These photos, captured by Shawn and Shonna for CarPix around Maranello, Italy, aren't very revealing but it is quite possible that beneath all that sheeting over the rear end might hide a wagon-like shooting brake design.
If that is the case, it'll be the first Ferrari wagon to ever go into production - not including that Ferrari 456 wagon that was specially ordered by a rich Arabic buyer years ago.
Other reports say this model will also showcase an all-wheel drive system - another first for a Ferrari production car. Either way, the car will use a new 6.3-litre V12 engine outputting around 500kW of power, matched to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
Ferrari will unveil the car at the Geneva Motor Show in March. We look forward to bringing you more definite information then, if not prior.