As with Porsche's 718, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso relies on a few throwback elements in its new name. Both GTC and Lusso refer to Ferraris from days gone by.

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The number 4 likely alludes to its seating capacity, or perhaps its number of driven wheels.

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A 6.3-liter, 12-cylinder engine powers the GTC4Lusso, putting out 680 brake horsepower and 514 pound-feet of torque.

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With its all-wheel drive system, the GTC4Lusso is capable of reaching 62 mph in 3.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 208 mph.

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While not terribly different from the FF, the GTC4Lusso does carry some stronger lines in its headlights and below the rear decklid.

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The vehicle also sports a new rear-wheel steering system for improved handling, similar to the system on the F12 Berlinetta.

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Inside, the GTC4Lusso sports a new 10-inch, high-definition touchscreen infotainment system. The passenger once again receives his or her own small screen, too.

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Supportive sport seats are standard equipment for all four passengers.

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As you might expect, the GTC4Lusso's interior represents some of the best work in the industry.

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