Ferrari has not confirmed rumors about the resignation of the versatile personAugust 31, 2020
The Italians will not discontinue production of the GTC4 Lusso.
Italian company Ferrari has denied rumors that the GTC4 Lusso shooting break will be retired with the appearance of the first crossover Purosangue in the model line.
As you know, the first SUV of the Ferrari brand under the name Purosangue should go on sale in 2022, if the coronavirus pandemic did not interfere with these plans. It will be built on a new front-engine architecture, which provides for the installation of V6, V8 and V12 engines, both with and without a hybrid system, as well as a “robot” according to the transaxle scheme.
However, Ferrari has denied rumors about the resignation of the shooting break. While the Purosangue is rumored to be outwardly a “four-door coupe” with more ground clearance than a regular crossover, the GTC4 Lusso will also have room in the lineup, although the business case for keeping the Shooting Break is confusing. The four-seater GTC4 Lusso is powered by a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 with 680 horsepower.
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