing the brake pedal depressed. In any event, it is advisable to: - the brake or the accelerator pedal is not depressed for more than 50 seconds; - Shift gears without releasing the accel- erator pedal if it is depressed. 7 103

- Wait until gearshifting has been com- - If a DOWN-shift is requested to start “N” (Neutral) request pleted before requesting the next shift overtaking, where rapid acceleration is With the engine running, pull both UP and avoid a rapid sequence of multiple required, press the accelerator pedal just and DOWN paddles towards the steering requests. before moving the lever. wheel at the same time without pressing - Wait until gearshifting is completed the brake pedal to request neutral “N”. UP-shifting due to engine overrevving before requesting the next one, avoiding If necessary, “N” can be requested at any The system “automatically” engages a a rapid sequence of multiple requests. speed. higher gear if the accelerator pedal is Subsequently, if an UP or DOWN shift is pressed and the engine approaches the DOWN-shifting due to engine underrevving requested, the system will engage the gear “runaway speed rate” (overrevving). - The system shifts down the gears “auto- most suited to the speed of the vehicle. matically”, if the engine runs below the This will not occur when the system minimum speed rate, set at 1,250 RPM. is in “RACE” and “CST OFF” driving mode. - The DOWN-shift request from the lever is ignored if gearshifting due to a too low engine RPM is already in progress. DOWN-shifting Sequential downshifting Use the left-hand DOWN lever, even without releasing the accelerator pedal. During deceleration, with the brake pedal pressed and the ABS system disabled, A DOWN-shift request is not accepted if sequential downshifting can be performed engagement of the requested gear would by holding the left-hand DOWN paddle force the engine beyond a certain RPM down. or if a DOWN-shift is already in progress due to a too low engine RPM. The gearshifting request is accepted until the second gear is engaged. In any event, it is advisable to: - Shift gears without releasing the accel- erator pedal if it is depressed. 104

About your Vehicle When F1-Superfast 2 gearshifting is avail- 1 F1-SuperFast 2 gearshifting Stopping the vehicle able, “F1-S” appears on the TFT display. Using the elastic power of the transmis- When the vehicle stops, the system auto- sion devices and the integrated electronic matically engages 1st gear unless Neutral management of engine and gearbox, the F1-SuperFast 2 system enhances vehicle 00:20AM 010°C 100 110 RACE has already been requested. With the vehicle stationary and the engine 2 performance. °C °C running, hold the brake pedal down until The different gearshifting stages (torque 60 140 50 170 you are ready to start off again. reduction and clutch disengagement, gear disengagement and engagement and subsequent clutch re-engagement) are 0 1/2 1 216 Km 000 Km/h 3 actuated in sequence. This results in extremely fast gearshifting which drops down to 60 ms (measured as F1-SuperFast 2 gearshifting is not avail- “acceleration gap”). F1-SuperFast 2 gearshifting activates only able in the following conditions: - driving mode control switch set to ICE 4 in the following conditions: or Low-grip; - driving mode control switch set to - engine speed below 5,000 RPM or accel- SPORT, RACE, or CST OFF; erator pedal not pressed beyond specific - engine speed over 5,000 RPM and ac- celerator pedal pressed beyond specific threshold; - lateral acceleration > 0.9 g; 5 threshold; - marked skidding of the rear wheels; - lateral acceleration < 0.9 g; - traction control activated; - no traction control; - engine water temperature > 70°C and engine oil temperature > 15°C. - engine water temperature < 70°C and engine oil temperature < 15°C. 6 7 105

Turning off the engine and If this is the case, the failure warning light deactivating the system will come on (see page 91) and, before AUT O A starting off again, the system and the dis- The engine can be turned off either with play must be turned off and the “Starting” LA UNC H R the gearshift in N or a gear engaged. procedure repeated. After turning the ignition key from posi- In any event, it is advisable to: tion II to position 0, the gearbox display - turn off the engine and the system, hold- will remain on for a few more seconds to ing the brake pedal depressed display the engaged gear. If the gearshift is in N, a buzzer will sound. - do not request a gearshift while the system is being turned off. Do not start the vehicle before the gearbox display has turned off. Other system functions Never leave the vehicle with the “Automatic gearbox” mode gearbox in N but engage a gear (1st or R), check that the display does The “Automatic gearbox” mode is ena- not flash and always apply the hand- bled/disabled by pressing the AUTO A brake. Never leave the vehicle with button on the centre console. the engine running. When the “Automatic” mode is enabled, Never remove the key when the the word “auto” appears on the gearbox vehicle is moving! The system and display. the display will remain active, but malfunctioning, until the vehicle is 00:20AM 010°C stopped. In addition, the steering 100 110 wheel will lock automatically with °C °C the first turn of the steering wheel. 60 140 50 170 auto Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 106

About your Vehicle When the “Automatic Gearbox” mode “Launch Control” strategy for performance 1 is enabled, the system will automatically starting UP-shift and DOWN-shift according to Use Launch Control only on a closed 2 vehicle speed, engine revs and the torque/ loop race track. power request of the driver. IN ADDITION, Launch Control When you are in “Automatic” mode, you must only be used if the driver is can however manually shift gears using thoroughly acquainted with the the UP and DOWN paddles. The system vehicle and has full control over it. remains in “Automatic” mode: this is indicated by the word “auto” that remains on the gearbox display in flashing mode Control of and acquaintance with the vehicle can only be achieved by duly attending the driving courses 3 when the paddles are used. In this mode the system will automatically organised and held by Ferrari. When the vehicle is stationary, an “N”, UP-shift and DOWN-shift according to When the Launch Control strategy is 1st gear or “R” request will not change the the vehicle speed, the engine RPM and used, the CST system is temporarily mode from “Automatic” to “Manual”. the torque/power requested by the driver. To exit the “Auto easy exit” mode and deactivated. The F1 gearbox system includes a 4 “Auto easy exit” mode go to “Manual” mode, operate the UP “Launch Control” strategy for optimised Every time the vehicle is started, the or DOWN paddle (while the vehicle is standing starts in performance driving gearbox starts in “Auto easy exit” mode moving) or press the AUTO button on the conditions. unless it was in “Automatic” mode when the engine was turned off. In this case, centre console. If you then request “Automatic” mode by To start the vehicle in “Launch Control” mode, do the following: 5 it remains in “Automatic” mode the next pressing the AUTO button, the system will time the engine is started. use all the “Automatic gearbox” gearshift- - with the car stationary and the gearbox ing features. in “Manual” mode, depress the brake Activation is signalled by the word “auto”, and an arrow on the gearbox display. pedal and engage 1st gear - press the LAUNCH button B on the 6 centre console. 7 107

Never leave children unattended in This procedure should be avoided un- the vehicle. AUT O less there is an emergency situation! A Do not park the vehicle on flamma- H LAUNC R ble materials (e.g. paper, grass, dry Restarting the engine leaves, etc.). They could catch fire if they come into contact with hot parts If the engine is turned off accidentally, of the exhaust system. B restart it using the ENGINE START but- Do not leave the vehicle unattended ton turning the key to 0 and then to II with the engine running. (Ignition); the engine will start immedi- ately. In these conditions, the letter “L” will flash on the gearbox display: the driver can now accelerate, while maintaining the Parking vehicle stationary with the brake pedal, until the desired RPM for the standing Apply the handbrake, engage 1st gear start is reached (usually maximum torque whether facing uphill or downhill, turn RPM). When the brake pedal is released, the wheels inwards and switch off the the best standing start performance is engine. achieved thanks to an optimised clutch engagement strategy. As the 1st gear is the most reduced, it is more suited to use the engine as a brake. Push start When parking on a steep slope, use a In the event that the ignition system mal- wedge or rock to block the wheels. functions, you can “push start” the vehicle Never leave the ignition key in position II. as follows: Always remove the key when you get out - perform the “system starting” procedure of the vehicle. (see page 100); - as the vehicle is gaining speed, request an UP-shift with the gearshift in N. 108

About your Vehicle The system will only operate cor- The rear parking sensors are automatically 1 Parking sensors rectly if the sensors on the bumpers activated when the key is in position II To help the driver when parking, the are free of mud, dirt, snow or ice. and reverse gear is engaged. When the vehicle is fitted with four sensors in the 2 When approaching obstacles in front of rear sensors are activated, an acoustic rear bumper (rear parking sensors). The signal warns the driver that the system vehicle can be fitted on request with four or behind the vehicle, the parking sensors inform the driver of the distance between has been activated. If the vehicle is also sensors in the front and rear bumpers equipped with front sensors, these can be (front and rear parking sensors). the vehicle and the obstacle by way of acoustic signals, which become more activated or deactivated by pressing but- ton A on the centre console. 3 frequent as the obstacle approaches, and visual signals in area B of the TFT display. By supplementing the driver's direct visual information with that provided by the system acoustic signals and visual warnings, potential collisions can be avoided when parking. It is the driver, however, who holds 12 V A 4 full responsibility for parking manoeuvres and other potentially P ON dangerous situations. The system has EN CK OP LO 5 UN only been designed as an aid during CK LO parking manoeuvres since it detects obstacles that are outside the driver's field of vision. The sensors are therefore not a sub- stitute for the driver's care and atten- tion when parking and checking for the presence of persons or objects. 6 7 109

“Stop and Go” function Indication of obstacles If an obstacle is detected at medium The “Stop & Go” function, available The parking sensor system emits acoustic distance in the central front part, it will be on vehicles with front and rear parking signals as soon as an obstacle is detected displayed as shown below (orange). sensors, automatically activates the front which become more frequent as the sensors when vehicle speed is 10 km/h obstacle approaches. The acoustic signal 00:20AM 010°C (6 mph) or below. This system has been stops immediately if the distance from designed to assist the driver in certain the obstacle increases whereas the tone traffic conditions (e.g. tailbacks) and cycle remains constant if the measured signals when the minimum distance is distance from the central sensors remains reached between the vehicle and the unchanged. vehicle in front. The vehicle symbol and sensor detection Km Km/h To activate or deactivate the system, call zones appear on the TFT display: these 0 1/2 1 216 000 up the MENU page, select the items “Car zones indicate which part of the vehicle setup”, “Parking sensor”, and select one of is approaching an obstacle (if front or If an obstacle is detected at minimum the two options, “ON” or “OFF”. rear and if left, right or central) and the distance in the central front part, it will be distance from the obstacle (maximum, displayed as shown below (red). medium or minimum). If an obstacle is detected at maximum distance in the central front part, it will be 00:20AM 010°C displayed as shown below (green). 00:20AM 010°C Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 Km Km/h 0 1/2 1 216 000 110

