It’s a little late for a Ferrari GTC4Lusso review, given that it was unveiled a couple of years ago, but we’ll let this one slide, as it makes some interesting observations.
Dissected on video by CarWow, the successor of the FF is just as exciting to look at on the outside as it is to sit in.
It gets plenty of leather, sufficient storage spaces for a car in this class and an infotainment system that’s easy to use. However, the latter is not quite as intuitive as what you’d get in a BMW or Mercedes, but it still gets the job done.
More importantly, the GTC4Lusso is the only new Ferrari on sale that offers seating for four. The rear seats are not just for show, as two adults would gladly fit with just enough head, leg, and shoulder room.
Don’t be in a hurry to take your family on vacation in your GTC4Lusso though as, despite having a tailgate, its boot is not that spacious. Still, by folding the rear seats flat, it should be enough for a comfortable journey with one passenger and your luggage on board.
Cruising down the highway, or a twisty mountain road, is just as comfortable playing the role of a grand tourer. This means that it can absorb most bumps in the road and tire and wind noise are basically nonexistent, especially with the right foot down, which brings the sonorous V12 to life.
The 6.3-liter unit generates 690PS (680hp) and 697Nm (514lb-ft) of torque, which translates into a 0-100km/h (62mph) acceleration of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 335km/h (208mph).
There are, however, some annoying features with the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, that one probably doesn’t expect from a Prancing Horse – but we’ll let you discover them by watching the clip that follows.