A FOUR-SEAT grand tourer with an astonishing top speed of almost 210mph will be unveiled by Ferrari at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
The GTC4Lusso will be the first high performance four-wheel-drive vehicle to utilise rear wheel steering to bolster its handling characteristics.
Powered by a 6.2-litre V12 engine developing 680bhp the GTC4Lusso has a 0 to 60 time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 209.3mph.
Following on from the all-wheel-drive FF Ferrari and the legendary 2+2 330 GT of the 1960s, the GTC4Lusso uses Ferrari's 4RM Evo four-wheel drive set up combined with an electronic differential and damping system now allied to all-wheel steering to give extra grip and agility over poor surfaces.
Aerodynamic styling includes front wing air vents akin to those of the 330 GTC while inside the GTC4Lusso is fitted with what Ferrari describes as a Dual Cockpit where passengers have the option of an individual display within the vehicle.
The GTC4Lusso also sees a the introduction of a new ‘infotainment' platform featuring a 10.25-inch high definition touchscreen and a new steering wheel which is more compact thanks to a smaller air bag and more user-friendly integrated controls.
The car will have its world premiere at the Geneva show on March 1 where pricing and full specifications are likely to be announced.