About your Vehicle If the front sensors are deactivated or not If the parking sensor system symbols are For the repainting of bumpers or retouch- 1 present, the display does not show the being displayed and an event occurs that ing the paintwork in the sensor area, symbols in the front. In the same way, if needs to be displayed as an icon and/or contact the Ferrari Service Network. If 2 front sensors are fitted and the rear ones special message, the symbol is moved paint is applied incorrectly, it may stop the are not activated, the display only shows from the centre of the display to the right parking sensors from working properly. the symbols in the front. If all the sensors as shown below. are activated, the system can give several Sensing range pieces of information at the same time: The sensors allow the system to monitor if an obstacle is detected at a maximum 00:20AM 010°C distance in the front central part and at a minimum distance in the rear right part, it Warning: danger of ice the rear and front of the vehicle: their position covers the central and side areas of the vehicle. 3 will be displayed as shown below. If an obstacle is in the central area, it is detected at distances of approximately 1.40 m (55.1 in) depending on the type of 00:20AM 010°C 0 1/2 1 Km 216 Km/h 000 obstacle and its size. If an obstacle is in the side area, it is 4 detected at distances of less than 0.8 m Cleaning the sensors (31.5 in). 0 1/2 1 Km 216 000 Km/h When cleaning the sensors, be very care- ful not to scratch or damage them and avoid using dry, rough or hard cloths. 5 The sensors must be washed with clean water and car shampoo added if neces- sary. In car washes that use steam jet or high pressure water cleaning equipment, quickly clean the sensors keeping the noz- 6 zle at a distance of at least 10 cm (4 in). 7 111

Failure signals If the failure buzzer continues, contact the The driver is fully responsible for The system ECU checks all the com- Ferrari Service Network to have the parking and other potentially dan- ponents each time the reverse gear is system checked. gerous manoeuvres. During these engaged. manoeuvres, always make sure there The sensors are able to detect ob- are no people (especially children) A parking sensor system failure will be stacles with reasonably large, even or animals in the manoeuvring signalled on the TFT display. surfaces (e.g.: poles with diameters of area. The parking sensors must be over 60 mm (2.4 in), walls, barriers, considered an aid for the driver who, trees). Detection is not optimum with in any case, must never take less care 00:20AM 010°C RACE obstacles with sharp projections or Parking sensor LAP time during potentially dangerous ma- failure best: 00.00.00 uneven surfaces. noeuvres, even if they are performed last: 00.00.00 speed max at low speeds. best: 000 last: 000 During parking manoeuvres, always take the utmost care as there may be Km Km/h obstacles located above or underneath 0 1/2 1 216 000 the sensors. Objects located near the rear of the vehicle are not always detected by the If there is a failure signal, stop the vehicle system and may therefore damage the and turn the ignition key to position 0. vehicle or be damaged themselves. Try cleaning the sensors or moving the vehicle away from any possible ultrasound The signals transmitted by the sensors sources (e.g. pneumatic truck brakes or can also be altered by damage to the pneumatic hammers) and turn the igni- sensors or by dirt, snow or ice on the tion key back to position II. In this way, sensors or even by ultrasound systems if the cause of malfunctioning has been (e.g. pneumatic truck brakes or pneu- corrected, the system will start operating matic hammers) in the vicinity. correctly again and the failure buzzer will stop. 112

About your Vehicle - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat - Good personal physical conditions en- 1 Safe driving lightly before driving: avoid heavy meals sure you can drive long distances safely. For safe driving, it is essential that the before a trip. driver be aware of the best driving tech- Driving under the influence of niques suited to various circumstances. Always try to prevent dangerous situations - Do not drink alcoholic drinks before and during the journey. drugs, some medicines and alcohol is dangerous to yourself and others as well as contravening road regula- 2 by driving with caution. At regular intervals, check the following: tions and legal norms. Before you drive - Tyre pressure and condition Travelling without your seat belt - Adjust the position of the seat, steering wheel and rear-view mirrors, in order to - Engine oil level - Engine coolant level and system condi- fastened increases the risk of serious injury and death in the event of a collision. Always fasten seat belts 3 obtain the best driving position. tion and use child seats, if present. - Adjust the backrest so that your chest is - Brake fluid level Deactivate the passenger’s airbag upright and your head is as close to the (where possible) if a child seat is 4 - Steering fluid level headrest as possible. fitted on the front seat. - Windscreen washer fluid level. - Carefully adjust the headrest so that Do not travel with objects lying on your head, and not the neck, is resting the floor, especially in front of the against it. Ensure that nothing (e.g. mat While travelling driver’s seat: in the event of braking, covers, etc.) is blocking the pedals. - Caution is the number one rule for safe these could slide under the pedals, - Check that the lights and headlights are working properly. driving, which also means you should take other people’s behaviour into con- making it impossible to brake or accelerate. 5 sideration. - Ensure that any child restraint systems Additionally, ensure that any loose (e.g. child seats, cradles etc.) are prop- - Follow the Road Regulations of the floor mats sit correctly. erly fixed on the passenger seat. country in which you are driving, and 6 always respect the speed limit. Water, ice and salt spread on icy roads may deposit on the brake discs - Always make sure that the driver and and reduce the efficiency of the passengers have their seat belts fastened initial braking. and that all children are travelling in suitable child seats. 7 113

- Make regular stops to loosen up your - Use the high beams only outside of - Drive through puddles at low speed limbs and refresh yourself, and avoid urban areas and when you are sure that to avoid losing control of the vehicle driving for hours on end. they will not disturb other drivers. (“aquaplaning”): if this occurs, grip the - Keep a constant air circulation in the - Turn off the high beams when you see steering wheel firmly. passenger compartment. oncoming vehicles and use the low If the road is wet, reduce your speed - Never coast downhill with the engine beams. to avoid “aquaplaning” (during off: in these conditions the engine brake, - Keep the lights and headlights clean. which the tyre no longer touches servo brake and power steering are inef- the road surface. This is due to the - Watch out for animals crossing the road fact that, when the road is very wet ficient, braking requires greater pressure when travelling outside urban areas. on the pedal and steering will be harder. and vehicle speed is high, because of their particular shape or insufficient Driving in the rain depth, the side channels of the tyre Driving at night tread are not capable of removing Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous When you are travelling at night, follow situations. all of the water channelled so that a these fundamental rules: All manoeuvres are more difficult on a layer of water is placed between the - Reduce speed, particularly on dark wet road since tyres have significantly road surface and the tyre. The fluid roads. less grip on the road. This means that the pressure generated is so high that it braking distances increase considerably supports the vehicle's weight making - Driving conditions are more demanding and road-holding decreases. it virtually impossible for the driver at night, so take particular care. to control the vehicle). - If you start feeling tired or sleepy, stop Below is some advice for driving in the rain: - Use the ventilation system to demist the immediately: to continue driving would windscreen (see page 129) and avoid be a risk for yourself and for others. - Keep a greater safety distance between visibility problems. Continue only after you have had a rest. yourself and the other vehicles and reduce your speed. - Periodically check the condition of the - At night, it is difficult to judge the speed windscreen wiper blades. of vehicles in front of you as you can - When it is raining very hard, visibility only see their taillights: keep at a greater is also reduced. In these cases, to make safety distance than you would during yourself more visible to others, turn on the day. the low beams even during the day. 114

About your Vehicle - Avoid sudden acceleration and sharp 1 Driving in fog Driving on mountain roads Whenever possible, avoid travelling if changes in direction. Below is some advice for driving on steep there is thick fog. If you have to drive in mountain roads: - During the winter season, even appar- misty conditions, or if there is thick fog or fog banks, follow these rules: - To prevent the brakes from overheating when driving downhill, use the engine ently dry roads can have icy sections. Therefore, be careful when driving along 2 - Keep a moderate speed. to brake by engaging a lower gear. stretches of road in the shade as there - Turn on the low beams, also during the may be icy patches. - Never coast downhill or drive downhill day, and use the rear fog light. Avoid with the engine off or in neutral, nor using the high beams. On stretches where visibility is good, with the ignition key removed from the steering column. 3 turn off the rear fog light, it may be - Drive at a moderate speeds and do not annoying for the occupants of the “cut” corners. vehicles behind you. - Remember that overtaking uphill is - Remember that fog makes the road damp and therefore all manoeuvres are more slower and requires a longer free stretch of road. If you are overtaken when driv- 4 difficult and braking distances are longer. ing uphill, ensure that the other vehicle - Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in can pass easily. front of you. - As far as possible, avoid suddenly changing speed and direction. Driving on snowy or icy roads Below is some advice for driving in these 5 - As far as possible, avoid overtaking. conditions: - In the event of an emergency stop, (e.g. - Keep a very moderate speed. failures, inability to proceed due to poor visibility conditions, etc.) try to free the main driving lane. Then turn on the - Keep a safe distance from the vehicles in front of you. 6 - Fit snow tyres approved for the vehicle. hazard warning lights and, if possible, - Given the poor grip, use the engine the low beams. On approaching another brake as much as possible and avoid vehicle, sound the horn rhythmically. sudden braking. 7 115

Driving with the “ABS” braking system The ABS system assists the driver as fol- lows: - It prevents the wheels from locking and skidding during emergency braking, particularly in low grip conditions. - It allows braking and changing direction at the same time. This feature is affected by the physical limits and lateral grip of the tyres. - 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 release the pedal but continue to push it to give continu- ity to the braking action. - The ABS prevents the wheels from lock- ing, but it does not increase the physical limits of grip between the tyres and the road: keep a safe distance from the vehicles ahead and reduce speed before curves. 116

About your Vehicle There are five modes available, which previous level; the standard Bosch 1 Driving using the driving mode control switch (“Manettino”) correspond to the grip level (from low ASR system is activated instead of to high) and consequently to the level of the F1-Trac function. The driving mode control switch A on the 2 driving assistance required (from high to SPORT mode steering wheel allows the driver to use the none). The “SPORT” mode is the best set- vehicle potential in a quick and intuitive ting for daily road use. This mode way. ICE mode is designed to ensure stability only In “ICE” mode, performance is in medium-high grip conditions. The suspension damping shifts to a � significantly reduced in favour of maximum stability which is es- sential in very low grip conditions higher level to maximise perform- ance, handling and stability at high 3 (snow or ice). Stability and traction speed. The CST also shifts to a dif- control (CST) is at maximum level ferent level without overreducing (Level 1). The F1 gearbox prevents engine power and offers the driver high speeds and abrupt gearshift- ing to avoid skidding and wheel greater driving freedom. RACE mode 4 locking. Suspension damping is The “RACE” mode should be used optimised to provide the best on the race track. Gearshifting fa- possible absorption; the standard vours the racing style of the vehicle Bosch ASR system is activated instead of the F1-Trac function. whereas the CST shifts to Level 3 (engine power reductions are mini- mal) and the suspension becomes 5 Low-grip Mode “Low-grip” mode ensures stability even stiffer. This mode is designed on dry as well as on wet roads. to ensure stability on the race track 6 It is therefore recommended for in high grip conditions. low grip conditions (e.g. rain) and on slippery or extremely uneven roads, but also to enhance comfort during city driving. The CST and suspension damping remain at the 7 117

