This is the new GTC4Lusso T, Ferrari's second-ever hatchback.

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It's an evolution of the GTC4Lusso, which has a V-12 and all-wheel-drive.

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This T drops that engine in exchange for the company's remarkably good, twin-turbocharged V-8.

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But it loses the AWD.

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No pricing or availability yet, but look for a starting figure somewhere north of $300,000.

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