If the drivetrain and seating layout of the new GTC4Lusso sound familiar, it’s because they’re identical to those of the Ferrari FF. The two cars even look the same at first glance, but almost body panel seems to have been reshaped.
Under the GTC4Lusso’s long hood is a naturally aspirated, 6.3-litre V12 engine that develops 690 metric horsepower (or 681 US hp) at a stratospheric 8000 r/min as well as 514 lb.-ft. of torque at 5750 r/min. Zero to 100 km/h is estimated at 3.4 seconds. In comparison, the FF belts out 660 metric hp and reaches 100 clicks in 3.7 seconds.
The Lusso also gets a four-wheel drivetrain called 4RM Evo in addition to the fourth version of the company’s Slip Side Control system. However, both are now linked to rear-wheel steering.
Inside, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso gets a new dashboard, a new steering wheel and more sophisticated instruments. That includes a new infotainment system with 10.25-inch touchscreen and navigation, in replacement of the FF’s unit that’s really a clone of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Uconnect system.
No pricing has yet been announced for the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, but the grand touring coupe will make its first public appearance at the upcoming Geneva Auto Show.