Use of the vehicle on the race Every time the engine is started, the track: after each start, cover the first CST system starts up. straight stretch of the track (at least 500 meters/0.3 mi) at a constant speed so that the traction control When the brake pedal is pressed, trac- system and the ABS can calculate tion control is activated via the VDC exactly the grip available and the system (vehicle dynamics control via diameter of the tyres (the calculation the braking system). is reset every time the engine stops). If this procedure is not followed, system performance may be reduced. CST OFF mode In “CST OFF” mode the CST system is disabled. The only aux- iliary systems still active are those that cannot be deactivated such as ABS and EBD and the driver is allowed complete freedom and control of the vehicle for track use. The gearshift mode and suspen- sion damping are the same as the “RACE” mode. In low- to medium-grip conditions (e.g. wet, icy, sandy roads), do not deactivate the CST system. 118

About your Vehicle To facilitate steering wheel release, turn 1 Ignition switch the steering wheel slightly in both direc- The ignition key can be turned to 2 posi- tions while turning the ignition key. tions: Position 0 - Stop Engine off, key removable. Position II - Ignition 2 Turning the key to this position, the TFT display will check the signals coming from the vehicle systems. If no malfunctions are found after start- ing up, the words “Check OK” will be 3 displayed. Never remove the key when the vehicle is moving! �� The steering wheel will lock on the first steer. 4 Always remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the � vehicle! Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. 5 When the key is even only partially ex- tracted, the steering column is locked. The hazard warning lights and the park- ing lights can be activated. 6 7 119

Handbrake lever 00:20AM 010 To engage the handbrake, pull the lever A fully upwards, until the rear wheels lock. 100 °C C 60 140 0 1/2 B To release the handbrake, slightly pull the lever upwards and press the release A button C. Lower the lever fully while pressing the button down. With the ignition key in position II, the The warning light will turn off when the warning light B comes on to indicate that handbrake is fully released. the handbrake is engaged. Always apply the handbrake when the vehicle is parked. After hearing a series of clicks when pulling the handbrake lever, the ve- hicle should be blocked. If this is not the case, please contact the Ferrari Service Network. 120

About your Vehicle 1 Seat adjustment Super Racing seat The seat position can be adjusted using As with all adjustment, seat adjust- the special controls. ment must be performed when the vehicle is stationary. Backward/forward adjustment 2 Correct adjustment is very important for enhanced driving comfort and maximum Pull lever D up and slide the seat forward efficiency of the passive safety systems. or backward to the desired position. Release the lever and rock gently back and forth the seat to check that it is securely locked. 3 The backward/forward adjust- ment must consider the fact that E airbag devices are placed in front of the driver and the passenger (see page 37). 4 Correct adjustment ensures there is Seat backrest inclination and tilting adequate space between the airbag Hold lever E up, adjust the seat back rake and the driver/passenger. until it reaches the required position and then release lever E. To tilt the seat, pull lever E up. 5 D 6 7 121

Electrically adjustable seat (optional) seat cushion; push the rear end of the Use control C to adjust the seat cush- control up or down to adjust the inclina- ion sides. Push the control on the seat The seat position can be electrically ad- tion of the rear part of the seat cushion. symbols to increase or decrease the seat justed using controls A, B, C and D. cushion side supports. Use control D to adjust the seat back- rest sides. Push the control on the seat symbols to increase or decrease lateral bolstering of the backrest. � � � � Three adjustments are possible using Use control B to adjust the seat backrest control A: inclination. Push the control forward - forward/backward adjustment: push the or backward to adjust the seat backrest control forward or backward inclination. - height adjustment: push the control up or down - seat inclination (tilting): push the front end of the control up or down to adjust the inclination of the front part of the 122

About your Vehicle Driver’s seat position memory Lumbar support adjustment will not be Tilting the backrest 1 (Full Electric option) memorised with the seat position. Press button X to tip the backrest forward. This device allows you to memorise and The memorisation of a new seat position recall three different seat positions. You can memorise the seat position only cancels the one previously stored with the same button. 2 when the ignition is in position II. To recall one of the memorised positions After adjusting the seats by means of the when the door is open, press button 1, 2 controls described above, push one of the or 3 (E) for about 3 seconds. X three buttons 1, 2 or 3 (E), each corre- sponding to a memorisable position, until you hear a double confirmation tone. To recall the memorised position with the door closed, press the relative button until 3 you hear the tone indicating that the seat has stopped. 4 Lumbar support adjustment Use control F for lumbar support ad- E justment. Push the control on the seat symbols to increase or decrease lumbar support. Press button X before returning the F backrest to its original position. 5 6 7 123

Seat heating system (Full Electric option) Adjusting the steering wheel Turn control F to activate the seat heating Do not adjust the steering wheel function. when the vehicle is moving. When this function is active for one or more seats, the relative warning light on The steering wheel can be electrically B the instrument panel comes on. adjusted for rake and reach. Using control F, the driver can adjust the Move control B (to the left of the steering heating, choosing from 3 levels identi- column) in the four directions to adjust fied on the control with the numbers 1, the steering wheel (only when the igni- 2 and 3. tion key is in position II). On vehicles fitted with Full Electric seats, the position of the steering wheel is memorised together with the position of the external rear-view mirrors when the driver’s seat position is memorised. To help the driver when entering or exit- ing the vehicle, the steering wheel is lifted � automatically. 124

About your Vehicle By pressing button C you can activate/de- 2) Mirror positioning: move control E in 1 Rear-view mirrors activate the electrochromic mode. When the four directions (up – down – right Internal electrochromic mirror the electrochromic mode is activated, the – left) to adjust the selected mirror. Hold the internal rear-view mirror and 2 green LED D comes on. move it to the required position. The internal rear-view mirror has an External rear-view mirrors electrochromic mirror that automatically These mirrors can be electrically adjusted darkens to reduce the dazzling effect using control E (with the ignition key in of the reflected light on the driver. The speed with which the mirror darkens depends on the intensity of the light. position II) and are equipped with defog- ging elements. 3 1) Mirror selection: turn control E to the left or right lock position to select the mirror that requires adjusting. E 4 Once adjustment is complete, move control E into the upper central position 5 where it will be locked in order to avoid changing the setting inadvertently. The mirrors will yield in both directions 6 E in the event of a collision: if necessary, the mirrors can be pushed both backwards and forwards. 7 125

On models fitted with memory seats, every time the seat position is memorised, the external rear-view mirror position is also automatically memorised both for normal forward driving and reversing. To memorise a new position of the exter- nal 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 possible visibility to perform the manoeuvre, then disengage reverse gear. Finally, press one of the buttons 1, 2 or 3 on the seat (see page 123), each one corresponding to a memorisable posi- tion, until a double tone confirms that the procedure is complete. The new position of the external rear-view mirrors will be automatically memorised together with the seat position. In addition, the mirror positions can be adjusted for both the normal travelling direction and for reverse manoeuvring. The mirrors must always be in the open position while driving. 126

About your Vehicle Controls 1 Air conditioning and heating Air conditioning control switch B system A Left-hand temperature setting Released (LED off) B Air conditioning compressor activa- 2 Operating modes The air conditioner is on. tion/deactivation The air is cooled and/or only dehu- Automatic C Left-hand air distribution setting midified according to the tempera- This mode automatically adjusts the air D Windscreen defogging/demisting ture set. distribution, temperature and ventilation E Fan speed adjustment levels according to the temperature set by Pressed (LED on) the user. F Recirculation function G Right-hand air distribution setting The air conditioner is off. However, heating is still enabled 3 Partially Automatic H Rear window and external rear-view and will activate according to the This mode allows the user to adjust mirrors defogging/demisting temperature set. certain parameters manually, while others I Right-hand temperature setting remain automatic. Manual J Residual heat function. Air conditioning control switches C and G 4 This mode allows the user to set the val- Starting They can operate in two modes: ues to suit the passengers’ needs. Fully automatic management: turn con- 5 trols C, E and G to the “AUT”position. Automatic “AUT” The air flow distribution is control- � � � � � Deactivation led by the electronic system, de- Deactivate the compressor by pressing pending on the ambient conditions button B and turning the (fan speed) and the temperature set. control E to “OFF” Manual This is used to direct the air flow in 6 the six positions of the respective � � � � � areas (driver-passenger). 7 127

Temperature setting controls A and I Residual heat function J Air recirculation switch F They are used to set the desired This function allows the user to Released (LED off) temperature in the passenger com- maintain the temperature set for the The air flow comes from the outside. partment. passenger compartment for a spe- When outside temperatures exceed The “LO” and “HI” (minimum and cific time (15 minutes), even after 32°C, the air recirculation feature maximum, respectively) air tem- the key has been turned to 0 remains on with a 60-second pause perature settings are activated at the To activate this function, press the every twenty minutes, to refresh opposite end positions. “REST” before turning the key to 0. the air. The system will use the hot water If you activate the windscreen Fan speed control E recirculation pump and the first fan washer function, the air recirculation speed to maintain the temperature. It has three operating modes: feature activates for 20 seconds, to prevent any smell of detergent prod- Automatic “AUT” ucts from entering the passenger The air flow is controlled by the compartment. electronic system, according to the selected temperature to be reached Pressed (LED on) and maintained. The air flow comes from inside the passenger compartment. Manual “OFF” The recirculation increases air heat- Turn the control to this position to ing or cooling. turn off the air conditioning and to only allow air inlet from the outside Prolonged use is not advisable. when the vehicle is moving. Fan speed The four setting positions allow the occupants to select the air flow rate. 128

About your Vehicle Once the internal temperature has stabi- 1 Windscreen defogging/demisting switch D lised at the desired level, you are advised not to change the position of the tempera- Press this switch (LED on) to 2 ture selection switch unless the external activate windscreen defogging/de- temperature changes drastically. misting. To deactivate this feature, press the The air coming out of the vents does switch again (LED off). not correspond to the temperature requested by the user, but is the Defogging/demisting switch for rear window and external rear-view temperature required to maintain the desired temperature inside the pas- 3 senger compartment. mirrors G Press this switch (LED on) to acti- vate the rear window and rear-view mirror defogging/demisting. 4 If it is not deactivated within thirty minutes after activation, this func- tion deactivates automatically. It is however advisable to deactivate it once the defogging/demisting 5 process is complete. 6 7 129

Adjusting the air vents Maintenance The adjustable air vents are positioned on The pollen filter must be replaced every the sides and in the central section of the year, as indicated in the “Maintenance dashboard. Schedule”. Directing the air flow A. Sun radiation sensor Air flow rate B. Turned counterclockwise: open. This sensor is positioned on the dash- board and optimises ventilation and Turned clockwise: closed. temperature control inside the passenger compartment according to the incidence angle of the sun rays. B A It is advisable to keep the air flow rate B set to open and to direct the air flow to a neutral position A. 130

About your Vehicle To access the glove compartment, push To close the glove compartment, push the 1 Passenger compartment the button A on central console. upper end until you hear the click of the accessories side locks. The glove compartment is illuminated by Glove compartment It is located on the passenger’s side of a light which turns on automatically when the door is opened. Underneath the dashboard, in line with the external edge of the glove compart- ment, there is a safety string B for manual 2 the dashboard, and it is always accessible Keep the glove compartment closed when the key is in position II, and for ap- while driving. opening in an emergency. prox. ten minutes after the key is removed or turned to position 0. 12 V 3 � ON P N PE O CK 4 LO UN K OC A L 5 6 7 131

