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The Ferrari GTC4Lusso has replaced the FF in the Prancing Horse lineup. Both are shoot brake coupes, and both offer impressive versatility to with the world-class performance for which Ferrari cars are known. Both offer breathtaking performance, but the GTC4Lusso offers further refinement of a Prancing Horse that’s built as much for the track as it is for a daily driver around Chicago.
The immediate appearance of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso vs. FF is very similar at first glance — this update is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The GTC4Lusso features a new grille, a new roof spoiler, and a new diffuser, resulting in a lower drag coefficient than the FF. The GTC4Lusso also boasts new headlights and taillights to help contribute to a distinctive look all its own.
Regardless of which you choose, the shooting brake body style is distinctive, and offers impressive versatility.
The overall shape of the GTC3Lusso is very similar to that of the FF, but there are differences on the inside, mostly in terms of technology. There are now more instruments for the front passenger to look at, along with a significantly larger center console screen — the GTC4Lusso’s is a 10.25-inch touchscreen, a significant upgrade over the FF’s 6.5-inch touchscreen. Both cars are available with a rear infotainment system.
Both vehicles feature room for four occupants and offer 28 cubic feet of maximum cargo space with the rear seats folded down.
Then considering the Ferrari FF vs. Lusso, the first thing you might notice is that both cars come equipped with a naturally aspirated 6.3L V12, but the GTC4Lusso offers a bit more power and slightly fast acceleration as a result. The GTC4Lusso serves up 680 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque (compared to the FF’s 651 hp and 504 lb-ft of torque). The end result is that top speed remains constant at 208 mpg, though the GTC4Lusso is quicker off the line, shaving 0.3 seconds off of the FF’s 0-62-mph time.
While both cars are equipped with an all-wheel-drive system, the GTC4Lusso features rear-wheel steering, a notable change from the FF. Additionally, the GTC4Lusso, despite its bump in output and performance, also offers slightly superior efficiency to the FF.
Whether you’re looking for the FF or the newer GTC4Lusso, you’ll be getting a supercar with real versatility, a car that compromises on neither the road nor the track. Whether you’re in St. Louis, Indianapolis, or anywhere else in the United States, we can help you find the Prancing Horse of your dreams. Contact Continental AutoSports to get started — we’re based in the Chicago area, but we proudly serve enthusiasts throughout the United States!
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