2019 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
Ferrari kind of threw away the rule book with the GTC4 Lusso model that first hit showrooms in 2016. The previous model, the FF, had paved the way for a Ferrari with four proper seats and a roomy luggage area, as well as the addition of an all-wheel-drive platform which gave the mighty coupe astounding grip in all conditions. But the GTC4 Lusso built on that with a four-wheel-steering system that absolutely maximised the potential of the AWD system. The company modified and improved that all-wheel-drive system at the same time, further extending the car’s high-speed capabilities.
Every Bit a Ferrari
At much the same time, Ferrari also offered this car with a turbocharged V8 engine (and deleted the all-wheel-drive system) to arrive at the Lusso T, but this example is the car that proved the more things change, the more they stay the same. And that’s because the Lusso continued the proud Ferrari tradition of a normally-aspirated V12 mounted in front of the passenger cell. And what a V12. With higher compression, more power and more torque, the performance was absolutely shattering. And still is.
This example is finished in a stunning shade of blue with a blacked-out roof panel concealing the panoramic sunroof, while the interior is a lush combination of black and tan leather, complete with Cavallino headrests and special stitching.
Everything and More
Other factory options include a suspension lifter, adaptive headlights and yellow brake calipers. Presented with extremely low kilometres showing, this example has also been fitted with a paint-protection film as added security for those movie-star looks.
Features include: Low kilometres, Blu Tour De France metallic paint, Cuoio (grained leather interior) yellow brake calipers, panoramic sunroof, adaptive headlights, suspension lifter, paint protection, dual-zone climate-control, powered and heated front seats, navigation, selectable drive modes, reversing camera, drilled alloy pedals.