12V power socket Use the power socket to connect the Sun visors The power socket D on the centre console tyre repair and inflation kit in an The sun visors can be adjusted by moving can be used to power small electrical emergency ONLY for the amount of them downwards. There is a map pocket I appliances such as mobile phones, lights, time strictly necessary. on the back of the sun visor. vacuum cleaner and any other accessory with absorption not exceeding 140 Watts Pocket-change compartments and a voltage of no more than 12 Volts. They are located on the lower part of the doors and on the centre console. C I V 12 ON P EN OP CK LO UN CK LO Prolonged use of this device may discharge the battery. OPEN ON 12V P UNLOCK Do not try to insert plugs into the LOCK power socket that are not the right size and shape. 132

About your Vehicle Handheld fire extinguisher (optional) 1 The vehicle can be equipped on request with a handheld fire extinguisher fitted with special mounting brackets to the sill on the passenger side. 2 Powder charged, it has a capacity of 2 kg (nominal discharge time 8 seconds); it does not contain CFCs. Periodically check the correct pressure and the charge status on the pressure gauge. 3 The extinguisher must always be hooked onto the mounting brackets. If not used, we recommend removing the entire de- vice to free the passenger footwell of the mounting brackets. 4 To use the fire extinguisher, follow the instructions on the extinguisher. 5 6 7 133

1. General 2. Safety 3. About your Vehicle 4. Advice for Emergency Situations 5. Care of the Vehicle 6. Glossary 7. Table of Contents

Toolkit Replacing the headlight bulbs Replacing the taillight bulbs Replacing other light bulbs Replacing a fuse Replacing a wheel Towing Battery master switch Checking the battery Engine malfunction alarm devices

In the event of repairs performed us- Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit Tears on the sides of the tyre cannot ing the toolkit provided, you must: Stored in the luggage compartment, it be repaired. Do not use the tyre - have suitable personal protection can be used in the event of a puncture or repair kit if the tyre is damaged after devices (e.g. gloves) low tyre pressure to repair and/or inflate driving with a flat tyre. - take suitable precautions (e.g. a tyre enough to continue the journey If the wheel rim is damaged and when changing a tyre, never lie un- safely. has caused an air leakage, the tyre der the vehicle raised on the jack) cannot be repaired. Do not remove For correct use of the repair and foreign objects (screws or nails) that - have the minimum and specific inflation kit, refer to the instruction have penetrated the tyre. skills required for working with manual supplied with the kit. electrical parts/components (e.g. After using the repair kit, the vehicle the battery). Give the instruction booklet supplied must however be considered to be with the kit to the personnel that will in an emergency situation: drive with the utmost care (maximum Toolkit have to deal with the tyre treated permissible speed 80 km/h - with the repair kit. Tool bag 50 mph). In the event of a puncture caused by Stored in the luggage compartment, it small objects, tyres can be repaired Place the sticker where it can easily contains the tools required for emergency with tears or holes that have up to be seen by the driver to indicate that repair jobs: a 4 mm diameter on the tyre tread the tyre has been repaired using the and shoulder. tyre repair kit. • pair of cotton gloves Drive carefully especially on bends. • insulated cutting pliers Do not suddenly accelerate or brake. • screwdriver for slotted and crosshead screws The kit is to be used to temporar- ily repair only one tyre punctured • tow hook by small objects: the kit may not be • set of fuses useful in the case of large punctures • pliers for removing fuses. or tearing. 136

Advice for Emergency Situations The spray contains ethylene glycol Replace the spray can containing 1 After driving for approximately and latex. the expired liquid sealant. Do not 10 minutes, stop and recheck the tyre The latex may cause an allergic dispose of the spray can in normal pressure. 2 reaction, is harmful if swallowed domestic waste. Dispose of in ac- Remember to apply the parking brake. cordance with national and local and is irritating to eyes. May cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin regulations. If pressure has dropped to below 1.8 bar, stop driving: the kit cannot contact. Avoid contact with eyes, skin The sealant in the kit cartridge can guarantee a tight seal because and clothing. In case of contact, rinse damage the sensor inside the wheel immediately with plenty of water. If rim on vehicles fitted with a tyre the tyre is too severely damaged. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. swallowed, do not induce vomiting, rinse mouth, drink plenty of water pressure monitoring system. If this occurs, the sensor must be re- 3 and seek immediate medical advice. placed. Contact the Ferrari Service If, on the other hand, the pressure Keep out of reach of children. The is at least 1.8 bar, pump the tyre up Network. product should not be used by to the correct pressure and continue driving. asthma sufferers. Do not inhale vapours during use. In the event of Wear the protective gloves supplied with the tyre repair kit. 4 Head for the nearest Ferrari an allergic reaction, seek immediate Service Network driving very medical advice. Store the spray can Useful accessories carefully. in its special case away from sources In addition to the tools supplied with the 5 The repaired tyre must be of heat. vehicle, the hazard warning triangle and replaced as soon as possible and The liquid sealant has an expiry fluorescent safety jacket should always the workshop personnel must be date: the expiry date is indicated on be kept on board, in order to signal informed that the tyre was treated the kit. hazardous situations in compliance with with tyre repair fluid. applicable legislation. Keep the kit in its box and out of children's reach. 6 Do not inhale or swallow the fluid contained in the cartridge and avoid contact with the skin and eyes. 7 137

Replacing the headlight bulbs Replacing the front turn indicator and position To replace the front turn indicator bulb, light bulbs proceed as follows: • detach the connector B; Before replacing a light bulb in the headlights, ensure that the relative fuse is intact. Turn the battery master switch to OFF. Turn the wheels completely inwards, then undo the screws A and extract the panel in the wheelhouse outwards. � � The low/high beams are equipped with bi-xenon light bulbs. • turn the bulb holder counterclockwise For replacement of the high and low and extract it from its seat; beam light bulbs, contact the Ferrari Service Network. For aiming the headlight beam, please contact the Ferrari Service Network. 138

Advice for Emergency Situations To replace the position light bulb, pro- 1 ceed as follows: � • remove the rubber cover D from the � headlight; 2 3 • remove the bulb C by pulling it out- � • replace the pressure-fitted bulb E; 4 wards; • refit the bulb holder in its seat; • fit the new bulb by fully pushing it into • refit the rubber cover D. place; • refit the bulb holder in its seat and turn • grip the bulb holder by its tab and Refit the panel into the wheelhouse. 5 it clockwise until it locks; remove it from its seat; • refit the connector. Reconnect the battery (see page 140). 6 7 139

Replacing the side turn indicator bulbs Replacing the taillight bulbs • Remove the transparent cover I of the indicator, taking care not to damage the bodywork. • Remove the bulb L by rotating it and removing it from the bulb holder M. • Replace the bulb and refit the transpar- ent cover. • remove the bulb holder B; � � � Before replacing a light bulb in the � headlights, ensure that the relative fuse is intact. • remove the bulb by pulling it out and Turn the battery master switch to OFF. replace it; To replace a taillight bulb, proceed as • put the bulb holder back in place and follows: refit the luggage compartment perimeter • move the luggage compartment seal strip seal strip. slightly; 140

Advice for Emergency Situations • Remove the bulb from the bulb holder 1 Replacing the number plate light bulb Replacing other light bulbs To replace a number plate light bulb, and replace it. Roof dome light proceed as follows: 2 • Gently pry out with a screwdriver where • loosen the two fastening screws; indicated and remove the dome light. � 3 � • remove the transparent cover A from 4 its seat and replace the bulb B which is • Manually release the bulb holder by pressure-fitted between the two clips; pressing the two side retaining clips. • refit the transparent cover and tighten the two fastener screws. 5 Replacing the supplementary stop light bulb To replace the light cluster, please con- tact the Ferrari Service Network. 6 7 141

Glove compartment light, luggage compartment • Refit the dome light and make sure that light and underdoor light the wires are not trapped by inserting it • Gently pry out with a screwdriver at first from the connector side and then point G to slightly lift out the dome pressing on the opposite side. light. Follow the same procedure for replacing the underdoor light bulb and the luggage compartment dome light. � � • Remove the dome light from its seat. • Remove the pressure-fitted bulb H. • Replace the bulb. 142

Advice for Emergency Situations 1 Light bulbs (12V, except for low and high beams) Low beams and high beams Type gas-discharge (XENON) Power Das 2 Front position lights incandescent H6W Front turn indicator lights incandescent 21W Side turn indicators Running lights on taillight incandescent LED T4W 3 Stop lights LED Turn indicator lights on taillight LED Rear fog lights Reverse lights incandescent incandescent H21W H6W 4 Number plate lights incandescent R5W Supplementary stop lights LED Dome light Spotlight incandescent incandescent 10W 6W 5 Document compartment light incandescent W5W Underdoor courtesy light incandescent W5W Luggage compartment light incandescent W5W 6 7 143

Replacing a fuse To remove fuses, use the tweezers C in Maxi fuse colours the fuse box in the passenger compart- When an electrical device is not working, Ampere ment behind the small door on the dash- check that the corresponding fuse is not board, on the left of the steering wheel. yellow 20 blown. green 30 A - Unblown fuse. orange 40 B - Blown fuse. � red 50 � � blue 60 Fuse colours Ampere If the problem persists, contact the yellow ochre 5 Ferrari Service Network. brown 7.5 When replacing a fuse, always use red 10 fuses of the same amperage (same light blue 15 colour). yellow 20 The tool bag contains spare fuses. white 25 green 30 144

Advice for Emergency Situations Location of the fuse and relay boxes 1 A, B - Fuses and relays in the engine compartment F, G, H - Fuses and relays in the luggage compartment C - Body Computer fuses and relays I, J - Fuses and relays in the passenger compartment, passenger side 2 D, E - Fuses and relays in the passenger compartment, driver side H 3 J G F I E 4 A C D B 5 6 7 145

Fuses and relays in the engine compartment � To access these fuses: • open the engine compartment (see “Engine Compartment - Opening” on page 53) • remove the box covers A and B. � The box A contains the following relays (R) and maxi-fuses (MF): Ref. Amp. Use R14 50 air pump � Ref. Amp. Use MF5 40 +30 A.C. unit MF2 60 +30 air pump MF85 40 passenger compartment connected devices 2 MF1 40 +30 ABS (pump) We recommend that you only open the boxes in which you need to work, to avoid damaging other components. 146

Advice for Emergency Situations The box B contains the following relays (R) and maxi-fuses (MF): 1 � Ref. Amp. Use R16 R15 50 50 LH fans RH fans 2 Ref. Amp. Use MF3 MF4 40 40 +30 RH fans +30 LH fans 3 Body Computer fuses and relays We recommend that you only open the 4 � To access these fuses, remove the door 1 boxes in which you need to work, to by undoing the two fastening screws avoid damaging other components. �� 5 � 6 7 147

