New version of four-seat Ferrari GTC4Lusso gets turbocharged V8 power and rear-wheel driveThe Ferrari GTC4Lusso T has been announced ahead of its public debut at the Paris Motor Show. Unlike the GTC4Lusso, which has a 6.3-litre V12 and four-wheel drive, the Lusso T gets a twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 engine and two-wheel drive. As you might expect, the new car is also lighter than its V12-engined sibling.As well as the new engine, it gets innovative four-wheel steering and a host of hi-tech driver aids. The GTC4Lusso T is set to be one of the more usable everyday Ferraris, thanks to its reasonably large boot, four seats and, relatively speaking, much improved fuel economy and emissions.That new engine has been lifted from the back of the Ferrari 488 GTB and detuned to produce 593bhp. Despite this, the car will still do 0-62mph in just 3.5 seconds, while it has a top speed in excess of 198mph. It sends its power to the rear wheels only through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. This’ll be one of the less expensive Ferrari models to run, although you’ll still need deep pockets to keep it going. According to official figures, it’ll return around 24.3mpg, while CO2 emissions of 265g/km still put it in the top £515-a-year tax bracket. In order to keep all that power in check, the GTC4Lusso T comes with what Ferrari calls ‘Side Slip Control 3’. This is a combined traction and stability-control system that’s designed to make the car as fast around corners as possible. It also features four-wheel steering, which means the rear wheels turn slightly in the same direction as the fronts to make the car more agile, but without endangering stability at high speeds. There are no differences between Lusso and Lusso T in terms of styling, with the T keeping the two-door hatchback/estate/coupe ‘shooting brake’ bodystyle. Inside it gets Ferrari’s latest infotainment system, which is controlled from a 10.25-inch HD touchscreen on the dashboard.First buyers will have the unigue opportunity to drive this wonderful sedan with extremely strong engine.