The Ferrari FF becomes the GTC4Lusso with beautiful updates inside and out

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Ferrari’s first AWD model, the Ferrari FF, was launched back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. It was essentially a successor to the 612 Scaglietti and, outside of being AWD, it also strayed away from Ferrari’s traditional coupe styling. With its shooting-brake-like design and foldable seats, the FF offered 28 cubic feet of cargo room, while still packing a V-12 engine with impressive performance numbers – something you just don’t see from exotics of this caliber.

Even with its unusual design, the FF turned out to be pretty successful, and was set for a facelift that would debut for the 2016 model year. Since the announcement of the FF’s upcoming facelift, we’ve seen the spy shots and heard all the rumors. Just a couple months ago, we even created a rendering depicting what the facelift might bring to the table. For what it’s worth, our rendering really wasn’t that far off, but Ferrari had a big surprise in store for us to go along with the long-awaited redesign.

Along with the release of official photos ahead of the car’s debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, Ferrari also announced that the Ferrari FF is no more. Yes, you read that right, the redesign also comes with a new name. Say goodbye to the FF and say hello to the Ferrari GTC4Lusso. There are some other sweet surprises to go with the name change as well, so join me as I take an in-depth look at the new GTC4Lusso on the inside and out.

Updated 03/02/2016: Ferrari unveiled the new GTC4Lusso at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

Click past the jump to read more about the Ferrari GTC4Lusso.

  • 2016 Ferrari GTC4Lusso
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    eight-speed twin-clutch
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    680 @ 8000
  • Torque @ RPM:
    514 @ 5750
  • Displacement:
    6.3 L
  • 0-60 time:
    3.4 sec.
  • Top Speed:
    208 mph (Est.)
  • Price:
    300000 (Est.)
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At first glance, you might be tempted to say that the GTC4Lusso looks just like the old FF, but when you take a closer look, that isn’t the case at all.

At first glance, you might be tempted to say that the GTC4Lusso looks just like the old FF, but when you take a closer look, that isn’t the case at all. Up front, the entire front fascia has been changed. Instead of having a grill with vertical and horizontal slats, the grille on the new GTC4Lusso only has vertical slats and appears to float in the middle of the fascia. Those corner vents from the FF are also gone, and a large front lip gives the front end an aggressive look while providing some downforce at higher speeds. The headlights are the same at the fenders, but the lenses are extended inward at the bottom, wrapping around the end of the hood. When it comes to the hood, those body lines from the FF remain, but wrap around and come together in the front. It’s a clean look and a design cue that the car should’ve had from the very beginning.

On the sides, those small fender vents have been replaced too. Instead of having a small cutout with mesh in the middle, there are three gills that protrude from the significantly longer vents. Adding to the sculpted look from the hood, a sharp body line connects the muscular fenders to the muscular shoulders in the rear. Down below, a sharp body line extends from the lower, rear corner of the front wheel arches through the middle of the door, eventually terminating at the rear wheel arches. The side skirts are also more aggressive and give a 3D appearance to the bottom of the car.

Even more significant changes come to light around back. You can’t tell so much from viewing the sides or front, but from the rear, you can tell the roof has been lowered a little. A small overhang now covers the top of the rear hatch, and the rear end now has a flatter appearance overall. Normally, I don’t like when shooting brake designs go with a flatter back end, but for the GTC4Lusso, it really works. The fenders wrap around to the rear and turn into another overhang that sits gracefully over the new high-mounted brake light. The design of this overhang leads me to believe that it actually offers a little bit of downforce at higher speeds.

The GTC4Lusso still has circular taillights like the FF, but they are now twin units that aren’t sunk into the rear end quite as much

The GTC4Lusso still has circular taillights like the FF, but they are now twin units that aren’t sunk into the rear end quite as much. Below the taillights, the vertical vents on the corners are gone, and horizontal vents take their place. Finally, there’s that crazy rear diffuser attached to the bottom of the rear fascia. It’s almost something you would expect to see on a track car, and compared to the FF, it’s a huge departure and much more aggressive than what we expected to see. Instead of being centered in the middle of the fascia, this rear diffuser takes up the whole width of the rear fascia. Twin exhaust outlets sit at each corner. Interestingly, the left exhaust outlets are actually spaced farther apart than those on the right. Moving toward the center of the diffuser, there’s a single fin on each side. In the center, the diffuser almost looks like it was originally designed for a center exhaust outlet or to accommodate a parachute. Obviously, there is no parachute, but aside from a center exhaust outlet, it’s what comes to mind as I look at the diffuser.

