With its four-seat layout, revolutionary four-wheel drive system and a decent boot size, the GTC4Lusso is the closest thing to a daily driver Ferrari has ever made.
Since it was launched earlier this year and subjected to countless reviews, most gear heads have already formed a solid opinion when it comes to what it can do, but it doesn’t hurt anyone to see what a young woman feels about it, after taking it on a short drive during a rainy afternoon.
She might be living in Germany, but for this review, the Ferrari wasn’t been taken to the Nurburgring for a few tire-shredding laps. Instead, Sophia Calate, who describes herself as a “supercar enthusiast” that drives a Porsche 991 GT3, focused mostly on the car’s practicality and talked about the large infotainment screen and other features, not just the sheer power of the 680 horsepower V12 lump or cornering at the limit.
Some online research revealed that Calate is not a stranger to supercars. In fact, she was often surrounded by some of the hottest machines on the planet, from the Lamborghini Huracan to the mighty Ferrari LaFerrari, so she has to know what she’s talking about, right?