Ferrari has given the FF a facelift. The changes also include another nameplate: GTC4 Lusso. The number 4 in the model name refers to the number of driving wheels, and to the number of seats of the fast car.
Under the hood of the GTC4 Lusso is of course a 12-cylinder engine, with an output of 690 hp at 8,000 rpm (the FF had 660 hp). The four-seater Ferrari has a weight-to-power ratio of 2.6 kg / hp. Torque also increased, from 683 to 697 Nm, and is released at 5,750 rpm, while 80% of the pulling power is available from just 1,750 rpm. The sprint time is also fine, the GTC4 Lusso goes from 0 to 100 km / h for 3.4 seconds. The top speed is 334 km / h.
The transmission is done on all four wheels, via Ferrari’s patented 4RM Evo system. As a first, this system was linked to rear-wheel steering and was given the name 4RM-S. Based on Ferrari’s Slip Slide Control, the system combines the electronic differential and SCM-E dampers.
Apart from some small detail, little has changed on the outside of the Italian schootingbrake. The GTC4 Lusso looks very similar to the FF, but for the first time since the F430 brought back the characteristic double round taillights for Ferrari.
The interior underwent a metamorphosis. The main eye-catcher is the 10.25-inch central screen of the infotainment system. Thanks to new (front) seats, there is more room for the rear passengers.
The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso will be in the showroom from June. Come into the beautiful world of Ferrari.