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Ferrari debuts its newest four-wheel-drive hatch, the GTC4Lusso

The "practical" Ferrari gets an all new design and a big boost in power.
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Though the idea of a Ferrari hatchback will forever polarize enthusiasts, how could you ever think that a 200+ mph hyper-hatch wouldn't be a fun daily driver? Now called the GTC4Lusso, the former FF arrives with a sleeker body style, a proper V12, and a four-wheel-drive system designed to tackle just about any terrain. 

More specifically, the 6.3L, naturally aspirated V12 will produce 680-hp, 514 lb-ft of torque, and will hit launch from 0-60 in 3.4 seconds while on its way to a top speed of 208 mph. Other improvements include four-wheel steering that is part of their patented 4RM-S system and Slip Side Control 4.0, which helps to keep the car grippy and in control whether you're on snowy or wet conditions.

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