With a naturally-aspirated 6.3 liter 680hp V12, four place seating, and a hatchback, the Lusso is a very special type of Ferrari. It exists at the unusual intersection of epic and practical, all while being packaged in a form-factor aimed more at the hardcore car nut and less at the teenage boy. In short, it is a connoisseur’s car, as long as that connoisseur appreciates glorious V12 noises, 0-60 mph in the low 3s range, and a top speed in excess of 200mph. That the car can carry four people, luggage, and has four wheel drive, adds a level of coolness and utility that is virtually unmatched in any other car.
This one-owner Lusso sold new in the San Francisco Bay Area. Options include front axle lift, adaptive headlights, front grille with dark edges, grey seat belts, grey cavallini embroidered on the headrests, grey stitching, black exhaust tips, carbon fiber steering wheel with LEDs, shields, passenger display, inner leather inserts, 20" forged dark painted wheels, and hi-fi.