Ferrari GTC4Lusso Reviews

November 10th, 2018 by

Ferrari GTC4Lusso on Mountain Road
In order to understand a Ferrari, one must drive a Ferrari. Until you can make it out to Ferrari Lake Forest to put it to the test, we have Ferrari GTC4Lusso reviews from some of the biggest names in the auto world to tide you over. They know how fast a Ferrari should go, what it should feel like, and beautifully articulate what elevates the GTC4Lusso above its imitators and sets it apart from the GTC4Lusso T.

Car and Driver

“The Lusso doesn’t make itself small on these roads. It just swallows them whole. There’s nothing subtle here, but there is a calm confidence about its abilities. Utterly stuck to the ground, the front tires follow every command from the lightly weighted steering wheel, and, in turn, the rest of the big coupe obeys.”
Ferrari GTC4Lusso Grille

Top Gear

“New four-wheel steering really does make the GTC4 more agile than the FF. The car is a bit lighter (by about 60kg in all), which helps with direction changes, but Ferrari’s system, which is almost entirely unobtrusive, makes the GTC4 sharper into corners (when the wheels turn in the opposite direction to the fronts) and gives it a more attacking, willing demeanor.”

Jeremy Clarkson

“I stuck the picture on my office wall and spent many long moments gazing at it. And I drove the production team mad by thinking up idiotic reasons why we should put it in the next series of The Grand Tour. The team would say we should do something on hatchbacks and I’d suggest the Ferrari. I suggested it for everything.”

MotorTrend

“Debuting for the 2017 model year, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso is based on the same basic hardware and styling as the outgoing FF, although, almost every component has been upgraded or improved. The 6.3L now churns out 680 hp at a sky-high 8,000 rpm (8,250-rpm redline) while producing 80 percent of its 514 lb-ft of torque at just 1,750 rpm. An updated version of the innovative 4RM all-wheel-drive system returns and a four-wheel steering system was added to the GTC4Lusso to improve driving dynamics. ”

Digital Trends

“Competitors? In this realm, there aren’t many, as the GTC4Lusso is pretty much at the top of the echelon. If anything, the closest rivals would probably be the 12-cylinder Bentley Continental GT … the GTC4Lusso is in a class of its own”

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