The Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta will be well accompanied in the Paris Salon 2016, as the manufacturer of Maranello also present in the French sample this Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. Your letter ‘T’ gives a hint very clear which is the main novelty: a turbo engine. In particular, the recognized block V8 3.9 liter that was already ‘Engine Of The Year 2016’.
Ferrari GTC4Lusso T reaches the 610 HP to 7,500 rpm and 760 Nm of torque, which represents an increase of +50 HP with respect to the California T. So, this Gran Turismo sporty four-seater will shape a new version of access, standing below the Ferrari GTC4Lusso engine V12 naturally aspirated 6.2-liter, with 690 HP, that was presented in the past Geneva 2016 as a successor to the Ferrari FF.
In this case, and unlike the own GTC4Lusso V12, we do not have total traction to the four wheels: the Ferrari GTC4Lusso T resort to the traditional propulsion rear, and in this way is also 50 pounds lighter, weighing in scale 1.740 kilograms with a distribution of 46% of your weight on the front axle. Otherwise, there are no aesthetic changes essential, keeping even your Dual Cockpit inside.
despite its lower power, its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is completed in 3.5 seconds, only a tenth of a second slower than the V12, and is capable of reaching 322 km/h. The brand promises that this model will have a instant response to the accelerator, without ‘turbo lag’, thanks to the Variable Boost Management.
A clear advantage of this V8 turbocharged is its lower consumption, homologando 11,6 litres/100 km and 165 g/km of carbon dioxide. The times are changing, and Ferrari is a clear sign of this: although it still maintains its twelve-cylinder atmospheric in production, the eight-cylinder does not escape the turbocharging, and with results that are as prominent as those seen in the Ferrari 488 GTB.