The Ferrari FF is a remarkable car for the simple reason that it does things no other vehicle can. Sure, there are supercars that let you drive at more than 200mph, as the FF can, but there are almost none that let you drive at these speeds on ice and snow while carrying three passengers and a bootful of shopping for a family of four.
We got the pleasure of sitting behind the wheel of the new Ferrari FF at the Geneva Motor Show, where we prodded its buttons, licked its leather, checked its tech and, as ever, we recorded our antics in the video above so you can get a sense of what the car's like in the metal.
The FF's styling is marvellously Marmite. It's larger, and physically very different to anything Ferrari's done before -- so you'll either love it or be completely freaked out by its unusual proportions.
Those proportions do work in its favour, though, providing plenty of room for just about everything you'd need. The cabin tech is well sorted, consisting of a hard disk-based entertainment and guidance system, plus a dedicated vehicle information display on the passenger side of the dashboard, and there are twin LCD screens flanking the speedometer in the instrument binnacle.
There's bags (quite literally) of space in the boot, too. Flick a switch down by the door sill and the tailgate opens to reveal a whopping 450 litres of storage space, which can be extended to 800 litres if you fold the seats down.
Sadly, we weren't able to test the FF's high-end 1,280W JBL audio system or the no-doubt ferocious acceleration and fancy-pants four-wheel-drive system. Still, we're willing to bet our grannies that both are utterly sensational.
Watch the video for yourself to get a closer look at this monster.