I agree with your sentiments, Dino. Particularly the M3 Coupe looks of the FF.
I argued with myself
with using the word 'Breadvan' to refer to the FF as the Drogo 250 and Maserati 151/3 were exercises in aerodynamics, not the semi-shooting brake/hatchback/estate 'practicality' that the FF represents.
Sadly, I think the diversification of the like of Porsche etc is set to continue. I posted a graph over at PPro that shows the Cayenne accounting for 1/3 of Porsche's US volume...too much money to give up on to concentrate on the niches we love.