The GTC4Lusso T is a Ferrari you really could drive every day
Spending a few days with a Ferrari is a treat, even if you get to drive as diverse an array of vehicles as we do here at Ars. As a small manufacturer with perhaps the best brand recognition in the auto industry, Ferrari doesn’t really need to lend journalists its cars to sell them. And with a small press fleet and a big country to cover, the opportunity to drive one therefore remains rare. So it’s perhaps not surprising that having recently scheduled such a loan, it’s something I still look forward to immensely. That was certainly the case for this car, the $256,000 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T.
The new vehicle is the replacement for the Ferrari FF, and the prospect of four days with a Lusso T offered a chance to see how the legendary Italian automaker evolves and iterates its ideas. Ferrari’s goal with the Lusso T was to build on the success of the FF, which sold well by the standards of four-seat Ferraris. The car maker wanted to create something that was both “sporty and versatile, as well as perfect for driving on a daily basis.”
Source: Ars Technica