Even after being on the market for a few years, it seems some are still unsettled on the styling of the Ferrari FF supercar and its relatively unique shooting brake bodystyle. In fact, one well-heeled Ferrari fan even went as far as to commission the automaker’s Special Projects division to transform the FF into a coupe.

Perhaps Ferrari has also realized that the car’s styling has some detractors, because word on the street is that an FF coupe is being prepared for launch towards the end of this year or early next. The information comes via Car and Driver, which claims the car will feature a traditional coupe profile, only two seats in the cabin, and revised styling up front.

Importantly, the regular FF isn’t going anyway so the two cars would be sold concurrently. And no changes are expected for the FF’s 651-horsepower 6.3-liter V-12.

At this point, you’re probably thinking that Ferrari has a similar model in the form of the F12 Berlinetta, but the F12 doesn’t come with the FF’s 4RM all-wheel-drive system, which appeals to buyers in areas with poor road conditions and sub-zero winters.