Exterior Dimensions

Length 4,922 MM (193.77 Inches)
Width 1,980 MM (77.95 Inches)
Height 1,383 MM (54.44 Inches)
Dry weight 1,790 KG (3,946 LBS)
Weight distribution 47-53% front/rear


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Despite all of the spy shots we received, we had yet to see shots of the interior. Now that Ferrari has dropped the official press release announcing the new model, we also get a look at the inside, and boy is it a sight to see. Right away, you’ll notice the dash has a similar shape but is refined so much that the word sexy immediately comes to mind. The HVAC vents are still round and have a five-spoke design in the middle, but protrude from the dash like chameleon eyes. Instead of a three-vent unit sitting above the infotainment screen, a single vent sits on each corner – opening up room for that significantly larger, 10.25-inch touchscreen unit. That infotainment system has been completely updated over the previous unit, including a new 1.5 Ghz Jacinto 6 processor that is eight times more powerful than before, 2 GB of ram, and the ability to control it with the screen or with the physical buttons and rollers below the screen. Apple CarPlay connectivity comes standard, as does satellite navigation with 3D maps, the ability to control the HVAC system, and the ability to display different types of content at one time via Split View.

The most interesting part, however, is that passenger display on the dashboard.

The most interesting part, however, is that passenger display on the dashboard. This display is a full HD 8.8-inch, touchscreen display that displays performance information. It enables the passenger to interact with the onboard system by changing music selections and inserting points of interest into the navigation system while the main display is in use – essentially turning the passenger into a real co-driver.

The steering wheel is also a bit different, with the insert around the Ferrari logo having an oval shape. All buttons from the FF carry over, as does the flat bottom, but the material used is much darker than what we saw on the FF. The center console has changed significantly as well. Instead of buttons sitting ahead of the handles on the console, they have been integrated into the handle on the driver’s side, making way for a storage compartment in the middle. This looks so much better than what we saw on the FF.

Wraparound seats look to offer plenty of comfort for those riding in the front or rear, and I should point out that despite the lower roof, it certainly looks like rear passengers won’t have to worry about headroom. Two round vents on the rear of the center console supply warm and cool air from the HVAC system for rear passengers. All in all, this cabin is absolutely beautiful and rather inviting visually and functionally.


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The 6.2-liter pushes the GTC4Lusso to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds on the way to a top speed of 209 mph.

The GTC4Lusso comes with a 6.3-Liter 12-cylidner engine that pumps out 680 horsepower and 514 pound-feet of torque. That’s about 20 horsepower and 16 pound-feet less than we originally expected. Maximum horsepower comes in at 8,000 rpm, but 80 percent of the car’s maximum torque is on tap at just 1,750 rpm. All that power and torque is sent to all four wheels trough Ferrari’s Evo four-wheel-drive system, which also brings rear-wheel steering, slip side control, an electronic differential, and SCM-E dampers. All that combined with Ferraris in-house controller software means the GTC4Lusso offers effortless handling, even in snowy and wet conditions – not that many of us would consider taking this beast out in the middle of a blizzard anyway, but it goes to show that the car can easily be controlled in most low-traction conditions. The 6.3-liter pushes the GTC4Lusso to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds on the way to a top speed of 209 mph.

Rumor still has it that we’ll also see a V-8 version of the GTC4Russo at some point, but so far Ferrari has remained silent about that possibility. We’ll be watching, however, as it would certainly make sense to present a cheaper, less powerful entry-level model.

Drivetrain Specifications

Type V12 - 65°
Overall displacement 6262 cc
Max. power output 680 HP @ 8,000 RPM
Max. torque 514 LB-FT @ 5,750 RPM
Maximum speed 335 KM/H (208 MPH)
0-100 km/h (62 mph) 3.4 seconds


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With the outgoing FF priced from around $300,000, I expect the GTC4Lusso to fetch slightly more before options are added – maybe around $310,00 or so. But, should the GTC4Russo receive the rumored turbo V-8 engine, expect it to retail from under $250K.


