The Maranello-based ultra-luxury supercar manufacturer has decided to axe the FF moniker as the facelifted model will be known from now on as the GTC4 Lusso.
The four-wheel drive supercar has received a mid life refresher that comes with subtle tweaks that lend an evolutionary design upgrade to go alongside the designation change. The new GTC4Lusso now boasts a modified front bumper equipped with built-in air intakes, new rear vents, a roof-mounted spoiler, as well as double circular taillights to match the modified diffuser. According to Ferrari all the changes also have their own aerodynamic role as the GTC4 Lusso has an increased efficiency. Inside the cockpit we see the model sporting an all new infotainment system with a 10.25-inch display – while the steering wheel has a sportier feeling thanks to the reduced dimensions made possible by the more compact airbag. New buttons and an updated Manettino dial are also noticeable, and there’s also a rather cool recess between the seats if you want to leave your key there.
The revisions have also touched the most important part of the supercar – the engine, with the naturally-aspirated 6.2-liter V12 mill lifted from the FF state of 651 horsepower (486 kilowatts) and 504 pound-feet (683 Newton meters) of torque to 680 hp (507 kW) and 515 lb-ft (697 Nm). The added oomph is enough to have the run to 62 mph (100 km/h) by 0.3 seconds faster at a mere 3.4 seconds while the maximum speed has remained the same at 208 mph (335 km/h). The GTC4Lusso also comes now packing a rear-wheel steering feature with the proprietary Slip Side Control setup talking to the electronic differential and dampers.