Ferrari has been well known for producing aggressive looking vehicles and its rather throaty engine, in conjunction with the Paris Motor Show, Malaysian importer Naza Italia and Ferrari has brought in the GTC4Lusso T for a preview in St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, this is a 2-door sports car that comes with four seats, which is a first for the Italian car maker the car hails a whole new Ferrari GT concept that is aimed at owners seeking a car that is sporty, versatile, and ideal for driving on a daily basis.
Under the hood, the GTC4Lusso T is powered by a 3.9-litre V8 turbo engine that outputs 601hp at 7,500rpm and 760Nm of torque, this power is sent to the car’s rear wheels and allows it to sprint from 0-100km/h in a mere 3.5 seconds and achieves a maximum speed of >320km/h, fuel consumption is rated at 11.6l/100km. Ferrari has even showed us a promo video of the car showing that it could actually fit in a young family of four comfortably, which definitely got me really intrigued to sit in the car.
Though none of us managed to take the car out for a joyride, I manage to sit into the car itself, the car in truth feels very comfortable to sit in with a reasonably good ride height for a sports car, the centre cluster consist of an analog RPM meter with a digital LED displays for showing the car’s speed and other information, the four-wheel steering is nicely leather wrapped and comes with interesting buttons and knobs.
On the center of the dashboard, the GTC4Lusso T has a 10.25-inch touchscreen multimedia system that produces an HD resolution, it has Apple CarPlay support and a very polished software experience on it, there’s also another display on the passenger’s side that shows information of the car’s speed, performance and navigation, hence you are very much sitting in one of the most high tech sports car available.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso T is now available for bookings over at Naza Italia’s showroom and starts from RM1,088,000.00 excluding duty and customization options, so if you have some extra cash to spend and have young kids, you should probably consider checking out this four-seater from the Italian car maker, it will look so cool sending your kids to school on it.