The Ferrari FF will feature a pair of iPad minis in the rear headrests to keep passengers entertained in the 651-horsepower (hp) car.
The £197,000 ($295,000) car will also feature Siri integration, allowing drivers to use their iPhone’s voice recognition software behind the wheel. All FF model cars will now feature the pair of tablet computers as standard.
Ferrari’s unveiling of the tie-up at the Geneva Motor Show follows Eddy Cue, a senior Apple executive, joining the Ferrari board of directors in 2012.
The Italian car giant and the American computer company are also collaborating on a 963-hp hybrid car, which will go from a standstill to 60 miles an hour in just three seconds, and will cost its owners £870,000 ($1.3 million).