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The Ferrari GTC4Lusso T sneaks under £200k

V8 turbo RWD Lusso is around £30,000 less than the V12. More to spend on options...

Ferrari has priced its new GTC4Lusso T, and it’s a handy £31,000 cheaper than the regular Lusso.

The Lusso T is a rear-wheel-drive, V8 powered version of the usually V12, all-wheel-drive GTC4Lusso. It retains four seats, four-wheel steering and Ferrari’s full gamut of skid-permitting electrickery, however.

Starting at £199,285, it nips neatly below the £200,000 mark, and weighs in around £15,000 pricier than Ferrari’s mid-engined V8 model, the 488 GTB.

The Lusso T uses a similarly turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 engine, albeit in a lighter, 602bhp state of tune. It’s hardly a slow coach as a result, though, and still possesses a 3.5sec 0-62mph time and 200mph-plus top speed.

You won’t keep it below £200k, though. The options list is as vast as it is fascinating. A panoramic glass roof? Yours for £11,520. One of Ferrari’s tasty ‘historical’ colour options? £7,104. Leather boot carpet? £1,920. Don’t worry, there’s a £1,152 Alcantara alternative.

We could go on. So we will. If you want a carbon-trimmed steering wheel with change-up LEDs (for the full F1 marketing link), it’ll cost you £2,880. Coloured seat belts are a £768 frivolity. The GTC4’s passenger display – helpful for demonstrating to your pal in the front how fewer revs turbo engines require – is £3,360.

And as cool as Apple Carplay smart phone link up is, it costs £2,400, and probably warrants the largest gasp. That £30k saving over the V12 might be hoovered up quite quickly. But judging by our quick play on the online configurator, it’ll be a lot of fun doing said hoovering, too…



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