Ferrari GTC4Lusso News

  • Ares Project Pony

    The Ferrari 412 and earlier 400i and 365 GT4 models were never the prettiest of Ferraris, but their low popularity meant not many ended up being sold, thus making them quite rare today. Coupled with their boxy design that typifies the 1980s era, the cars are now highly sought after in the collector car world. One fan was so enamoured by the 412 that he or she contacted Modena-based coachbuilder Ares Design requesting it build a modern version using the GTC4 Lusso as the basis. The result is a car Ares is calling the Project Pony, and anyone willing to front up the $872,470 asking price can...

  • Dwayne Wade lets his son drive Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
    Watch Dwyane Wade let his 15-year-old son drive his Ferrari

    At the age of 15, most of us were simply dreaming of seeing a Ferrari that wasn't hung up on our bedroom walls. NBA star Dwyane Wade's son at the age of 15? He's driving one. Wade's son, Zaire, obviously hasn't lived a typical life. As the son of a 12-time NBA All-Star and three-time champion, the...

  • 2017 McLaren 570GT
    McLaren rules out 4-door car but says 4-seater possible

    McLaren’s most practical model at present is the 570GT which sports a bit of additional storage space on top of the engine bay. But the car is still only a two-seater which means McLaren has no alternative to rival Ferrari’s GTC4 Lusso four-seater, as well as Lamborghini’s...

  • Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T, 2016 Paris auto show
    V-8-powered, rear-wheel-drive Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T makes debut

    Ferrari’s [NYSE:RACE] GTC4 Lusso, an extensively revised version of the FF, made its debut in March at the 2016 Geneva auto show. At the time, the car was fitted exclusively with the automaker’s familiar 6.3-liter V-12. Now Ferrari has introduced an entry-level V-8 option. Debuting on...

  • Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, 2016 Geneva Motor Show
    Ferrari’s updated FF is the GTC4 Lusso

    It was at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show that Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] surprised the world with the FF, a shooting brake with V-12 performance and all-wheel drive. At this year’s show, Ferrari has introduced an updated version of the car that receives some subtle styling tweaks, a four-wheel-steering...

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