Ferrari has replaced its four-seater, all-wheel drive FF with a new model which will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Called the GTC4Lusso, this new model is essentially a facelift of the old FF and like the latter, features four seats and an all-wheel drive.
While the basic silhouette remains the same, the new GTC4Lusso looks quite different compared to the FF. There’s a restyled bumper with built-in air intakes, a roof spoiler, and the biggest change of them all - dual circular taillights. Inside, the GTC4Lusso gets a new 10.25-inch display and a redesigned dash overall.
The powerhouse, meanwhile, comes in the form of the same old naturally-aspirated 6.2-litre V12 engine which has been reworked to develop 680bhp and 697Nm. The added power has dropped 0.3 seconds from the sprint to 100kmph from standstill at just 3.4 seconds. Mechanically, the biggest addition to the GTC4Lusso is the rear-wheel steering, like the latest-gen Porsche 911 GT3.
The new Ferrari GTC4Lusso will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show and will go on sale soon after with prices higher than that of the now defunct FF.