Ferrari already has two replacements lined up.
Ferrari models typically fall into one of two categories: mid-engined sports cars and front-engined grand tourers. But there is one Ferrari model that is a bit different. The 2020 Ferrari GTC4Lusso, the successor to the FF, is by far the strangest Ferrari model offered today. It comes in two versions, the rear-wheel-drive GTC4Lusso T with a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 602 horsepower and the all-wheel-drive version with a 6.3-liter V12 delivering 680 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque.
Unlike most Ferrari models, the GTC4Lusso sends power to all four wheels and also features a hatchback shooting brake body style with a massive trunk and usable rear seats. Sadly though, the GTC4Lusso's status as the most practical Ferrari could come to an end, according to a dealership.
Miller Motorcars, a luxury dealership in Greenwich, Connecticut, says it just delivered its final example, finished in Blu America with a tan interior. Ferrari denies that the GTC4Lusso is discontinued, but James Puglisi, a salesman for the dealership, said that order books for the GTC4Lusso are now closed, and that production should end before the end of 2020.
Should you still be in the market for one, plenty of new examples can still be found on dealer lots if you don't care about a custom specification.
The GTC4Lusso was never a high-volume model for Ferrari, so we aren't too shocked to see it go. In its place, the Roma coupe and Purosangue SUV will the the void as more practical models. Ferrari's first SUV has already been spotted in prototype form, wearing a GTC4Lusso body shell to disguise its appearance. Just as they've done in the mainstream segment, SUVs have permeated the exotic market, replacing sedans and hatchbacks like the GTC4Lusso. This car, like the FF before it, was completely unique compared to other Ferrari models and could hold an exciting spot in history as a collector's item in years to come.