When the Ferrari FF made its debut five years ago, it certainly wasn’t the best looking model. Adding the fact that it’s one of the oldest designs in the Ferrari family, the FF isn’t quite the desirable car like its brothers, the 458 or LaFerrari.

The luxury car company is trying to bring the FF back from the dead. The updated FF, which is being rebranded as the GTC4 Lusso, adds a sharp modern look and innovation to the unwanted sports car.

The 6.3-liter V12 carries over in naturally aspirated guise, but now produces 680 hp and 514 lb-ft; a noticeable upgrade from the old FF’s 651 horsepower and 504 pound-feet of torque. And the GTC4 will still rock the only all-wheel drive system that Ferrari has ever made, even adding four-wheel steering to the fray, too.

All of the revised mechanical improvements are encased in a new sheetmetal exterior. It’s a more sculpted look, opting for aggression over the rounded shape of the old FF. Look out for the new FF – er, the GTC4 Lusso – at the Geneva Motor Show next month.