Hello, dear readers! Today we are going to show you the newly unveiled follow-up version of the Ferrari’s FF, but this time without the F’s, it’s the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, the shooting-brake concept upgrade for this luxury brand.
When Ferrari’s FF made its debut for 2012, the model broke new ground by being the first Ferrari with four-wheel drive. Like the FF, the GTC4Lusso is a long-roof hatchback, that allows it to seat four and carries a reasonable amount of luggage.
Take a look below to some pictures of this beautiful upgrade of the Ferrari FF’s.
Basically, it’s the familiar GTC4Lusso/FF we know and love, minus the V12 and reconfigured to rear-wheel drive with a four-wheel steering system, but as any self-respecting new Ferrari must, the GTC4Lusso also ups the performance quotient.
Ferrari has lured a few more horses into its (still naturally aspirated) V-12 corral. A higher compression ratio—now 13.5:1—sees increases in output to 681 horsepower, up from 651, at a lusty 8000 rpm.
Torque swells from 504 to 514 lb-ft at 5750 rpm. Ferrari claims a zero-to-62-mph time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 208 mph.
To improve its sensitivity, the number of sensors that relay environmental information to the climate control system was almost doubled. Its Dual Cockpit architecture is designed to enhance the shared driving experience!
The GTC4Lusso steering with many functionalities.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso ready and dressed to impress! The GTC4Lusso is a very big and very powerful, luxury four-seater Ferrari.
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