To an enthusiast's eye, the 2014 Ferrari FF performance coupe looks like a larger version of BMW's old Z4 coupe. The FF's wagon-like rear end isn't the only thing out of place for Ferrari, although it's a shape that quickly grows on you. Under the FF's sleek skin resides a 6.3-liter V12 engine capable of developing 651 horsepower. For the first time in Ferrari history, all four wheels are used to route power to the road. Keeping the FF's weight under the 4,000-pound mark preserves handling and performance, although the steep price tag has us wondering if a Porsche Panamera or Jaguar XKR-S GT might be a sounder investment.