Although Ferrari is most known for its high-performance sports vehicles, the business is also capable of producing high-quality grand touring automobiles. The GTC4Lusso and GTC4Lusso T, both due out in 2020, are excellent examples of their category mastery. Its sibling, the GTC4Lusso T, features a smaller but still potent turbocharged V-8 and rear-wheel drive, while the GTC4Lusso boasts a monstrously powerful V-12 and all-wheel drive.
Both are nearly identical 2+2 coupes, which means they can seat four people but only have two doors. This is the only Ferrari in Ferrari’s lineup that is suitable for a family at present. The GTC4Lusso’s performance is unaffected by the addition of the two extra seats, as seen by the Lusso V-12’s top speed of 208 mph. And while it may be fast and fierce, this Ferrari is also refined and comfy.
Ferrari GTC4lusso Price
Prices for the Ferrari GTC4 2022 start at $503,888 for the base Coupe GTC4 Lusso and go all the way up to $578,000 for the top-of-the-line model (AWD). Premium unleaded gasoline is offered as an option for the 2022 Ferrari GTC4.
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Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The engines are the key differentiator between the GTC4Lusso and GTC4Lusso T. A 6.3-liter V-12 produces power for the Lusso, while the 3.9-liter V-8 in the Lusso T is a twin-turbocharged. Both powertrains provide smooth, rapid changes thanks to their dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmissions.
Unlike the Lusso T, which only has rear-wheel drive, the Lusso’s engine powers all four wheels. In terms of performance, both models are unparalleled. With a claimed acceleration time of fewer than three seconds from zero to sixty miles per hour, a top speed of 208 miles per hour for the Lusso, and 199 for the T, Ferrari is confident in its performance promises.
If you’re not careful when driving any vehicle, you may easily get triple digits on the speedometer. The conventional four-wheel steering system contributes to the car’s responsive and precise steering, making for excellent handling. While you could easily set fast lap times in a GTC4, Ferraris are Ferraris, and the suspensions were adjusted more for grand touring comfort.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
While neither the GTC4Lusso nor the GTC4Lusso T is the most fuel-efficient vehicle on the market, they are more economical than other Ferrari models. The V-12 in the GTC4Lusso is thirsty; the EPA estimates just 12 mpg in city driving and 17 mpg on the interstate.
The GTC4Lusso T performs better, with 15 city mpg and 21 highway mpg claimed by the EPA. Differences in driving wheels, engine type, and weight all contribute to poor fuel economy. The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, which is driven by a V-12 engine, achieves the same fuel efficiency as the GTC4Lusso T, which is propelled by a V-8. The Lusso and Lusso T haven’t been through our 200-mile highway loop for real-world fuel economy testing; once we do, we’ll update this piece with the results. Do any supercar owners care about gas mileage?
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
Typical of a Ferrari, the cabin is a luxurious oasis wrapped in plush leather. The 10.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system is quick to respond and offers a wealth of features. If all occupants are of normal height, the four seats inside the cabin of this large tourer will provide ample space. Customers can customize the interior of their GTC4Lusso to their specifications by choosing from a broad variety of leather colors, trim materials, and seat designs offered by Ferrari.
The GTC4Lusso has more cargo room than rivals like the McLaren GT and DBS Superleggera because of its hatchback layout. Behind the back seats, we were able to stow four bags during our evaluation; these seats can fold down flat, should you require even more cargo room.
Infotainment and Connectivity
The GTC4Lusso has a quick 10.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system with capacitive touch controls, making it one of the best in its class. There are two ways to interact with the display: via the on-screen controls or the dedicated knob and button interface. The infotainment system can be replaced by a passenger display, as it has been in many other Ferraris.