The five-passenger 'ute was rendered by AE's in-house photochoppers, taking plenty of cues from the 612 Scaglietti, from which the Ferrari SUV might be based. Power is likely to be supplied by one of Maranello's V8s or V12s, but the real problem isn't motivation, it's how that grunt will find its way to the ground. The two options available include either modifying the Scag's platform with a high-tech traction control setup and beefing up the running gear to allow it to make the
Whether this is strictly misinformed prognostication or based in reality remains to be seen, but according to AutoExpress, the F151 will be revealed to the world in 2010, with sales beginning the following year. Prices should easily crest the £100,000 mark.