Billed as the replacement for the unloved 612 Scaglietti, the 2012 Ferrari FF draws the eye to it in a way the 612 never could. The wagon-like rear end (known as a shooting brake in European parlance) works well with the traditional Ferrari styling themes, stretching the car's lines rearward to a pleasing tail end that doesn't look truncated (think BMW M Coupe). The FF's massive 6.3-liter V12 engine routes 651 screaming horses to all four wheels via its 4RM AWD system, a first for Ferrari. Despite the additional hardware, the FF remains safely under the 4,000-pound limit, ensuring its performance potential is not impeded in any way. The FF name refers to "Ferrari Four," a play on the car's 4-passenger seating and 4-wheel drive layout.