FF ( Ferguson Formula) Developments Limited (FFD) was a British company founded in 1971 by Major A.P.R. (Tony) Rolt to exploit 4WD technology, Rolt had previously worked as Technical Director for Harry Ferguson Research for many years.
Following its sale to the automotive consultancy group Ricardo in 1994, the company was renamed FFD-Ricardo. Stuart Rolt remained the CEO until 1996. Ricargo having also previously acquired Ferguson Research Ltd.
- Jaguar - FFD designed and developed the AWD system used on the Jaguar XJ220 220 mph supercar prototype which was shown for the first time at the 1988 British International Motor Show.
- General Motors - FFD designed and developed the AWD system used on the 1990 Chevrolet Astro/GMC Safari van.
- McLaren Cars - FFD manufactured the transmission system for the McLaren F1 supercar.
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