The box C contains the following fuses (F): Ref. Amp. Use Ref. Amp. Use F36 10 +30 glove compartment motor F53 10 +30 rear fog light F52 15 driver seat heating (INT/A connected F40 30 +30 heated rear window (INT/A relay) device relay) F50 7.5 +15 airbag system F45 25 (not used) F42 7.5 +15 NFR F46 15 (not used) F35 7.5 +15 CLA (NC), IFR, engine signal socket, F34 20 (not used) relay coils (headlight washer, reverse gear, F39 10 +30 for NIM, NCL, diagnostic socket EOBD, high beams) CSA, CAV, radio/NIT, telephone option F31 7.5 INT/A for A.C. unit, NBC F41 15 (not used) F44 20 +30 cigarette lighter, passenger seat heating F47 20 (not used) (INT/A connected device relay) F33 20 (not used) F51 7.5 +15 NCR, F1 control panel F48 20 (not used) F12 15 +30 RH low beam F38 15 + 30 ratio motor for luggage compartment F13 15 +30 LH low beam lock F43 30 windscreen wipers/washer (INT/A con- nected device relay) � F32 10 +30 dome lights F37 10 +15 NQS, +15 CLA (NO), third stop F49 7.5 +15 for CSG, CSP, NIM, NCL, radio/NIT, CEM, CRP, telephone option, dome light panel, windscreen wiper controls, steering column adjustment 148

Advice for Emergency Situations The box C1 contains the following relays (R): 1 Ref. Amp. Use R01 R11 20 30 low beams heated rear window 2 R12 30 connected devices 1 (controlled by INT/A ignition switch) R13 50 connected devices 2 (NBC-controlled) (option) 3 �� 4 5 6 7 149

Fuses and relays in the passenger compartment (driver-side) D To access these fuses: R 20 R 29 R 5 • lift the passenger compartment trim panel, behind the driver's seat • remove the box covers D and E. R 6 R 10 R 4 � The box D contains the following relays (R): Ref. Amp. Use � R4 20 A.C. compressor R10 20 left-hand injection R6 20 high beams R5 30 headlight washer R29 20 glove compartment motor R20 20 side marker We recommend that you only open the boxes in which you need to work, to avoid damaging other components. 150

Advice for Emergency Situations The box E contains the following fuses (F): 1 E Ref. Amp. Use 2 F 55 F 56 F 91 F 22 F55 20 +30 steering column adjustment F 57 F 58 F 79 F 83 F 6 F56 30 +30 passenger seat adjustment F 27 F 77 F 26 F 25 F 24 F91 7.5 +30 NAP (electronics) F 23 F 67 F 66 F 18 F 17 F22 30 LH main injection relay F57 F58 7.5 5 +15 alternator, NVO, start button +30 NTP 3 F79 5 +30 NQS F83 30 +30 NPG power supply F6 25 +30 from ignition switch 4 F27 10 +15 LH injection F77 15 +87 LH oxygen sensor main relay F26 15 +87 injectors main relay, LH coils F25 10 solenoid valves, air flow meter, LH diagnostic pump 5 F24 10 +87 LH main relay F23 7.5 +30 LH injection F67 F66 5 5 +30 front RH - rear LH side marker +30 front LH - rear RH side marker 6 F18 10 +30 RH high beam F17 10 +30 LH high beam 7 151

Fuses and relays in the passenger J compartment (passenger-side) To access these fuses: • lift the passenger compartment trim panel, behind the passenger seat • remove the box covers J and I. � The box J contains the following fuses (F): Ref. Amp. Use � F76 15 +87 RH oxygen sensor main relay F11 15 +87 RH injectors main relay, coils F10 10 +87 main relay, air flow meter, RH solenoid valves F9 10 +87 RH main relay (pin F03) F8 7.5 +30 RH injection (pin F62) F60 20 +30 NPG, NPP door lock actuator F80 25 +30 Hi-Fi system (bass-box and subwoofer) We recommend that you only open the boxes in which you need to work, to F84 30 +30 NPP power supply avoid damaging other components. F61 7.5 +30 NAG (electronics) F7 30 +30 injection main relay, RH main coil relay F19 30 +30 starter motor 152

Advice for Emergency Situations 1 Ref. Amp. Use F30 30 +30 driver seat adjustment (and steering column adjustment, with Full Electric seats only) F15 5 +15 weight sensor ECU (only for the USA) 2 F14 10 +15 RH injection (coils, fuel pumps relays) F16 7.5 +30 A.C. compressor F20 F21 25 15 +30 headlight washer +30 horns 3 F28 25 +30 ABS (solenoid valves) F54 10 +30 ABS (electronics) F56 F83 30 30 +30 passenger seat adjustment (right-hand drive version only) +30 NPG power supply (right-hand drive version only) 4 F91 7.5 +30 NAP (electronics) (right-hand drive version only) I The box I contains the following relays (R): Ref. Amp. Use 5 R7 30 starter motor R27 20 devices cut-out upon ignition R8 20 horns 6 R3 20 immobiliser R2 20 RH main injection relay R28 20 ignition cut-out with battery charger 7 153

Fuses and relays in the luggage compartment � � To access these fuses: • remove the door 2 on the right-hand side of the luggage compartment, by � undoing the two fastening screws � � The box H contains the following relays (R) and fuses (F): Ref. Amp. Use • remove the covers on the boxes H, G and F. R19 20 reverse gear R21 20 fuel tank door We recommend that you only open the boxes in which you need to work, to Ref. Amp. Use avoid damaging other components. F89 5 +15 NSP and NCS F59 10 +30 fuel tank door F64 7.5 +30 reverse gear, NSP F88 30 +30 NCS 154

Advice for Emergency Situations The box G contains the following maxi-fuses (MF): 1 � Ref. Amp. Use MF81 MF72 60 40 +30 passenger compartment connected devices 1 +30 luggage compartment connected devices (+side marker coil relay) 2 MF71 60 +30 passenger compartment connected devices 3 MF70 30 +30 F1 gearbox pump MF68 30 +30 Hi-Fi system (amplifier) 3 The box F contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): � Ref. Amp. Use R17 R18 20 20 RH fuel pump, 1st speed RH fuel pump, 2nd speed 4 R24 20 1st speed fuel pump, LH bank R25 20 2nd speed fuel pump, LH bank 5 Ref. Amp. Use F78 20 +30 LH fuel pumps F82 F29 5 5 +30 alternator sensing battery conditioner 6 F63 20 +30 RH fuel pumps F69 25 +30 NCR 7 155

Replacing a wheel Failure to comply with these instruc- � � tions could lead to loss of control of If one or more wheels need to be the vehicle and consequently damages replaced, proceed as follows: to the vehicle and injuries to the oc- - Replace the stud bolts with damaged cupants. thread or cone. - Carefully clean the stud bolts before fitting. Replacing a wheel - Absolutely do not lubricate the con- • Position the vehicle on an even surface, tact surfaces between the stud bolt then block the rear wheels by applying and the wheel rim, and between the the parking brake. wheel rim and the brake disk. • If necessary, switch on the hazard warn- In order not to remove the anti-lock � ing lights and place the hazard triangle coating, do not clean the wheel rim at the required distance from the vehi- cones with solvents or aggressive cle. products. • Take the spare wheel and tools out of Warning the luggage compartment. Collapsible spare wheel (optional) • The spare wheel must only be used for short trips, in emergencies. • Loosen the five wheel fastening stud On request, the vehicle comes with a kit bolts by approximately one turn, using containing: • When the spare wheel is fitted, never the wrench supplied D. exceed the maximum speed of 80 km/h • collapsible spare wheel A with space- (50 mph) and drive carefully, especially • Place the base of the jack E on flat firm saving tyre; the label B indicates on bends and when overtaking, avoiding ground under one of the lifting points F the max. speed permitted (80 km/h sudden acceleration and braking. on the underfloor as shown in the fig- - 50 mph); ure. • Do not exceed the approved weight • additional tool bag C containing: jack limits. • Raise the vehicle carefully, using the and wrench to fasten the wheel stud jack, until the wheel is lifted off the bolts. • Do not fit snow chains on the spare ground. wheel. • Never fit more than one spare wheel at a time. 156

Advice for Emergency Situations • Screw the stud bolts into place but do • Lower the vehicle and remove the jack. 1 not tighten them. • Tighten the stud bolts completely, mov- Inflate the deflated collapsible spare ing diagonally from one to the next. wheel before lowering the car, as otherwise the rims may become damaged. As soon as possible, secure the stud bolts with the torque wrench and tighten them 2 to a torque of 100 Nm. F • Inflate the collapsible spare wheel using the inflation kit (page 136). E The kit must be used in “tyre inflation” mode. Refer to the 3 instruction manual supplied with D the kit. • Inflate the spare wheel to the indicated pressure (see page 25). 4 If the jack is not positioned correctly, the vehicle could slip off. The spare wheel is not equipped with the tyre pressure monitoring Make sure that no part of the body sensor (see label on spare wheel is underneath the vehicle while changing the wheel. bag). After installation, it is not monitored by the system, but it does 5 The supplied jack must only be used comply with International Regulation for changing wheels. ECE R64/01. • Completely unscrew the five stud bolts Once fitted, we recommend you go and remove the wheel. • Fit the deflated collapsible spare wheel. to the nearest Centre of the Ferrari Service Network. 6 7 157

Towing When towing the vehicle, you must Fuel inertia switch comply with Road Regulations. When towing the vehicle, avoid using The fuel inertia switch is a safety device Do not tow the vehicle by attaching anchor points that are not designed for which deactivates the fuel pump relays if a to levers, suspension and wheel rims tow hook A inserted in housing B. collision occurs. but only to the tow hook properly Proceed as follows: fitted in place. A symbol appears on the TFT display (see • Take the tow hook A out of the tool bag. page 85) and the hazard warning lights Keep the key in position II to enable come on to indicate that the switch has • Remove the cap C from seat B. the lights to work and prevent the been activated. • Screw the hook tightly into housing B. steering wheel from locking if it is turned; when towing the vehicle, do When the fuel inertia switch is activated, not start the engine. the doors are also unlocked (if locked) and the central dome light comes on. Keep in mind that the power steering The fuel pump relays can be reac- and brake servo will not be working tivated by pressing button A under when the engine is off. the driver's seat. � C A B • Request neutral (gearbox in “N” posi- tion). 158

Advice for Emergency Situations When the battery is connected and 1 Battery master switch charged, this is done automatically It is located on the RH side of the lug- when the doors are opened and gage compartment. To access it, remove 2 closed. The windows must remain the small door B. lowered until the charged battery Use the battery master switch to cut off is reconnected. If the battery is the power supply from the battery to the discharged and the windows are electrical system. fully up, only open the doors when Disconnect the battery by turning the strictly necessary and take great care; switch anticlockwise with a TORX T40 wrench. do not close them again until the windows can be lowered. 3 We recommend using the battery con- ditioner if the vehicle is going to left unused for a long period. Reconnecting the battery 4 Disconnecting the battery Fit the TORX T40 wrench into the switch � Before disconnecting the battery, deacti- and turn it clockwise until it stops in vate the electronic alarm using the remote place. control. Never disconnect the battery from Each time the battery is reconnected, do the following before starting the engine: 5 the electrical system when the en- gine is running. - close both doors and close the luggage compartment lid; open the luggage Before disconnecting the battery, lower the side windows by at least 2- 3 cm (0.78-1.18 in) to avoid damag- compartment lid using the remote control 6 ing the weather strips when opening - adjust the clock (date and time on and closing the doors. instrument panel) The battery master switch must only be used if the battery charge maintainer cannot be connected. 7 159