Aston Martin Vanquish

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With no high-performance shooting brake available from other manufacturers, the GTC4Lusso essentially competes in a niche all its own. When it comes to front-engined, V-12-powered sports cars, however, the Aston Martin Vanquish is more than suited to give the GTC4Lusso a run for its money. In its second generation since 2012, the Vanquish gets its juice from the same naturally aspirated, 5.9-liter V-12, which is updated to 568 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of twist for the 2015 model year.

Granted, the upgrade is far from impressive, with only three extra ponies and eight added pound-feet, but a new Touchtronic III, eight-speed automatic saves the day by slashing a half-second off the Vanquish’s 0-to-60 mph time, taking it down to only 3.6 seconds. On the other hand, the Vanquish doesn’t feature AWD and it lacks the gadgetry of the GTC4Lusso. Pricing is set from around $300,000 in the U.S.

Read our full review on the Aston Martin Vanquish here.

Maserati GranTurismo

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The GranTurismo may be a little slow for the GTC4Lusso, but I’m taking it into consideration as a potential rival for the rumored turbo V-8, entry-level version. This sexy Italian grand tourer hides a high-revving 4.7-liter V-8 under its hood and uses a ZF six-speed automatic to send 454 ponies and 380 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. 60 mph comes in 4.6 seconds, which would make it a bit slower than a V8-powered GTC4Lusso, but a worthy competitor nonetheless. As far as top speed is concerned, customers will have to settle for 185 mph. Pricing for the 2015 Maserati GranTurismo begins from $126,500

Read our full review on the Maserati GranTurismo here.


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I have to admit – Ferrari did a fine job in creating the GTC4Lusso. It retains some of the original look of the FF while bringing so much more to the table. I love the new front end, and that rear end is just about as sexy as it gets. The rear diffuser is so aggressive that I’m surprised it doesn’t look out of place, but it fits the car quite well. Personally, I would never take a $300,000 Ferrari out in questionable conditions like snow-covered roads, but I think it’s great that Ferrari has a car that can be driven in all conditions without worry. I’m not so sure about that rear-wheel steering, though. It may make it easier to drive for some maneuvers, but it seems like it leads to the potential for more expensive repairs. Then again, if I’m buying a $300,000 Ferrari, I probably have enough money that it really wouldn’t be a concern. Regardless, the GTC4Lusso brings a lot more to the table than I thought it would, and I’m rather pleased with the work Ferrari put in to make this car that much better compared to the FF.

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Updated History

Updated 02/08/2016: Ferrari dropped the official details on its new GTC4Lusso – a.k.a. the company’s new four-seater sports car. The car will be making its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, with sales to begin later in the year.

Updated 02/03/2016: Ferrari dropped a new teaser image for the upcoming FF facelift scheduled to be unveiled later this month at the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.

Updated 12/07/2015: Based on the recent spy shots and speculations, we created a rendering for the upcoming Ferrari FF facelift. We hope you like it!

Updated 11/30/2015: A new report on the next Ferrari FF indicates that the facelift will come with a "surprise" for its fans. Speaking to Indian Autos Blog, Enrico Galliera, Senior Vice-President Commercial & Marketing, Ferrari SpA, said: "we’re working to further innovate the car, it’s too early to say when and how. But our clients will have surprise in the future." While he did not offered any other details, it is believed that the car’s output will be increased to about 700 horsepower, while the 7-speed double-clutch transmission will be replaced by a new 8-speed unit.


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Teaser Image

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Spy Shots

February 10, 2015 – First testing session

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Press Release

The new Ferrari GTC4Lusso is Maranello’s latest interpretation of the four-seater concept, which combines extraordinary performance in all driving conditions with sporty elegance and luxurious comfort for both driver and passengers alike.

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The GTC4Lusso’s name references several illustrious predecessors, not least the 330 GTC or its 2+2 sister model, the 330 GT, as well as the 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso, which married extreme performance with stylish design and sophisticated materials and craftsmanship.

