Ahead of its debut at the Geneva Car Show next month, Ferrari’s four-seater grand tourer, the FF, has undergone a name change and is now the GTC4 Lusso. In addition to a change in identity, Ferrari adds more power and a four-wheel drive to its luxury super coupe’s four-wheel steering system. With a 12-cylinder, 6.3 liter engine, the GTC4 Lusso has a power output of 680 hp, meaning it can reach 60 mph from a standstill in just three seconds. Additional details include air vents at the wings, integrated air intakes on the front grille, and a triple-fence diffuser, making the GTC 4 Lusso a vehicle that combines sporty performance with an unforgettable driving experience, two tokens of the Italian marque.

Deliveries for the GTC 4 Lusso will begin in the fourth quarter.

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