- close both doors and fully raise the Checking the battery • Visually inspect the outer casing for any driver side and passenger side windows cracks. to their upper limit; check that the The battery is positioned on the right- • If the battery overcharges, it will wear windows move down to the “target posi- hand side of the luggage compartment. out quickly. Have the vehicle electrical tion” when the doors are opened. system checked if the battery tends to Before starting the engine, wait at discharge easily. least 60 second with the ignition key Keep the battery away from sources in position II to allow the electronic of heat and do not use open flames system that controls the motor-driv- or create sparks near it. en valves and the AC ECU to run a self-acquisition process. Battery conditioner During this period, no devices must The vehicle is equipped with a battery be activated. conditioner to maintain and recharge the battery. The Motronic ECU self-acquisition cycle will only function correctly when the in- The use of the charge maintainer take air temperature is above 5°C (41°F). helps to extend the working life of the After removing the battery from the vehi- battery. cle or disconnecting it from the electrical system using the battery master switch, The device is kept in a pocket inside the it is important to check that the external The vehicle is equipped with a sealed car cover bag supplied with the vehicle. temperature is within the indicated values lead acid battery that does not require The battery conditioner connection socket when reconnecting before performing the maintenance. is located on the right of the luggage self-acquisition cycle. compartment behind cover B. The battery does not need refilling with distilled water or sulphuric acid. Position the maintainer in a clearly • Periodically check that the terminals and visible place, far from heat sources pins are clean and firmly secured. and out of the reach of children. 160

Advice for Emergency Situations Vehicle start-up is inhibited as long 1 as the maintainer is connected to the socket in the car. � 2 3 When the maintainer has been connected 4 to the socket of the vehicle, pass the connection cable beneath the luggage compartment lid, in the outer rear corner. The connection cable should not Further technical information concerning the use of the device is 5 emerge from the car in positions other given in more detail in the manual than the one indicated, as this could located in an inner pocket of the bag cause damage to the seal strips and/or containing the car cover. the cable itself. Whenever the car will not be used for pe- 6 riods of a week or longer, we recommend connecting the battery conditioner to keep the battery in perfect working order. 7 161

Exhaust system overheating If the temperature is high: If the EOBD warning light (see slow down immediately so that page 91) comes on at the same alarm devices time as the “Slow Down” message, the exhaust system temperature If the engine is running unevenly result- decreases. go to the nearest Ferrari Service ing in exhaust system overheating, the Network to have the ECU error If the temperature is too high: “Slow Down” function is activated: a spe- memory checked. Do not proceed in cial symbol appears on the TFT display the temperature in the catalytic any other way. accompanied by a message. The message converters has reached a dangerous varies according to three alarm levels: cat- level and could damage them; if you alyst temperature high, catalysts temp. continue to drive, the engine control too high, catalysts temp. sensor fault. ECU intervenes and reduces the torque produced by the engine. Displaying of the message is controlled by the thermistor via the engine control The torque limit remains active until ECU. the catalytic converter temperature goes down to normal operating values. 00:20AM 010°C If “catalysts temp. sensor fault” infor- mation is displayed: 100 Catalyst °C temperature high 60 140 - the engine control ECU intervenes 110 °C and reduces the torque produced 50 170 by the engine Km Km/h the driver must slow down and 0 1/2 1 216 000 slowly drive to the nearest Ferrari Service Network to have the engine parameters checked. Incorrect use of the vehicle may cause the “Slow Down” function to be activated. 162

Advice for Emergency Situations When the warning light “Engine 1 Engine malfunction control system failure” comes on, alarm devices engine performance may be consid- 2 If the EOBD “Engine diagnostic system erably reduced. failure” warning light A flashes or is per- Drive carefully, avoiding sudden ac- manently lit when the engine is running, celerations and high speeds. the engine or emission control systems Contact the Ferrari Service may be malfunctioning. Network immediately. 3 The electronic system detects and isolates the error preventing damage to the engine or the production of harmful emissions. A 4 5 6 7 163

Replacing the brake pads and discs Brake pads The front brake pads have a wear sensor connected to the brake warning light; if this warning light comes on or braking is not even, have the pad thickness and the state of the braking surfaces checked. The minimum brake pad thickness is 3 mm - 0.12 in (thickness of the friction material only). Replacing brake pads When the brake failure warning light comes on, it means that the front brake pads are excessively worn and must be replaced immediately. In order to ensure the quality of the components and accurate instal- lation, we recommend that you have the procedure performed by an Authorised Ferrari Service Centre. To ensure proper breaking-in of the pads following replacement, avoid sudden and sharp braking until the new pads have been run-in (approxi- mately 300 km - 186 mi). 164

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Warranty Booklet Maintenance Level checks Wheels and tyres Care of the seat belts and pretensioners Cleaning the vehicle If the vehicle is stored for long periods

Warranty Booklet Maintenance schedule The chassis therefore has technological At prescribed intervals, the Ferrari and manufacturing specifications that The vehicle comes with a “Warranty require that any operation be performed Service Centres must perform all the Booklet”. by staff specially trained to work with this tuning and checking operations indicated This contains the vehicle’s warranty valid- in the “Warranty Booklet”. innovative technology. ity conditions. It is of crucial importance to use equip- However, we recommend that you imme- The warranty booklet also con- diately report any small fault which occurs ment tested by Ferrari if the repair tains special blank spaces where when using the vehicle (e.g.: small leaks work is to be performed in accordance the Ferrari Service Network can of essential fluids) to the Ferrari Service with rules of good workmanship. Proper register the regular maintenance Network immediately and not wait until execution of repair work ensures that services performed, as indicated in the next service is due to correct the the commercial value of the vehicle is the maintenance schedule. problem. preserved and the safety standards are complied with. Periodic maintenance services must be Maintenance performed at least once a year even if If the chassis is damaged in an ac- It is essential to always keep the vehicle the specified mileage limit has not been cident, Ferrari advises customers to in proper working order to ensure a long reached (see “Yearly Maintenance” in the contact the Ferrari Service Network working life and to prevent any running “Warranty Booklet”). who will perform the necessary safety defects, caused by negligence or lack of checks. maintenance, and consequently to avoid Chassis and bodywork maintenance hazardous situations. The vehicle chassis is entirely made of We recommend that you use origi- aluminium, and was designed using the nal Ferrari spare parts, which can be All repair work on any safety system obtained from the Ferrari Service technology referred to as “Space Frame”. component must be performed by the Network. Ferrari Service Network. The chassis, under standard conditions of use, requires no maintenance; it is however advisable to contact the Ferrari Service Network at the intervals indi- cated in the “Warranty Booklet” in order to have it checked. 168

Care of the Vehicle If the oil level is checked after MIN and MAX notches. Screw cap 2 1 Level checks 3 minutes (not the 2 min. speci- back on tightly. The level checks must be performed at fied above), repeat stages B. and C. If the oil level is below the “MIN” 2 the intervals indicated in the “Warranty before checking the oil level. notch, top it up and then have the Booklet” or, in any case, before starting D. Remove the filler cap 2, remove the system checked by the Ferrari a long journey. dipstick 1 from the tank and check the Service Network. All the materials used for the follow- level: it should be between the MIN and MAX notches on the dipstick. F. Run the engine at 4,500 RPM for ing operations (e.g. cloths soaked with oil or grease, pans, etc.) must be disposed of in compliance with 1 minute. G. Let the engine idle for 2 minutes and 3 the environmental protection regula- then check the oil level (without turn- tions. � ing the engine off). Open the engine compartment lid. The first check was performed We recommend that you use only lubricants and/or fluids recommended between the 2nd and 3rd minutes, therefore the second check must also be carried out at the same time 4 by Ferrari (see the “Recommended � interval. lubricants and fluids” table). For example, if the first check was A87 5 8 bar performed at approximately 2’ 30”, 1.4 Engine oil then the second check must also be Proceed as follows: performed at approximately 2’ 30”. A. Run the engine until an engine H. Remove the filler cap 2, remove the oil temperature of 85 - 90°C dipstick 1 from the tank and check the (185 - 194°F) is reached. B. Run the engine at 4,500 RPM for Difference between MAX - MIN = 1.5 l. level: it should be between the MIN and MAX notches on the dipstick. 6 1 minute. Screw the cap 2 back on tightly. C. Let the engine idle for 2 minutes and Top up with due care to avoid pour- E. If level is low, top up with specified then check the oil level (without turn- ing the oil out of the filler neck. oil. The oil level must be between the ing the engine off). 7 169

Gearbox and “F1” gearbox system oil • Completely unscrew the bleeder cap on the heater inlet pipe. We recommend that you have the oil • Slowly pour in the indicated quantity of level checked by the Ferrari Service coolant through the expansion tank filler Network or by skilled staff. neck, until the fluid comes out from the open bleeder on the radiator. Reconnect the radiator bleeder pipe and complete Coolant the filling procedure until reaching the MAX level. If water comes out of the This procedure must always be heater pipe, close the cap. A87 performed when the engine is cold. 8 bar 1.4 � • Close the bleeder cap on the heater Never remove the cap C from the pipe. expansion tank when the engine is running or hot. • Close the filler neck cap. • Open the heater by selecting the max. • Remove the cap C from the expansion temperature for the air conditioning and tank in the engine compartment and heating system. check that the level is at approximately Filling the circuit • Start the engine and let it idle. 40 mm from the top of the filler neck. To fill the circuit (this operation must • Slowly open the filler cap and top up • If the level is low, top it up with the be performed when the engine is cold), until the fluid is visible in the filler recommended fluid. proceed as follows: neck and until the radiator cooling fan • Detach the bleeder pipe on the radia- activates. If frequent top-ups are required after tor and hold it lifted, so that it is at the short trips, have the system checked by • Check that all the vents are blowing hot same height as the filler neck, in order the Ferrari Service Network. air, at the same temperature (~50°C). to prevent spilling. • After the coolant level in the filler neck • Turn on the instrument panel and select has stabilised, close the filler cap. • Screw the cap C back on tightly. the maximum temperature on the air conditioning and heating system. • Bring the engine speed up to 3,000 RPM for a minute and then back to idle. 170

Care of the Vehicle • Bring the engine speed back to The level check must be performed with 1 3,000 RPM, close the heater and, after the engine warm, after having driven at one minute, run the engine at idle speed least 15 Km, and with the vehicle parked � 2 again. on a flat ground. • Stop the engine and let it cool down. Remove the cap D from the tank in the • Check the level once again and, if neces- engine compartment and check that sary, top up as indicated above (without the level is between the MIN and MAX bleeding). notches on the dipstick. • Screw on the filler neck cap tightly. The oil level must be checked with the cap resting on the tank. Top up if necessary with the recommend- 3 Hydraulic steering system oil ed oil up to the MAX level. Screw the cap D back on tightly. � Never dispose of used fluid in the environment. 4 The fluid in the brake system may Brake fluid damage plastic, rubber and painted parts and is highly dangerous if it • Check that the fluid in the tank is near the MAX level. • If the level is low, unscrew the cap E and comes into contact with the eyes or the skin. In case of contact, wash the affected 5 top up with the recommended oil, taken part thoroughly with running water. from a sealed container. To avoid any risk, always use protec- tive goggles and gloves. Clean the cap E before removing it. Keep out from children's reach! 6 Never dispose of used fluid in the environment. For more information on how frequently brake fluid should be replaced, refer to the “Maintenance 7 Schedule”. 171

