Before I'm raked over the coals, let me preface this post with a statement: this doesn't look real, but rather a semi-skillful Photoshop job. In fact the lines of look rather like that of a cross between a Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5. And the 2007 date? Something would have popped onto the radar by now. But none the less, it's always interesting to see (and read) the reaction to images and rumors like this, especially when a marque that inspires as much emotion as Ferrari is involved. The posts in AutoWeek's forum are surely entertaining. So have it Autobloggers, a 2007 Ferrari SUV? Hrm…
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