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Ferrari GTC4 Lusso Debuts at Geneva Motor Show

The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. It replaces the Ferarri FF. The GTC4 Lusso is an elongated hatchback from the Italian luxury car maker. The Lusso is better looking than its predecessor and has more powerful and advanced technology as well.


The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso is powered by a V12 6.3 liter engine that produces 680hp and 697 Nm of torque @ 5750rpm. 80% of the torque is already available at 1750rpm. This is up from the 651hp and the 683Nm of torque that was produced by the FF. The drive system is all wheel. The GTC4 Lusso can hit the 0-100kmph mark in 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of 335kmph.


The GTC4 Lusso is very aerodynamic.  It has an improvement of over 6% over the drag coefficient of the FF. There is a single, large grille on the front with air intakes placed centrally behind it. The side bumpers are one smooth section, easing the airflow along the side of the car and the front wheels. There is a three louvre air vent with ducts behind them. They lead to the engine compartment and the front wheel arch. This reduces drag and increases downforce. There is a rear diffuser in place as well.

The GTC is exactly 16 foot long and looks to be the right size for an elongated hatchback. It offers a good combination of space on the inside. The driver and the passenger cockpit are separated by a central divider and feature a variety of comfort oriented controls that are common to both. There are comfortable arm rests and a dedicated LCD touchscreen. The combination of materials is in good taste and add a sense of enrichment to the interior.

Ferrari has not revealed any indication of pricing for the GTC4, but it would be north of $300k, since that is what the FF commanded. For a car like this, it is well worth it.

Ferrai GTC4 Lusso Technical Specifications:


Type V12 – 65°
Overall displacement 6262 cc
Bore and stroke 94 mm x 75.2 mm
Max. power output* 507 kW (690 CV) at 8,000 rpm
Max. torque* 697 Nm at 5,750 rpm
Max. engine speed 8,250 rpm
Compression ratio 13.5:1


Length 4,922 mm
Width 1,980 mm
Height 1,383 mm
Wheelbase 2,990 mm
Front track 1,674 mm
Rear track 1,668 mm
Kerb weight** 1,920 kg
Dry weight** 1,790 kg
Weight distribution 47% front – 53% rear
Boot capacity 800/450 l
Fuel tank capacity 91 l


Front 245/35 ZR20; 8.5″ J x 20″
Rear 295/35 ZR20; 10.5″ J x 20″


Front 398 mm x 38 mm
Rear 360 mm x 32 mm


4RM EVO/4WS/ 7-speed F1 DCT/ E-Diff


SSC4/CST with F1 TRAC, ESP 9.0 Premium with ABS EVO/SCM-E


Max. speed 335 Km/h
0 – 100 km/h 3.4 sec
0 – 200 km/h 10.5 sec
100-0 km/h 34
200-0 km/h 138
Dry weight/power 2.6 kg

Continue reading for our image gallery of the beautiful new Ferrari GTC4 Lusso.

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