Ferrari has unveiled the facelifted successor to the FF grand tourer, called the GTC4 Lusso, ahead of its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show.
Engine & Gearbox Specs
- Engine Type & Configuration - Petrol, naturally aspirated V12
- Capacity - 6.3-litres
- Max. Power - 680bhp@ 8,000rpm
- Max. Torque - 697Nm@ 5,750rpm (80% available @1,750rpm)
- Dry Weight - 1790kg
- 0–100km/h - 3.4 seconds
- Top Speed - 335km/h
The GTC4 Lusso's engine sends its power to all four wheels through a 7-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox. The power is distributed to all four wheels through the same 4-wheel drive system found in the FF but now the rear wheels also assist with the steering as well something first seen on the F12tdf.
Exterior And Interior Design
The GTC4 Lusso is basically a redesigned when it comes to design. However, if you do take a look at the car it seems like the designer was quite angry when he decided to pen the GTC4 Lusso.
Gone are friendly and inviting curves that made the FF appeal to family-oriented Ferrari owner. The new body shape looks more aggressive, more sculpted and a whole lot sharper.
At the front there is a much larger air intake featuring integrated air intakes that allow better air flow into the engine. The headlights have been redesigned as well.
At the rear the GTC4 Lusso features new taillights, a redesigned diffuser and a roof mounted spoiler.
Inside, the new Ferrari features a new 10.25-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay from Delphi. Ferrari's dual cockpit display is also present and now comes with a G-meter, a first for Ferrari.
Ferrari has confirmed that the GTC4 Lusso will be making its debut at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show, though there are no details currently available