Geneva: This week in Geneva, the Ferrari has shown the last part of its products across the world Ferrari GTC4Lusso debut.
“The GTC4Lusso is a completely new car,” said Enrico Galliera, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing in a Ferrari. He spoke at a press conference 10 minutes, which should be 15 minutes, but it started 30 minutes late. He is trying to compensate for the time. “Ninety percent of the components of the vehicle are new.”
It’s a small difference, to put it mildly, surprising, if you can find any at all with the naked eye. GTC4Lusso slightly lower and sportier than the FF model, with improved aerodynamics and sharp edges in their body brakes. The rest is obvious, new things have to be in – and under the hood.
In fact, the new car uses a Ferrari V12, 6262 cc engine without turbocharging to achieve 690 hp a whopping (40 hp more than FF). It can hit sixty miles per hour in 3.4 seconds. Top speed is 208 miles/h, it accelerates the time faster than its predecessor.
In addition, this new steering wheel, a 10.25-inch high resolution screen infotainment inside, and – most importantly the system “back on the wheel,” which is still used by Ferrari 4WD, but can drive the rear wheels independently of each other.