No sooner than the facelifted Ferrari FF that was renamed to GTC4Lusso hit the net, and the rendering frenzy started with this artist trying out a convertible look for the Italian exotic.
The image comes courtesy of X-Tomi and it shows the newest Ferrari model with its fresh updates in a new blue color. It's a pure flight of fantasy, though, as the automaker has no plans to offer a roadster version of the new GTC4Lusso.
The FF's successor will continue its life as a coupe, with an AWD system that was updated by adding rear-wheel steering for the first time. Referred to as the 4RM-S (four-wheel drive and steering), the system incorporates electronic E-Diff and SCM-E dampers and it helps the driver handle the 514lb-ft (697Nm) of torque better on low-grip situations.
We'll remind you that the 6.3-liter V12 is now more powerful as well, at 680hp up from 651hp, but Ferrari is keeping performance specs a secret for now, so enthusiasts have to wait for the GTC4Lusso to debut next month in Geneva, to find out exactly how fast it is.