I confess: I had mixed feelings about saying goodbye to the 2017 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso.
I was sad, because I’d had such a good week driving it. But I was also happy, because I had gotten through the week without damaging it.
This top-of-the-line Italian sports touring car, an update of the previous Ferrari FF model, is a luscious-looking shooting brake coupe — or, in American automotive terms, a long-nosed, two-door, four-passenger fastback.
Powered by Ferrari’s legendary V12 engine, which makes a staggering 680 horsepower and 514-pound feet of torque, it hits a top speed of 208 mph and a zero-to-60 pace of under 3.4 seconds.
But unlike sports cars that are comparably...