The Ferrari FF has never been regarded as one of Maranello's greats. Not even a charismatic V-12 engine and 208-mph top speed could overcome the discombobulation induced by a car with wagonoid styling and all-wheel drive wearing the Prancing Horse badge. Ferrari won't release sales figures, so it's hard to know whether the FF was a success, but the gossip among the Ferraristi—vehemently denied by the factory—was that buying one became a shortcut to being shortlisted for the next special edition from Maranello. The 2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso turns all that nonsense on its head. For this is a wagonoid all-wheel-drive Ferrari that is truly, deeply desirable.