Ferrari will be taking off the covers of their first ever turbocharged V8 four-seater at the upcoming Paris Auto Show and it has been given the title of the GTC4Lusso T. Why would they do this if they already have a GTC4Lusso with an ever-loved naturally aspirated V12 in it? Well they say that it is aimed “squarely at drivers looking for range as well as sporty driving and versatility.”
It get’s a 3.9-litre turbo V8 good for 602 horses and 760 Nm of torque which allows it to get to 100 km/h from standstill in just 3.5 seconds. If you want to take it all the way to it’s terminal velocity, you will find yourself doing 320 km/h. When looking at the ‘regular’ GTC4Lusso with the V12 engine you will notice that this is just 0.1 seconds slower to 100 km/h but a lot more fuel efficient with an expected average of 11.6 l/100km. The car still gets features such as 4WS (rear-wheel steering) for a more nimble and responsive drive, a system which works together with the Side Slip Control (SSC3) to allow for more aggression when entering or exiting corners. Styling wise, you get the same shooting brake coupe look with the same interior consisting of Ferrari’s Dual Cockpit architecture and a 10.25″ HD infotainment touch screen.