Wheelsandmore’s Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Packs More Grunt Than The V12

Wheelsandmore has completed yet another tuning program for a Ferrari, in this case the GTC4Lusso T.

This project isn’t about just a new set of rims, but a plug-and-play box for the twin-turbo 3.9-liter V8 in two different stages. Stage 1 brings the output to 695PS (685hp) and 860Nm (634lb-ft) of torque, while Stage 2 lifts it to 715PS (705hp) and 885Nm (653lb-ft).

In Stage 2 guise, the tuned GTC4Lusso T is 105PS (104hp) and 125Nm (92lb-ft) of torque more powerful than the stock one. Moreover, it also surpasses the naturally aspirated V12 engine’s output by 25PS (25hp) 188Nm (139lb-ft). This should be enough to give the lesser version an edge over the V12, which needs 3.4sec to cover the 0-100km/h (0-62mph) sprint, 0.1 seconds faster than the standard V8.

So, how much would the chip tuning cost? That would be at least €2,520 ($3,105) in Germany, without tax, to which another €12,597 ($15,520) will be added for the special 21- and 22-inch wheel set. The rims are shod in 255/30/21 front and 315/25/22 rear Pirelli rubber, and the price doesn’t include any upgrades.

The tuner offers special lowering springs for the GTC4Lusso T, which lower the ride height by 30mm (1.19in) and are compatible with the lift-up system, too.

Finally, the Italian supercar can be had with a handcrafted exhaust for a deeper tone and probably a few extra horses squeezed from the engine.

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  • Six_Tymes

    looks really good. nice specs also

    • Zandit75

      Can’t agree this time bud, but then the stock car I consider being very ugly too, so no set of wheels and engine upgrades is going to change my mind on that.
      I cringed when seeing all the paint runs and dodgy looking welds/sealing around the rear of the chassis. I would have thought details like that would be neater than what you see on a Ford or Chevy buzzbox.

      • Dr Strangefinger

        I agree on this.


    • Dr Strangefinger

      Yeah, that’s right. It’s all the rage within most Ferrari enthusiast circles.

  • Bo Hanan

    Uglier, slower and more expensive???…. Nope!

  • omg that rear view photos without the bumper is quite gross.

  • Bash

    I love the lowered stance, but those wheels looks out of place. at least to me.

  • Infinite1

    One would think that with a price tag and a Ferrari nameplate, there wouldn’t be any paint runs nor entry level looking welds. I love hatchbacks but the front end of the GTC could of used some more work.

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