The GTC4Lusso sports the latest evolution of the naturally-aspirated Ferrari GT V12 that melds incredible power with efficiency and provides a soundtrack which is thrilling in performance driving, yet discreet and harmonious in normal touring conditions.

As is the case with all Ferraris, the GTC4Lusso introduces a slew of technological innovations, notably the new Ferrari-patented 4RM-S which guarantees exceptional handling even on low-grip surfaces and superb stability and responsiveness in all conditions.

The GTC4Lusso’s aerodynamic development introduced new solutions, too, including a slotted diffuser and a rear spoiler integrated with the hatch, all focused on reducing drag and improving aerodynamic efficiency.

As a result, the GTC4Lusso exudes elegance and exclusivity, its unprecedented forms underscoring its most dynamic traits in an effortless marriage of sportiness and signature Grand Tourer traits.

The sophisticated and refined cabin is designed wholly around its occupants. Its Dual Cockpit concept, in fact, was crafted to enhance the shared driving experience for all passengers. Maximum attention was paid to improving in-car comfort, not least in the form of a new concept for the climate control and a new navigation and media system.


Intense research and development has boosted the 6,262 cc V12’s maximum power output to 690 cv, making the GTC4Lusso the most powerful car in its segment. Both its 2.6 kg/cv weight-to-power-ratio and its 13.5:1 compression ratio set new records for the category, too. Underlining the strong links between Ferrari’s GT engine division the racing world, the V12 revs to a red line at a class-leading 8,250 rpm.

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Maximum torque is 697 Nm at 5,750 rpm with 80% already available at just 1,750 rpm for superb responsiveness even at low revs. This makes the GTC4Lusso incredibly versatile: it is as equally at home in sports car mode as it is in more GT-type contexts, such as city centres or on long journeys.

In fact the performance figures are those of a true thoroughbred sports car, with a maximum speed of 335 km/h and acceleration from 0-100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds flat.

The new V12’s impressive performance figures are ensured by a series of leading-edge technical solutions, including newly-designed piston heads, the latest evolution of Ferrari’s anti-knock control software, multispark injection and overall weight reduction. As a result the GTC4Lusso also benefits from an improvement in specific emissions, producing just 0.51g CO2/km/cv compared to the FF’s 0.55g.

The adoption of 6-in-1 exhaust manifolds with equal length pipes and a new electronic by-pass valve, combined with the meticulous attention to perfecting engine harmonics at all engine speeds and in all kinds of throttle situations, have produced a unique, all-encompassing soundtrack that is engaging for occupants and driver alike. Providing a suitably sporting note during press-on driving, it recedes to a subtle yet potent purr in the city or on the motorway.


From the very earliest stages of its design, the aerodynamics research carried out on the GTC4Lusso went hand-in-glove with the development of its styling by Ferrari Design and focused on the vital area of drag reduction. Thanks to in-depth CFD modelling and numerous wind tunnel sessions, an improvement of over 6% was made on the already-excellent drag coefficient figure achieved with the FF.

The engine’s additional power and the need to improve cooling of the radiating masses at the front of the car, whilst still reducing the drag caused by the air intakes, demanded a single, but larger grille. The air intakes are now centred towards the centre line of the car to make more efficient use of the high overall pressure values typical of this area. The side sections of the bumpers have thus been turned into one single smooth surface which improves the management of the flow in front of the wheels.

On the flanks there is now a three-louvre air vent that recalls that of the 330 GTC. Ducts behind the louvres lead to both the engine compartment and the front wheelarch thus reducing internal pressure which not only cuts drag but also boosts downforce.

The GTC4Lusso also has an innovative rear diffuser with a keel shape and vertical fences that channel the air flow towards the centre, reducing the width of the wake and, once again, cutting drag as well as accelerating extraction.

The combined action of the spoiler and diffuser moves the centre of the various pressures acting on the car towards the rear axle, increasing the grip of the steered rear wheels and thus the car’s overall drivability.

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The FF first introduced the 4RM system integrated with the E-Diff, F1-Trac, SCM and ESC to guarantee superb traction and control in all weather conditions. The GTC4Lusso marks another major advance, by introducing new control and integration logics with the evolved 4RM system which includes the rear-wheel steering.

