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Ferrari GTC4Lusso Coming To India In 2017

  • Jul 22, 2016
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The successor to the Ferrari FF, the GTC4Lusso broke cover earlier this year. Now, some sources suggest that the GTC4Lusso, a 2+2 supercar, will make its way to India in 2017. Expect the pricing to hover around Rs 5 crore.

The GTC4Lusso is Ferrari's attempt to improve upon its previous 2+2 supercar FF and add more characteristics of a GT car to it. Under the hood, the GTC4Lusso houses the same 6.2-litre, V12 engine that also powered its predecessor. That said, the engine output is bumped slightly; the max power now stands at 690PS along with 697Nm of peak torque. This translates to a 0-100kmph time of 3.4 seconds and a top speed of 335kmph. The four-seater Ferrari sticks with the all-wheel drive setup and borrows the Ferrari 4RM-S (four-wheel steering) from its latest hardcore F12tdf.

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The silhouette of the GTC4Lusso is similar to the FF but it does get few visual tweaks. All the design elements are quintessentially Ferrari, for instance, the front end of the car with its refreshed headlamps and aero-fins looks very close to the recently developed 488GTB. The rear of the car has remained controversial ever since the GTC4Lusso was unveiled, mostly because the elegant rear of the FF was replaced with a more muscular design that incorporates the trademark twin pod tail lamps.

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Being a GT car, the interiors of the car are loaded with luxuries and lots of leather. The brushed aluminium highlights add a level of sophistication to the design. A large 10.25-inch touchscreen centre console with navigation reduces the number of physical buttons and gives a cleaner look to the dashboard. Just like the Ferrari FF, the GTC4Lusso promises to carry four adults in the lap of luxury.

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