Since Ferrari’s early days, four-seat grand touring cars have been part of their lineup. These cars were frequently the most expensive in the brand’s lineup and offered the highest quality interior accommodations paired with a powerful V12 in front. In 2011, Ferrari unveiled their successor to the outgoing 2+2 612 Scaglietti, called the FF, it was a massive departure from the more conventional styling seen in the 612. A shooting brake, hatch back design was a foray into an entirely new design language for Ferrari but allowed for more usable back seats and greater rear trunk volume. The powertrain was also cutting edge–the F140 engine family had been seen previously in the Enzo and 599 but in the case of the FF was paired to a double-clutch gearbox and for the first time ever, all wheel drive. Utilizing a unique system patented by Ferrari known as 4RM, the all wheel drive setup is 50% lighter than a standard AWD system, can send power to any of the 4 individual wheels, drives like a rear-wheel drive car in most conditions and will disengage above 4th gear. All of these elements combine to create an exceptionally special car to drive and the most versatile Ferrari ever built. In 2016, Ferrari brought out the update to the FF, harkening back to grand touring cars of old, it was named the GTC4Lusso and featured similar, yet updated FF styling with more angles and hard edges. The power and torque went up in the new car, producing 681 horsepower and 514 lb-ft of torque and the 4RM system was updated to 4RM-S and includes four wheel steering. Capable of over 208mph, the GTC4Lusso is one of the fastest four-seat cars ever built and, when combined with its all wheel drive and hatchback body, is an easy way to use a Ferrari every day.
This 2020 GTC4Lusso was originally delivered to The Collection in Coral Gables, FL in October of 2019. Painted in Grigio Silverstone, the exterior looks fantastic when contrasted with the rich tan leather on the inside. One of the most special features optioned on this car is the massive panoramic glass roof- spanning almost the entire cabin, it makes the car feel particularly big and airy inside which is especially nice when sitting in the rear seats. The interior of the car has been optioned with numerous carbon fiber accents including the dashboard trim and steering wheel which also features the coveted F1-derived LED shift lights along the top rim. On the seats, black embroidered prancing horses have been added and the parcel shelf is wrapped in leather. Showing just 182 miles from new, the car is essentially straight out of the showroom and the condition shows it. Included with the car are the original books and manuals along with the window sticker, radio code, and list of options on a plaque in the trunk.