Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Interior
The GTC4Lusso T is a further refinement of the classic Lusso, taking the shooting brake coupe and reinterpreting it into a tapered, streamlined shape. The result is a Ferrari with an almost fastback-like silhouette, and the GTC4Lusso T interior bears precision design and engineering to match.
Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Interior Design
A triumph of sporty luxury, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T interior starts with its unique dual cockpit architecture.
The entire driver cockpit has been redesigned, starting with a more compact steering wheel. The smaller size allows for a more visible instrument cluster, keeping you abreast of your performance specs with just a glance. The GTC4Lusso T interior’s controls will feel different as well, with new shapes, function and positioning for superior ergonomics and improved ease of use.
While the joy of driving a Ferrari will still belong to the driver, this design allows for a shared driving experience with a passenger cockpit. The central divider sports comfort-oriented controls for easy driver and passenger access, while softer armrests, larger storage compartments, and a dedicated LCD touchscreen ensure your passenger’s time in the GTC4Lusso T is unparalleled.
Innovations in Onboard Comfort
Road noise fades away in the sanctity of the GTC4Lusso T cabin, with interior acoustics refined to deliver a serene drive without sacrificing the signature engine note of a Ferrari. By improving the rigidity of the chassis attachment points, upgrading the climate control system, and improving filtering and damping of intrusive noise, Ferrari has ensured you’ll hear just what matters: your audio system, conversation with your passenger, and the stunning 3.9L twin-turbo V8.
To ensure top comfort behind the wheel of the GTC4Lusso T, engineers nearly doubled the number of climate control sensors and added a new Rain LightAntiFogging Solar Sensor (RLFSoSe). The result is an automobile that is better attuned to your needs and delivers your desired temperature 25% faster.
Personalizing the GTC4Lusso T Interior
With every inch of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T interior designed toward your satisfaction, you should of course expect to be able to customize each element. Chicago drivers looking to personalize their new Ferrari can select from:
- Seating: Choose from standard, Daytona, or Diamond Pattern seating.
- Interior Color: Bring your personal style to the GTC4Lusso T interior with one of fifteen hues: Tortora, Charcoal, Carta Da Zucchero, Blu Medio, Blu Sterling, Black, Terra Bruciata, Iroko, Cioccolato, Bordeaux, Rosso Ferrari, Cuoio, Beige Tradizione, Sabbia, or Crema.
- Rev Counter: Select from five rev counter designs: Standard, Aluminium, Red, White, or Yellow.
- Carpet Colors: Pair your interior color with one of nine carpet colors: Black, Blue, Testa Di Moro, Dark Grey, Castoro, Nuovo Cuoio, Red, Bordeaux, or Otranto.
- Floor Mats: Choose between standard floor mats or Ferrari-embroidered mats bearing the GTC4Lusso T name.
- Interior Upgrades: Put the final touches on with an available carbon interior and passenger LCD display.
Find Your Ferrari
The unique cockpit design of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T interior simply demands to be experienced. Compare the GTC4Lusso to the GTC4Lusso T, then contact our team to get started on your way toward owning a new Ferrari.
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