The symbol on the tank cap indicates that How to use the tyres the system contains synthetic fluid. To ensure safe driving, the tyres must The use of mineral-based fluids will be kept in good condition. irreparably damage the system rub- ber gaskets. � The inflation pressure must correspond to Do not use fluids other than those the specified values and must be checked already contained in the system for only when the tyres are cold since tyre topping up. pressure increases as tyre temperature • After topping up, screw the cap E back increases. on tightly. Never reduce the pressure if the tyres are hot. Windscreen and headlight washer fluid Periodically check the tyre pressure. The windscreen and headlight washer Driving with the tyres inflated to fluid tank can be accessed by lifting the the correct pressure reduces fuel engine compartment lid. consumption. • Lift the cap F and fill the tank with the Wheels and tyres Low tyre pressure can lead to overheating, recommended fluid (see the “Refilling” To ensure maximum performance and tyre internal damage and even destruction of table on page 26) until it can be seen in life and to permit the best tyre adjust- the tyres. the filling manifold. ment on the wheel rim, it is important to Inflating the tyres to a pressure • Close the cap. comply with the following instructions for other than that prescribed (see table the first 200/300 km (125 - 185 mi) with on page 25) will render the TPMS new tyres: inefficient. • avoid sudden acceleration Sudden impact with pavements, potholes • avoid sharp braking and steering and other obstacles of various types as • drive at moderate speed on straight well as long trips on rough roads can roads and on curves. cause damage to the tyres that is not always visible to the naked eye. 172

Care of the Vehicle Check the tyres regularly for any signs Never fit tyres of uncertain origin. 1 The Ferrari Service Network has the of damage (e.g. scratches, cuts, cracks, The tyres are of the “directional” necessary equipment for tyre replace- bulges, etc.). type and there is an arrow marked ment. If sharp objects penetrate the tyres, they can cause damage which is only visible when the tyre is removed. Have the tyres replaced by the Ferrari Service Network who has the equip- on their side wall to indicate the direction in which they must rotate or which side is the outer side. When 2 ment needed to avoid damage to the Have any damage inspected by an expert replaced, maximum performance sensor inside the wheel rim which as it may considerably reduce tyre life. levels can only be ensured if the ro- could be caused by carelessly per- tation direction corresponds with the Remember that tyres deteriorate over time even if they are rarely used or not formed procedures. Ensure that tyres are not kept in stock direction indicated by the arrow. Tyres on the same axle must always 3 used at all. for more than 4 years. The maximum be replaced in pairs. Cracks in the tread and side walls, pos- limit for keeping tyres in stock is sibly accompanied by bulging, are sure 4 years provided they are kept away Regularly check the tyre tread (minimum signs of ageing. from sunlight, bad weather and damp and where there is a low oxygen content. acceptable depth 2.2 mm - 0.09 in). As the tread wear increases, there is a greater 4 risk of skidding. Drive carefully on wet roads to The Ferrari Service Network can reduce the risk of “aquaplaning”. certify whether aged tyres are suit- able for use. In any case, tyres that have been on a vehicle for more than Wheel alignment check and adjustment 5 3 years must be checked by a Ferrari When you notice unusual wear of the Service Centre. tyres and in any case, at the intervals We recommend replacing tyres every 4 years under normal use. Frequent prescribed in the “Warranty Booklet”, have the Ferrari Service Network check the wheel toe-in and camber. 6 use in maximum load conditions and at high temperatures may accelerate ageing. 7 173

Care of the seat belts Cleaning the vehicle be cleaned thoroughly and carefully: cleaning that merely wets encrusted and pretensioners Cleaning the exterior mud without removing it completely can • Periodically check that the screws on the prove damaging. All the materials used for the follow- anchor points are tight and that the seat ing operations (e.g. cloths soaked • The vehicle must be washed regularly belt is in perfect condition and slides with oil or grease, pans, etc.) must with suitable equipment. Do not use smoothly. be disposed of in compliance with very hot water or steam to clean the • The seat belt must be kept clean; the the environmental protection regula- paintwork and the lower surfaces. It is presence of any dirt could prevent the tions. advisable to soften any dirt first, then seat belt retractor from working prop- remove it with a jet of water at room erly. Proper care of the vehicle on the part of temperature. the owner is essential for the vehicle long • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand life. Do not use aggressive products to with mild soap and water and let it dry. clean the windows. Do not use strong detergents, bleach or Here is a list of the main precautions to aggressive solvents, as they can weaken be taken: The use of aggressive products could the fibres. • Certain parts of the vehicle should not seriously damage the bodywork. • Make sure the retractors do not get wet: be left wet or dirty for long periods proper operating is only ensured if they of time: in particular, the passenger • Do not wash the vehicle in direct are kept dry. compartment floor and the luggage com- sunlight or when the bodywork is still partment must always be kept clean and warm: make sure that the jet of water • The pretensioner requires no mainte- dry. The draining holes under the doors does not blast the paintwork; wash the nance or lubrication. If immersed in should be kept unclogged to allow any vehicle with a sponge and a mild soap water or mud, the pretensioner must water to drain. and water solution; rinse the vehicle necessarily be replaced. again with a jet of water and dry it with • The underbody and the lower sur- • The pretensioner must be replaced at faces of the vehicle should be cleaned a chamois leather. the intervals indicated in the “Warranty regularly, and more frequently (at least Booklet”. once a week) if the vehicle is used on salty or rough roads. The vehicle should 174

Care of the Vehicle Cleaning and care of matt paintwork (optional) • Do not wash the vehicle in direct 1 When the vehicle has been washed, ap- sunlight or when the bodywork is still ply slight pressure to the brake pedal The paintwork must NOT be pol- warm. at moderate speed before driving at a ished with any type of product. normal speed until the brake discs and pads have cleaned off. Owners must take great care of vehicles with matt paintwork (optional). • Do not apply stickers to the bodywork. • Any areas that are cracked or chipped by 2 stones, scratches or parking manoeuvres, In order to maintain the shine on the Here is a list of the main precautions to etc., must be immediately repaired by paintwork, polish it once or twice a year be taken: the Ferrari Service Network. with products recommended by Ferrari. • Any areas that are cracked or chipped by • Wash the vehicle using a steam cleaner and rinse with demineralised water only. Cleaning of protective anti stone-chipping film (optional) 3 stones, scratches or parking manoeuvres, • It must be dried using an automatic etc., must be immediately repaired by dryer or compressed air. Manual drying The film has been designed to protect the Ferrari Service Network. can ONLY be performed using a 3M the bodywork: anything that damages the 4 • Do not park the vehicle in damp and/or microfibre yellow cloth (Ferrari code paint will also damage the film. unventilated areas for long periods of 571.400.022) that is clean and soaked in Do not pour denatured ethyl alcohol, time. demineralised water in the areas where acetone, isopropyl alcohol, heptane limescale deposits are present. The cloth or substances that contain these must be kept in a special clean container. compounds on the film. 5 • To clean any grease or oil marks, a 3M microfibre yellow cloth (Ferrari code • Do not apply adhesive elements on the 571.400.022) that is clean and soaked in film. R107/S solvent (heptane) can be used. • When cleaning, do not use metal or A new cloth must be used which has not abrasive substances in general and acid been previously soaked in demineralised chemical compounds. water. 6 7 175

Carbon parts Cleaning the interior Avoid the film coming into contact with the brake fluid: the film will Have small scratches and marks on the become opaque. carbon structure removed by the Ferrari Cleaning and care of the leather upholstery Service Network only. As indicated in the “Maintenance Improper operations may irreparably Schedule” (see the “Warranty Booklet”), Nürburgring Silver, Avus White, Alloy damage the carbon parts. proper and regular treatment, at least Grey, Met Avio, Met Sky-Blue and Fuji White vehicles must be washed every Do not use aggressive organic substances, once a year, will help preserve the quality, month and waxed at least twice a year such as: petrol, kerosene, petroleum, natural characteristics and softness of the so that dirt, acid rain, pollutants, etc. acetone or solvents. leather upholstery in your Ferrari. do not penetrate the pores of the film With this in mind, specific leather care and cause it to tarnish. DO NOT lean against the vehicle es- products are also available (“Cleaner” and pecially if you are wearing clothes with “Cream”) both tested by Ferrari. buttons, buckles or are wearing rings, We recommended replacing the film These products can be ordered through necklaces, etc. This may cause irrepara- every 24 months for Nürburgring the Ferrari Spare Parts Service ble damage to the bodywork. Silver, Avus White, Alloy Grey, Met Department, both individually and as Avio, Met Sky-Blue and Fuji White part of the “Care Kit” which includes the vehicles which may become slightly To use suitable products, contact the complete range of products for cleaning tarnished due to dirt inside the pores Ferrari Service Network. the vehicle. of the film. For use of the “Care Kit” products, contact the Ferrari Service Network. It should be noted that timely and ac- curate cleaning (monthly washing and waxing twice a year at least) will prevent Never use harsh detergents, turpentine, deterioration of the film. liquid stain removers, petrol, solvents and domestic cleaning products to clean leather as these will damage its natural properties. 176

Care of the Vehicle • protect the vehicle with a breathable 1 Cleaning and care of the Alcantara® upholstery If the vehicle is stored fabric cover and avoid materials that Do not use steam cleaners. for long periods prevent any moisture on the bodywork 2 If the vehicle is not used for long periods from evaporating. of time, certain precautions should be Before using the vehicle again after long • Carefully dust the parts to be cleaned. taken: periods of inactivity, adjust the tyre pres- • Use a soft cloth or sponge moistened sure to the indicated pressure and check • if possible, park the vehicle on a level with clean water. the fluid levels of all the systems. surface, in a covered and well-ventilated • Thoroughly wring out the cloth and 3 area; wipe it over the entire Alcantara® area • keep the vehicle stationary by engaging making sure you do not overwet it. a gear and do not use the parking brake; • Repeat the procedure. • bring the tyre pressure to 3.0 bar and • Let it dry completely. periodically change the tyre resting • To recondition the material, gently use a brush with soft bristles. point on the ground; • connect the battery conditioner as shown on page 161; 4 If you do not wish to connect the battery to the battery conditioner, in order to keep certain devices function- ing such as: radio station memory, 5 alarm system, etc., the battery must be recharged at least once a month. If the vehicle is not used for long periods of time without connecting the battery conditioner, the battery must be re- 6 charged at least every three months. 7 177

