Ferrari’s ‘Updated FF’ Is Called The GTC4Lusso And It Offers More Power and A LOT More Tech
We knew that Ferrari were bringing an updated FF but what we didn’t know was that it will be called the GTC4Lusso and that it would look drastically different. It offers more power, better tech and for the first time in a AWD car, a rear-wheel steering system. As you can see from the images below, the 2+2 GT has been given a major facelift which includes a lowered curve of the roof, restyled front bumper with wider grille, set of twin rear lights and an awesome triple-fence diffuser at the back. Power still comes from their 6.3-litre V12 but it has been increased from 651 horses to 680 horses. The name comes from previous prancing horses like the 300GTC, the 2+2 330GT and the Berlinetta Lusso but we can all see where the number 4 fits in thanks to the number of seats it has.
Ferrari has for the first time ever installed rear-wheel steering (4RM-S) which also incorporates the electronic E-Diff and the SCM-E dampers. They are all integrated by Ferrari’s software which allows the driver to easily manage the enormous amount of power on any terrain. The cabin has also been heavily updates too and it is the first Ferrari to get the Dual Cockpit architecture which is mean to enhance the experience for the front passenger. As you can see in the images, there is a generous digital display in front of the passenger which shows things like speed, rpm etc. Front and center is a 10.25-inch HD screen with capacitive touch technology which really does make the car look a lot more modern. The new Ferrari GTC4Lusso is going to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show and all we have to do is wait until then to get the rest of the details.