A replacement for the FF model, the GTC4Lusso was similarly designed as a more family-friendly Ferrari meant for everyday driving. Also like the FF, it's got rear passenger seats and four-wheel drive. But the GTC4Lusso has two things the FF didn't have: rear-wheel steering and elegant curves.
The FF's main criticism was its somewhat utilitarian look, which earned it a spot on Edmunds' 2012 list of the "10 Ugliest Ferraris of All Time." So Ferrari has made the GTC4Lusso look far more, well, Ferrari-like. That means more athletic, streamlined curves, sportier air intakes, a lower roof and a more tapered tail.
Ferrari also added rear-wheel steering, which it's integrating with four-wheel drive for the first time. It's powered by a 12-cylinder engine that can take the car from zero to 100 kilometers per hour (or 62 mph) in 3.4 seconds, and can hit a top speed of more than 200 mph. There's no word yet on price, but the FF starts at around $300,000.