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Glossary

Glossary 1 Abbreviation Meaning ABS (Anti Blockier System) The ABS system prevents wheel locking during braking and allows the driver to maintain full steering control A.C. over the vehicle. Air Conditioning. 2 ASR (Antriebs Schlupf Regelung) Anti-skid regulation during acceleration. Auto easy exit CST Simplified function gear shifting. To exit “Auto easy exit” mode, simply operate one of the two shift paddles. Stability and Traction Control 3 Consisting of two systems: VDC and F1-Trac. Disposal The procedure laid down in Directive 2000/53/EC and the implementation standard. EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution) Electronically-controlled brake-force distribution. 4 ECU Electronic Control Unit. F1 Electronically-controlled gearbox, designed with the same technology as used in the racing sector. F1-Trac Homologation Traction control derived from the technologies used in the racing sector. The procedure laid down in Directive 2007/46/EC and the implementation standard. 5 Launch Control Strategy for performance standing starts. Manettino The driving mode control switch on the steering wheel which allows the driver to use vehicle potential in a TPMS quick, intuitive way. Tyre Pressure Monitoring System. Using special sensors fitted inside the wheel rims next to the air valve, the 6 data measured is sent to an ECU. The data and messages are displayed on the left TFT display. TFT display Multifunction display on the instrument panel that displays information on the control system. Traction power Force exerted by the vehicle on the road surface through the wheels; it indicates the grip. 7 181

Abbreviation Meaning VDC Vehicle Dynamics Control using the braking system. Xenon Headlights on the front of the vehicle that produce a more intense beam by using a voltaic arc rather than an headlights incandescent spiral. 182

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Table of Contents C Display setting and configuration of vehicle parameters ...................................... 76 Carbon parts .................................................... 176 DISP (DISPLAY) button .............................. 78 Care of the seat belts and pretensioners 174 Dome light ........................................................... 73 Symbols Checking the battery .................................... 160 Doors ...................................................................... 54 Child safety .......................................................... 35 DOWN-shifting 12V power socket .......................................... 132 Cleaning and care due to engine underrevving ...................... 104 of matt paintwork (optional) .................... 175 Driver-side power window ........................... 58 A Cleaning and care Driver’s seat position memory .................. 123 of the Alcantara upholstery ....................... 177 Driver and passenger airbags ...................... 37 Abbreviations/Acronyms ................................. 7 Cleaning and care Driving at night ............................................... 114 ABS ......................................................................... 43 of the leather upholstery ............................ 176 Driving in fog .................................................. 115 Adjusting the air vents ................................. 130 Cleaning of protective Driving in the rain ......................................... 114 Adjusting the external anti stone-chipping film (optional) ........ 175 Driving on mountain roads ....................... 115 rear-view mirrors ........................................... 125 Cleaning the parking sensors ................... 111 Driving on snowy or icy roads ................. 115 Adjusting the steering wheel .................... 124 Cleaning the vehicle ..................................... 174 Driving the vehicle ........................................... 99 Air conditioning and heating system .... 127 Collapsible spare wheel (optional) ........ 156 Driving using the driving mode Alarm system ....................................................... 12 Consumption and CO2 emissions .............. 25 control switch (“Manettino”) .................... 117 Alcantara upholstery ..................................... 177 Controls on the steering wheel .................. 94 Driving with the “ABS” braking system 116 Automatic gearbox ........................................ 106 Controls overview ............................................. 53 Duplicating the keys ........................................ 13 Auto easy exit .................................................. 107 Coolant ............................................................... 170 CST ......................................................................... 44 E B CST OFF mode ...................................... 95, 118 Electrically adjustable seat (optional) .. 122 Battery conditioner ....................................... 160 Electrical system ................................................ 25 D Battery master switch ................................... 159 Electronic alarm ................................................ 15 Before a trip ........................................................ 99 “DOWN” shift paddle ..................................... 96 Electronic speedometer .................................. 89 Before you drive ............................................. 113 Date and hour .................................................... 77 Emergency opening of fuel filler flap ...... 57 Brake fluid ........................................................ 171 Deactivating the anti-lift alarm .................... 16 Emergency opening Dimensions and weights ................................ 23 of luggage compartment lid ......................... 56 Dimming ............................................................... 77 Emergency soft top .......................................... 59 Disconnecting the battery .......................... 159 Emergency starting .......................................... 14 Displayed information upon key-on ......... 84 Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit 136 186

Table of Contents End-of-life vehicle collection service ......... 9 Level checks ..................................................... 169 1 H Engine compartment lid ................................ 55 Lighting ................................................................. 69 Engine malfunction alarm devices ......... 163 Handbrake lever ............................................. 120 Light bulbs ....................................................... 143 Engine oil .......................................................... 169 Handheld fire extinguisher (optional) . 133 Light switch ......................................................... 69 Engine RPM LED (optional) ....................... 96 ENGINE START .................................... 94, 102 Hard carbon top (optional) ......................... 66 Hazard warning lights .................................... 72 Location of the fuse and relay boxes .... 145 Locking and opening the doors 2 ENTER button ................................................... 79 Headlight washer .............................................. 97 from the inside ................................................... 54 Environmental protection ............................... 8 High beams ......................................................... 69 Low-grip mode ....................................... 94, 117 Exhaust system overheating Horn ....................................................................... 96 Luggage compartment lid ............................. 56 How to put the soft top into the holder . 65 3 alarm devices ................................................... 162 M F I “Manettino” driving mode control switch 94 F1-SuperFast 2 ................................................ 105 ICE mode .................................................. 94, 117 Maintenance ..................................................... 168 F1-SuperFast 2 gearshifting ...................... 105 Identification and homologation plates Maintenance schedule ................................. 168 F1-Trac ................................................................... 44 and labels ............................................................. 18 Main engine specifications ............................ 24 Fastening the seat belts .................................. 32 Ferrari CODE ..................................................... 12 If the vehicle is stored for long periods 177 Ignition switch ................................................ 119 Main TFT display screen pages .................. 76 Manettino ............................................................. 94 4 Fitting the emergency soft top .................... 60 Indication of obstacles ................................. 110 Matt paintwork ................................................ 175 Fitting the hard top .......................................... 67 Instruments and gauges ................................. 74 MENU ................................................................... 76 Flashing the headlights .................................. 70 Internal electrochromic mirror ................ 125 MENU page ........................................................ 76 Fuel filler cap and flap .................................... 56 Fuel inertia switch ......................................... 158 Fuses and relays ............................................. 145 K MODE button .................................................... 78 N 5 Key codes ............................................................. 12 G N (neutral) ........................................................ 104 L Gearbox and “F1” gearbox system oil .. 170 Gearbox display ................................................. 89 Gearshifting ...................................................... 103 “Launch Control” strategy for performance starting ............................. 107 P Parking ................................................................ 108 6 General remarks .................................................. 2 Language and units of measurement ....... 77 Parking lights ...................................................... 70 Glossary ............................................................. 179 LAUNCH button ........................................... 107 Parking sensors ............................................... 109 Glove compartment ....................................... 131 Launch Control .............................................. 107 Passenger-side power window .................... 58 7 Leather upholstery ........................................ 176 187

Passenger airbag deactivation kit Replacing the number plate light bulb .. 141 T (optional) ............................................................. 35 Replacing the side turn indicator bulbs 140 Passenger compartment accessories ....... 131 Replacing the taillight bulbs ..................... 140 TFT display ......................................................... 75 Performance ........................................................ 24 Restarting the engine ................................... 108 TFT display symbols ....................................... 85 Pocket-change compartments ................... 132 Rev counter ......................................................... 89 Toolkit ................................................................. 136 Position 0 - Stop ............................................. 119 Running-in ........................................................... 99 Tool bag ............................................................. 136 Position II - Ignition ..................................... 119 Towing ................................................................ 158 Power steering system oil ........................... 171 S Tow hook ........................................................... 158 Power windows .................................................. 58 TPMS ..................................................................... 45 Pretensioners ...................................................... 34 “Stop and Go” function .............................. 110 TPMS calibration .............................................. 93 Push start ........................................................... 108 Safe driving ...................................................... 113 TPMS calibration button ............................... 93 Satellite alarm system (optional) ............... 17 TPMS failure ....................................................... 49 R Seat adjustment .............................................. 121 TPMS not calibrated ....................................... 48 Seat belts .............................................................. 31 Transmission ratios ........................................... 24 RACE mode ............................................. 95, 117 Sequential downshifting ............................. 104 TRIP A and TRIP B screen pages ............. 82 RACE screen page ............................................ 80 Service ..................................................................... 5 Turning off the engine Rain sensor .......................................................... 98 Side airbags ......................................................... 40 and deactivating the system ...................... 106 Rain sensor failure ............................................ 98 Soft top components ....................................... 59 Turn indicators ................................................... 71 Rear-view mirrors .......................................... 125 Soft top holder ................................................... 59 Twilight sensor ................................................... 71 Rear fog lights .................................................... 72 Spare parts ............................................................. 5 Tyres ............................................................. 25, 172 Reconnecting the battery ........................... 159 SPORT mode .......................................... 94, 117 TYRES screen page ......................................... 82 Refilling ......................................................... 26, 99 SPORT screen page ......................................... 80 Tyre pressure and temperature Removing the emergency soft top ............. 63 Starting and driving the vehicle .............. 100 monitoring system - TPMS ........................... 45 Removing the hard top .................................. 68 Starting and warming up the engine ..... 101 Tyre puncture ..................................................... 47 Replacing a fuse ............................................. 144 Starting the vehicle ....................................... 102 Replacing a wheel .......................................... 156 Start button ......................................................... 94 U Replacing glove compartment light, Steering wheel ................................................ 124 luggage compartment light Stopping the vehicle ..................................... 105 “UP” shift paddle .............................................. 96 and underdoor light bulbs ........................ 142 Sun radiation sensor ..................................... 130 Unfastening the seat belts ............................. 33 Replacing remote control batteries ........... 15 Sun visors .......................................................... 132 UP-shifting due to engine overrevving 104 Replacing the brake pads and discs ....... 164 Super Racing seat .......................................... 121 UP/DOWN buttons ......................................... 79 Replacing the dome light bulbs .............. 141 System start-up ............................................... 100 Replacing the headlight bulbs ................. 138 188

Table of Contents 1 V Vehicle keys ......................................................... 12 W Warning lights .................................................... 90 2 Warranty Booklet ........................................... 168 Wheels and tyres ............................................ 172 Wheel alignment check and adjustment ............................................... 173 Wheel rims and tyres ....................................... 25 3 When travelling .............................................. 113 Windscreen and headlight washer fluid 172 Windscreen defogging/demisting .......... 129 Windscreen washer .......................................... 97 Windscreen wipers ........................................... 97 Wind break .......................................................... 59 4 5 6 7 189

Equipment and options of the Ferrari vehicle models may vary because of spe- cific 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. In the interests of efficiency and safety, as well as to preserve the value of the vehi- cle, we do not recommend modifying the equipment using non-approved parts. COPYRIGHT© Technical Service Dept. Via Abetone Inferiore, 4 - 41053 - Maranello (Modena) Code no. 83743100 Catalogue no. 3755/10 1st Edition March 2011 Edited and printed by - STAR s.r.l. - Alessandria