2015 FERRARI FF: From its beginning, Ferrari has been known for its two-seaters - that is until the arrival of the FF three-door shooting-brake (station wagon) in 2011. On display in the Super Car Gallery exhibit at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show is an example of the FF – acronym for “Ferrari Four.” That’s four as in Prancing Horse-patented four-wheel drive and four as in the four comfortable seats that cocoon driver and occupants alike. Flowing, sculptural body was penned by Pininfarina, with modern styling cues and third millennium aerodynamics. Purists will love that it is still the rear wheels that actually provide the power, with torque being transferred only to the front axle when required distribution to all four wheels. It’s billed as the most versatile Ferrari ever built, due to it being the first and only V-12 in the world to sport a seven-speed dual-clutch F1 gearbox, and first four-wheel drive V-12 with a rear-mounted electronic differential – the E-Diff. The 6.3-liter engine generates 651- horsepower that will sprint from 0-to-60 mph in 3.7-seconds and reach a top speed of 208-mph. Unparalleled chassis engineering gives authentic sports car dynamics, with powerful brakes and an uncompromising suspension set-up. Latest infotainment features touchscreen navigation, Bluetooth, SiriusXM satellite radio with NavTraffic and iPod connectivity. This is a Ferrari that you can drive alone or share on a road trip with three passengers, all for $295,000.