I agree with the whole SUV thing, that would be a little rediculous. Not only would it stain the ferrari heritage a little, its the opposite of the Ferrari Philosophy. I cant see it going anywhere, legitimately. I also thiknn the market is in decline for SUV's, and that precisely because it is bloated. Saturation is never a good thing and I think the saturation is preceeding the eventual exit of the SUV craze. It always happens, it happened with Mini-Vans a while back. Granted they still grace the world with their presence, but something new and better will come along and I doubt ferrari will be the leader of such a craze.
The 4wd system, on the other hand, could be of some value. It is going to add a ton of weight to the drive train, but I'm sure they have that in mind. As a supplement to the traction/stability control systems I think it could be a nifty idea. We'll see. Hopefully the initial run of cars are'nt plagued with faults, that'll ruin interest and crash the whole project.
We will see.