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Rent Ferrari GTC4Lusso in Europe
The Ferrari GTC4 Lusso is a direct replacement for the famous Italian brand’s FF model. The formula has remained the same, so the GTC4 still boasts four seats and a
decent sized boot, as well as a long body and imposing shooting brake shape. However, under the bonnet there is now a choice of two engines: a storming V12 or a turbocharged V8.
The 12-cylinder car gets four-wheel drive, but the V8 version is rear-driven – inheriting the F12 tdf's four-wheel-steering system for greater agility through the corners.
In the transition from FF to GTC4 Lusso, Ferrari redesigned the cabin to create four distinct zones, while a large 10.25-inch central touchscreen gives a more high-tech feel inside.
This can recognise pinch and swipe gestures just like your smartphone, and with connectivity features such as Apple CarPlay as standard, these changes have addressed one of the FF’s
The Lusso dispenses with the V12’s novel four-wheel-drive system – effectively a four-speed gearbox driven off the front of the engine – but not because it has less torque
to deploy. Although the 3.9-litre V8 produces a muscular 602bhp, some 78bhp down on the output of the naturally aspirated 6.3-litre V12, it actually churns out 560lb ft of torque,
which is almost 50lb ft more. The V8 Lusso weighs 55kg less too, most of which comes off the front, shifting the weight distribution rearwards for a 46:54 front:rear split.
A look at the performance figures suggests this benefits traction because at 3.5 seconds for the 0-62mph sprint, the rear-drive V8 is only a tenth slower than the 4WD V12.
The V8 nails 0-125mph in a storming 10.8 seconds and goes on to a top speed tantalisingly just 1mph short of 200mph, while the V12’s extra power pushes it on to 208mph.
The driving position is as good as other Ferrari cars and there's surprisingly good visibility too. The GTC4’s dash is a lavish mix of hand-stitched full-grain leather panels,
banks of bull’s-eye air vents and a Formula 1-inspired flat-bottom steering wheel. Add to that rocker switches for the indicators and wipers, a five-position Manettino dial to
control all manner of electronic intervention and a stunning panoramic roof, and you have one of the most luxurious interiors on the market. And then there’s the new 10.3in
infotainment screen. Pin-sharp and neatly integrated, it’s far easier to use than the IRIS system in the McLaren 570GT. But the best bit is surely on the passenger’s side,
where Ferrari’s system is augmented by a wide touchscreen panel so that the passenger can operate the settings, too.
Ferrari GTC4Lusso Specs:
- Engine: 6.3 L V12- Max Power: 681 bhp @ 8000rpm- Max Torque: 697 Nm @ 5750 rpm- Seating Capacity: 4- Transmission: Automatic- Boot Space: 450 liters- Fuel Tank Capacity: 91 liters- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Body Type: Coupe
How much does it cost to rent Ferrari GTC4Lusso?
The cost of renting a Ferrari GTC4Lusso depends on the location and rental duration. The price for 1-day rental ranges from EUR 1,350.00 - 1,650.00 for 1 day rental to EUR 850.00 - 1,150.00 per day for weekly rental. To check live rates and make a reservation start your search from homepage.
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