A mix of elegance and high performance, the new Ferrari GTC4Lusso ($TBA) integrates (for the first time in Maranello’s lineup) rear-wheel steering with four wheel drive. This translates into all-weather capabilities for the luxurious four-seater.
This Grand Tourer is actually an updated version of Ferrari’s FF (introduced 5 years ago), and the two look pretty much the same for the untrained eye. However, the new model comes with a host of refreshed features, including a sharper back with a twin taillight design, more defined lines along the flanks, a new set of headlamps, and new front grills that work together with the rear spoiler and the triple-fence diffuser, to improve airflow and lower drag coefficient. The Lusso packs more power that its predecessor, coming from a 6.3-liter V12 with 680 hp that tops 208 mph and sprints from 0-62 mph in just 3.4 seconds.
Inside, the new Ferrari gets a makeover as well, now sporting a “dual cockpit” design (which looks borrowed from a futuristic, concept car) with a 10.25-in HD touchscreen, and a passenger cell sporting another touchscreen packed with a “plethora of features.” This fine machine probably drives the way it looks – superbly.