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A new Ferrari! It is. If you ask Ferrari, the GTC4 Lusso T is a sixth model in its line-up. It’s only an upper case T away from the GTC4 Lusso, though, so we’d argue it’s an engine variant. Something which would make the GTC4 the first Ferrari with a choice of engines, unless you include some odd 2.0-litre-engined tax-busting specials from the 1980s. Beneath its long front bonnet – though tucked almost centrally in the car, behind the front axle – is a 3.9-litre V8 turbo engine, driving only the rear wheels. That positions it somewhat differently to the regular Lusso, with its naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 and four-wheel drive. More affordable, too: this Lusso T is over £30,000 cheaper, starting at a whisker under £200,000. What else is new? Not a huge amount. Ferrari’s other array of chassis technology – electronic differential, four-wheel steering, Side Slip Control – is all fitted, each in its most up-to-date configuration. And unless you spec some fancy exhaust tips and the Lusso T’s exclusive design of 20in wheels, it looks identical to a V12 Lusso, too.