1 July 2016
Review

Here at Autocar we were always big fans of the Ferrari FF: Ferrari's quirky 'breadvan' shaped four-seater. Now, the FF has been updated, revised and refreshed, and gets a new name.

This is the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso.

And this is our drive on it, on some of the most beautiful - if busy - mountain roads that Europe has to offer. We find out how four-wheel steer combines with four-wheel drive and a sonorous 6.3-litre, naturally-aspirated V12 engine that revs to 8250rpm.

But, what do you reckon: a GTC4 Lusso? Or a Bentley Continental GT, Rolls-Royce Wraith or Aston Martin DB11?

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4 July 2016
Appealing roads !

7 November 2016
The shape looks off balance. Most ferraris have great side profile but their hatchback/wagon style bodies always look a little odd. Maybe because the front seems disproportionately long. But thankfully it brings back dual twin rear lights! Was getting tired of the single lights on other models. Ferraris should always have dual twin rear lights.

13 July 2016
It would be my choice.


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