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For sale 🏎️ Ferrari GTC4Lusso 🏁 Production 2500 for the V12 & 1500 for the V8.

  • €200,000
  • €300,000


Property ID: 132106
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🏎️ Ferrari GTC4Lusso 🏁 best price low milage , Ferrari. warranty


  • 🏒 Manufacturer: Ferrari
  • πŸ› οΈ Production: 2016–2020
  • πŸ“ Assembly: Maranello, Italy
  • πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ¨ Designer: Ferrari Styling Centre under Flavio Manzoni
  • πŸš— Class: Grand tourer (S)
  • 🚘 Body Style: 3-door shooting brake
  • 🏎️ Layout: Front mid-engine, all-wheel drive / rear-wheel drive (GTC4Lusso T)
  • 🀝 Related: Ferrari 812 Superfast


  • πŸš€ Engine:
    • GTC4Lusso: 6.3 L F140 ED V12
    • GTC4Lusso T: 3.9 L F154 BD twin-turbocharged V8
  • ⚑ Power Output:
    • GTC4Lusso: 690 PS (507 kW; 681 hp)
    • GTC4Lusso T: 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp)
  • πŸš₯ Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch


  • πŸ“ Wheelbase: 2,990 mm
  • πŸ“ Length: 4,922 mm
  • πŸ“ Width: 1,980 mm
  • πŸ“ Height: 1,383 mm
  • βš–οΈ Kerb Weight:
    • GTC4Lusso: 1,790 kg (dry)
    • GTC4Lusso T: 1,740 kg (dry)


  • GTC4Lusso (2016–2020): 6.3 L V12 engine, all-wheel drive
  • GTC4Lusso T (2017–2020): 3.9 L twin-turbocharged V8 engine, rear-wheel drive


  • πŸ›£οΈ 4RM-S four-wheel drive system
  • 🌟 Quad Circular Rear Lights
  • 🚘 Dual Cockpit Concept Design
  • ❄️ Front mid-engine layout
  • 🏞️ Shooting-brake coupe silhouette


  • πŸš— GTC4Lusso: 6,262 cc V12
    • Power: 690 PS (507 kW; 681 hp)
    • Torque: 700 Nβ‹…m (516 ftβ‹…lb)
  • πŸš— GTC4Lusso T: 3,855 cc V8 twin turbo
    • Power: 610 PS (449 kW; 602 hp)
    • Torque: 760 Nβ‹…m (561 ftβ‹…lb)


  • 🌟 Ferrari BR20: Custom model based on GTC4Lusso platform, featuring unique bodywork and interior enhancements. Developed for a long-standing customer, residing in Saudi Arabia.

Production around, 🏭 2000-2500 for the V12, πŸš€ and 1000-1500 for the V8.

The production of the Lusso T has endedΒ  summer 2020

Ferrari has ceased production of its GTC4 Lusso four-wheel-drive grand tourer, with the company’s upcoming SUV due to serve as its indirect replacement.

In a statement released confirming the news, Ferrari said: β€œIn accordance with its five-year model strategy announced in 2017 and the company’s standard model life cycle, Ferrari has phased out production of the GTC4 Lusso and GTC4 Lusso T.”

Introduced as a replacement for the FF in 2016, the GTC4 Lusso was positioned as Ferrari’s most practical model, with four seats and a usable boot, and intended to appeal to younger buyers.

In 2018, Ferrari introduced a cheaper, entry-level version called the GTC4 Lusso T. This used a modified version of the 3.8-litre V8 engine found in the California T and introduced rear-wheel drive to the GTC4 Lusso range for the first time.

πŸš— Since its introduction, the GTC4 Lusso has attracted a strong following. Ferrari has sold more than 1496 examples in Europe, an average of 374 per year. However, production of the GTC4 Lusso is being phased out as the marque turns its attention towards its first SUV , which is due in 2022/24.

πŸ“… Dubbed the Purosangue, which translates as β€˜thoroughbred’, the SUV will have four seats and a length of around five metres. It’s also known that it will employ Ferrari’s scalable front-mid-engined architecture, one of two highly flexible structures that will underpin the firm’s future model range.

πŸ”‹ While no powertrains have been confirmed, expect Ferrari to produce both a V12 and V6 plug-in hybrid version of the Purosangue as it seeks to lower its CO2 emissions in line with new EU regulations arriving in 2021.

🏎️ Partly to this end, the marque recently introduced its first series-production plug-in hybrid: the SF90 Stradale. First deliveries of this model have been delayed by several months due to production delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic. They were originally scheduled for the first half of 2020, but have now been pushed back to later this year.


Ferrari GTC4Lusso Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Stars Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

GOOD STUFF: Cabin space and layout, magnificent engine, dynamic breadth, build quality

BAD STUFF: Hugely thirsty, very expensive, not a lot else


Ferrari’s SUV. πŸš™ Well, can you think of a more pertinent answer to the Sports Utility Vehicle conundrum?

Four seats, four-wheel drive and all without the β€˜benefit’ of sitting four feet higher in the air. However, the fact that Ferrari is actually working on a high-rise 4×4 means the GTC4Lusso hasn’t fully answered every question asked of it. πŸ›£οΈ

It’s a quirky thing of course, a genuine shooting brake – coupe up front, estate at the back. It’s 78mm shy of five metres long, a handspan longer and a pinch wider than its closest natural rival, the Bentley Continental GT. πŸ“

Under that long, long bonnet a choice of two power units, either a naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12 developing 681bhp and 514lb ft of torque or a twin turbo 3.9-litre V8 with less power (602bhp), but more torque (561lb ft). πŸš—πŸ’¨

The GTC4Lusso arrived in 2016, its ungainly name cloaking an otherwise thorough reworking of the more simply-named FF that first appeared in 2011. FF: four seats, 4wd. Logical. The basic template didn’t change one iota. πŸ”„

Ferrari claims this solution is not only 50 per cent lighter than a conventional 4wd set-up with a central transfer box, but also contributes to a lower centre of gravity and better weight distribution (48:52 front and rear). There’s also four-wheel steering to aid agility/stability at low/high speeds and magnetic ride adaptive damping. 🌟

The V12 is the big hitter: 1,920kg, 3.4secs to 100km/h, 335km/h top end and a £243,191 list price, but the V8 is the more pragmatic choice on paper. Not only £30,000 cheaper, but only fractionally slower (3.5secs and 320km/h) and a lot cleaner (CO2 of 265g/km instead of 350g/km, and mpg up from 18.5 to 24.8). 🌿🌟

There is nothing else quite like a Ferrari GTC4Lusso. No other firm makes anything that could be construed as a direct rival. This is a brilliantly executed machine. Make no mistake, the GTC4Lusso is a very special car, one that’s not only surprisingly accommodating inside and elegant outside, but delivers a driving experience that steps effortlessly from unflappable competence around town to soaring open road magnificence without once coming across as overblown or unnecessary. πŸŒŸπŸ›£οΈ

Amongst the current storm of blunt-faced super-SUVs, it comes across as not only special, but rational.

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Updated on March 11, 2024 at 9:26 am
  • Property ID: 132106
  • Price: €200,000
  • Property Status: For Sale

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