Ferrari may abandon production of its weirdest modelAugust 27, 2020
We are talking about the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, whose appearance at one time marked the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the Italian brand. Now it is reported that this model may leave the conveyor, and there is already a replacement for it. And not alone.
The Ferrari lineup can be roughly divided into two groups: mid-engined sports cars and elegant front-engined touring cars. However, there is an exception to this simple hierarchy – the three-door Ferrari GTC4Lusso station wagon, which once replaced the Ferrari FF.
This Ferrari was positioned as the most practical in the model range of the brand. The car looks expressive and stylish, but for all its external data, many considered the car’s design very peculiar.
The Italians offer customers the GTC4Lusso in two modifications. It is rear-wheel drive, equipped with a 602-horsepower twin-turbo V8 of 3.9 liters, and all-wheel drive with a 6.3-liter V12, producing 680 “horses”. Such a car can boast of a roomy trunk and a comfortable interior.
Information that Ferrari GTC4Lusso can become history appeared in foreign media. The manager of one of the American DC of the brand told reporters that today the order magazines for GTC4Lusso are closed. The release of the station wagon, according to him, should stop this year. In the brand itself, the rumors that have appeared are not confirmed.
The Ferrari GTC4Lusso, despite its practicality and originality, has never been in great demand. Auto experts name the Purosangue SUV and the Roma coupe as its possible successors.
Previously, our portal said that Ferrari is preparing the debut of a unique version of the iconic F40 model. The car, which is being developed by order of one of the brand’s customers, will be presented in a single copy. The one-piece supercar will receive an original appearance, where modern ideas and cult trends of past years will organically intertwine.
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