Italian sports car brand Ferrari unveiled its newest product, the GTC4Lusso, that replaces the FF in manufacturer's line-up. The new four-seater in grand tourer styling comes with rear-wheel steering for the first time.
Being the successor of FF, the GTC4Lusso, features an evolved design of the former. While the basic silhouette of the new car remains unchanged and modifications include a restyled front bumper with built-in air intakes. The car also features rear air vents, a roof-mounted spoiler, triple-fence diffuser and double circular taillights. Ferrari claims the combined effect of aerodynamic features results in a coefficient of drag value that is substantially lower than the FF.
On the inside, the GTC4Lusso boasts of dual cockpit architecture. The GTC4Lusso also debuts with the new Infotainment platform featuring a 10.25-inch HD screen with touch technology. The new steering wheel is more compact that houses smaller air bag and the integrated controls are more ergonomic now.
The naturally-aspirated 6.2-litre V12 engine in FF that develops 651bhp and 683Nm has been retuned to deliver 680bhp and 697Nm of torque in GTC4Lusso. The boost in power resulted in slashing of 0-100kmph time by 0.3 seconds; it now takes just 3.4 seconds. The top speed of the car remained unchanged at 335 kmph.
The new car measures 4,922mm in length, 1,980mm in width and 1,383mm in height with dry weight of 1,790kg. The world premiere of the GTC4Lusso will be at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.