A European extravagasm like the Geneva Motor Show always holds its share of oddities, be they electric beach buggies or luxury cars swathed in Pepto Bismol. They don't usually come from a company like Ferrari, but this year the Maranello automaker joined the off-beat path with the new FF. It's a pure Ferrari thoroughbred, but its shape is vastly different from anything we've seen from the brand thus far.
The Ferrari Four is a four-wheel-drive, four-seat shooting brake that claims new territory for the Prancing Horse marque. Up until now, we've seen it in red and in beige (and from limited angles), but the good folks at Pininfarina also displayed one in white, which we've captured from every angle for your viewing pleasure. We'll tell you this much: it doesn't look any less odd in person, but to replace a car as bland as the outgoing 612, unusual could be just what the proverbial doctor ordered.