Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Custom Forged Wheel Rims.
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Ferrari may be famous for their supercars, but the company is also adept at making powerful and luxurious grand touring cars. Their expertise in the segment is exemplified by the 2020 GTC4Lusso and GTC4Lusso T. The GTC4Lusso offers a monstrously powerful V-12 and all-wheel drive GTC4Lusso T has a smaller but still powerful turbocharged V-8 and rear-wheel purpose. Both are otherwise near-identical 2+2 coupes, meaning they have room for four, but only two doors, making this the only family-oriented Ferrari in the Italian automaker's line up—for now. The addition of the two extra seats doesn't detract from the GTC4Lusso's performance, as the Lusso V-12's 208-mph top speed confirms. But this Ferrari is also as civilized and comfortable as it is fast and ferocious.
Even though it means we're missing out on the throaty 6.3-liter V-12 engine, we'd pick the cheaper and slightly less powerful GTC4Lusso T over the $40,000 more expensive GT4CLusso. Both cars are great to drive, like all Ferraris, and the company claims the T is virtually as quick as 60 mph. The twin-turbocharged V-8 is down 78 horsepower to the V-12 but has more torque at lower engine speeds. While the engines and drivetrains differ between the two, both have the same features and options and are equally well equipped and comfortable. The Lusso T also gets much better fuel economy, with an EPA combined rating of 17 mpg to the Lusso's 13 mpg combined rating. This means you'll spend less time at the pump and more time in the driver's seat of a great-grand tourer.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The main difference between the GTC4Lusso and GTC4Lusso T is their powertrains. The Lusso is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V-12, while twin-turbocharged 3.9-liter V-8 power the Lusso T. Both engines are mated to dual-clutch seven-speed automatic transmissions executes crisp, quick shifts. But the Lusso's motor drives all four wheels while the Lusso T is rear-wheel drive only. Both models are exceptional performers. Ferrari claims that their zero-to-60-mph times to be in the mid-3.0-second range and says the Lusso will top out at 208 mph while the T gets to 199. In either car, triple-digit speeds will quickly appear in your instrument cluster if you don't exercise caution. Handling is spectacular, too, thanks to sensitive, precise steering, aided by the standard four-wheel steering system. The GTC4s' suspensions are tuned for more grand touring comfort than for setting hot laps at the track, but you could certainly do that too; these are Ferraris, after all.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
As expected with a Ferrari, the interior is a splendid place to be, with a sea of soft leather surrounding the car’s occupants. There is a large and responsive infotainment display right at your fingertips that span 10.3 inches. You can comfortably fit four people in this grand tourer’s cabin, as long as none of them are above average height. Ferrari offers a wide range of interior options, including leather color, trim materials, and seat types, allowing customers to spec-out their GTC4Lusso precisely to their liking. Unlike other competitors in the segment, like the McLaren GT and DBS Superleggera, the GTC4Lusso has plenty of cargo space thanks to its hatchback design. In our testing, we fit four carry-ons behind the rear seats, which also fold flat if you happen to need more space.