Replacing the FF, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso continues with the four-seat, all-wheel-drive shooting brake formula. Whilst looking similar to its predecessor, the styling has been improved with a more handsome look that will be remembered more kindly in future.
To provide more power than the outgoing Ferrari FF, the engineers have upped the compression ratio of the mighty 6.3L V12 to 13.5:1. This helps reach a peak output of 680 horsepower and 697 Nm of torque. That's a 20 hp and 14 Nm difference over the FF, which is only a minor leap but continues Ferrari's trend of always added power with new models. Ferraris patented four-wheel drive system introduced on the FF has been improved, integrating a four-wheel steering system into the mix, which should help liven up the driving experience making the car nimbler. Top speed remains the same at 208 mph, which firmly places the GTC4 Lusso in supercar territory despite its size.