The improved 4RM EVO system has been integrated with the rear-wheel steering resulting in the new Ferrari-patented 4RM-S (four-wheel drive, four-wheel steering) system, which was developed around the fourth generation of the Side Slip Control (SSC4) and now also encompasses the E-Diff electronic differential and SCM-E suspension damping.

The 4RM EVO system is more precise than ever. Management of front torque in particular has been improved across the board, but specifically in terms of SS4-based Torque Vectoring which delivers and distributes torque to the front axle faster. The result is an improvement in the differentiation and precision of the torque delivery between the two wheels during cornering. At the heart of the system is the innovative use of the PTU, a Ferrari patent that delivers four-wheel drive but still, uniquely, maintains 53% of the car’s weight at the rear whilst weighing 50% less than conventional 4WD systems. Thanks to the PTU, in fact, 90% of the available torque can be delivered to the outside wheel without penalising the overall traction guaranteed by the front axle.

The rear-wheel steering system features an integrated dynamic response control model designed to make the car more nimble going into corners, thereby limiting the corrections the driver needs to make driving through and out of bends. It introduces the concept of thrust vectoring control for the first time which, via the rotation of the rear wheels, transfers excess longitudinal force to increase the lateral force generated by the tyres. This means the car reaches its limit more gradually and that there is also an improvement in the lateral acceleration that can be achieved which, in turn, delivers higher performance.

The Magnaride SCM-E damper control is also an integrated part of the 4RM-S to ensure the GTC4Lusso delivers not just superb grip and traction but also comfort on road surfaces of all types.

The SSC4 Side Slip Control System controls all the car’s components and vehicle dynamics controls. Through the information it receives from the onboard sensors and grip estimation, the SSC4 can intervene on all of the controls governed by the on-board systems thus adapt the car’s behaviour to suit differing dynamic behaviour and grip conditions.

The 4RM-S system means that drivers can fully exploit the GTC4Lusso’s extraordinary performance in all kinds of conditions. On snowy, wet or other low-grip surfaces, it delivers tremendous stability and a sensation of masterful control and security that translates into superior performance. On high-grip roads, on the other hand, the car is exceptionally nimble as well as more stable and precise with the result that it is faster into corners.

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Penned by Ferrari Design, the GTC4Lusso is a further refinement of the shooting brake coupé, reinterpreting the concept with an extremely streamlined, tapered shape that gives it an almost fastback-like silhouette.

Its sporty soul is underscored by the forms and styling of the rear where the curve of the roof has been lowered whilst retaining enough volume to guarantee exceptional space and comfort for all four occupants, as well as an ample luggage compartment.

Ferrari’s signature twin rear lights adorn the tail. These not only emphasise the car’s muscular shoulders and broaden it horizontally, but work visually with the tail pipes to lend a sense of imposing power to the rear.

Dynamically chiselled crease lines create a diapason theme along the car’s flanks, breaking up the optical mass, accentuating the muscular wheelarch and imparting a sculpted athleticism.

The front of the car is dominated by a large single grille that not only provides all the necessary cooling but also lends the car a sense of imposing power.


Meticulous attention to design and carefully executed detailing has produced a cabin that is a flawless triumph of sporty luxury.

Another first for the GTC4Lusso is the new Dual Cockpit architecture designed to enhance the shared driving experience for both driver and passenger. It features both a Driver Cockpit and a Passenger Cockpit separated by a central divider on which are clustered all of the comfort-oriented controls common to both.

The Human-Machine Interface has also been further evolved for the GTC4Lusso: the entire Driver Cockpit has been redesigned, in fact, starting with the steering wheel which is now more compact thanks to new smaller airbag. Consequently, the instrument clusters behind the wheel are now more visible. The controls are also new and different in shape, function and positioning, with the aim of further improving ergonomics and ease of use. The same applies to all the secondary driver commands which have been revised and clustered into more convenient functional areas.

Huge attention was also lavished on the front passenger area. The Passenger Cockpit was specifically designed to ensure all commands were within easy reach. It is also more comfortable thanks to softer armrests while larger, easy-access storage compartments are a practical addition. A dedicated LCD Touchscreen lends it a very modern élan.

