The successor to the now 5-year-old FF, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso (ferrari.com) is a more powerful two-door, four-wheel-drive hatchback—or shooting brake. In a first for Ferrari, the all-wheel drive is paired with rear-wheel steering. The V-12 engine produces 680 hp, enabling a zero-to-62-mph time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 208 mph. The GTC4Lusso is also more aerodynamic than the FF, according to Ferrari, in part because of a new slotted diffuser and a rear spoiler that’s integrated with the hatch. Ferrari has yet to announce a price.