Continent-crushing four-seat GTs need a leader too, and Ferrari knows how to claim the throne once again with the latest GTC4Lusso.
Ferrari heavily updated their shooting brake by giving it a more emotional visual character, more technology features inside-out and even more power from the naturally aspirated V12 engine.
Key differences between the GTC4Lusso and the FF it replaces include the adoption of the rear-wheel steering system in a bid to make this wagon even more nimble at bends.
The 6.3-litre V12 is now making 680hp and 514lb-ft, with 80 percent of it available from just 1,750rpm, while emitting one of the most spine-tingling soundtracks known to man. The interior also got a thorough redesign and now features a nice, big 10.25-inch infotainment high-def display, a more compact steering wheel and a nicely-sized digital display in front of the front passenger which shows info about the engine, speed or audio.
Motor Trend reviews the new Ferrari wagon in their latest Ignition episode linked below.