Aside from acting as a divider between driver and passenger, the central tunnel also doubles as a bridge between front and rear passengers creating the same ambience as a luxurious, relaxing living space, a fact underscored by the large, comfortable wraparound seats.

Apart from its innovative architecture, the cabin’s most striking feature is the beautiful craftsmanship of its materials which have been painstakingly selected and combined to enrich the atmosphere on board.

On-board comfort

In-car acoustic comfort is significantly better than in the FF, thanks to improved insulation from exterior noise. Needless to say, however, this does not in the least impinge on the signature sound of the Ferrari V12 in the cabin. The improved sound insulation offers greater isolation and also allows occupants enjoy the car’s audio system to the fullest, which in turn makes longer journeys more comfortable and relaxing. This was attained by a 20% improvement in rigidity of the car’s chassis attachment points, upgrading of the climate control system, which is now 25% quieter, and improved filtering and damping of intrusive frequencies through the use of cutting-edge materials with targeted acoustic properties.

Another essential contributor to the GTC4Lusso’s in-car comfort is the significant improvement in the efficiency of the climate control system. A new ventilation concept was developed to improve the diffusion and uniformity of the air through the cabin.

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To improve its sensitivity, the number of sensors that relay environmental information to the climate control system were almost doubled and a new RLFSoSe (Rain Light AntiFogging Solar Sensor) added. The climate control system’s maximum performance levels were another area of focus and it now delivers the desired temperature 25% faster.


To underscore the GTC4Lusso’s Grand Touring prowess, Ferrari has also given it a new ultra-intuitive infotainment system that makes all of its features and content instantly accessible.

The system includes:

• A 10.25” full HD capacitive touchscreen for multi-touch use.
• New completely redesigned and simplified HMI – all functions can now be accessed both via the screen or physical controls – 2 rollers and 4 buttons.
• A new 1.5 Ghz Jacinto 6 CPU with 2GB of RAM: the processor is eight times more powerful than the previous system.
• Split View: different types of content can be viewed simultaneously.
• Sat-nav with 3D maps.
• In-cabin temperature can be set and front seat settings controlled
• Connectivity via Apple CarPlay.

Main optional equipment

Passenger Display

The GTC4Lusso features the latest evolution of the passenger display. The 8.8” colour full HD and Full Touch screen not only displays the car’s performance statistics and status as its predecessor did, but can also be used to interact with its onboard system. For instance, the passenger display can be used to select music to play even when sat-nav information is being displayed on the main central screen.

It is also possible to select a new Point of Interest (POI), such as a restaurant, and send it directly to the sat-nav even when the latter has already been set. The new POI will then automatically be added to the route. The display essentially turns the passenger into a co-driver.

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Low-E roof

Low-E glass incorporates a technology that boosts in-car comfort whilst reducing heat exchange between exterior and interior. When outside temperatures are high, the specially-treated glass reflects solar rays away from the car, keeping the interior cool. However, when outside temperatures are lower, it reflects the heat inside the car inwards to cut heat loss to the outside, thereby keeping the cabin warmer. This new panoramic roof means less use will be made of the air conditioning system and occupants also enjoy an “open-air” feeling when driving.

7 Years Maintenance

Ferrari’s unparalleled quality standards and increasing focus on client service underpin the extended seven-year maintenance programme offered with the GTC4Lusso. Available across the entire range, it covers all regular maintenance for the first seven years of the car’s life. This scheduled maintenance programme for Ferraris is an exclusive service that allows clients the certainty that their car is being kept at peak performance and safety over the years. This very special service is also available to owners of pre-owned Ferraris.

Regular maintenance (at intervals of either 20,000 km or once a year with no mileage restrictions), original spares and meticulous checks by staff trained directly at the Ferrari Training Centre in Maranello using the most modern diagnostic tools are just some of the advantages of the Genuine Maintenance Programme.

The service is available on all markets worldwide and from all Dealerships on the Official Dealership Network.

The Genuine Maintenance programme further extends the range of after-sales services offered by Ferrari to satisfy clients wishing to preserve the performance and excellence that are the signatures of all cars built in Maranello which itself has long been synonymous with leading-edge technology and sportiness.

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