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Car and Driver: Civility, Ferrari Style: 2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso Driven!

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That the 2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso is at least one second faster around Ferrari’s Fiorano test track than the wagonoid FF that it replaces is meaningless. Partly, this is because it’s essentially an update on the same car. But it’s also because, according to Stefano Varisco, the man responsible for the Lusso’s vehicle dynamics, improving lap times wasn’t a target for the Lusso development team. More to the point, the all-wheel-drive Lusso is clearly a GT car, a machine made for triple-digit sweepers and deserted highways more than for Alpine switchbacks. Hot laps? They’re in the Lusso’s purview but certainly not in its crosshairs. READ MORE ››

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Cabin looks too bubbley

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