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Parkers overall rating: 4.2 out of 5 4.2

As with most supercars, the GTC4Lusso won’t be put through Euro NCAP crash tests, so it’s hard to definitively say how it would react to being crashed. However, its strong aluminium chassis should hold its own in the event of an accident.

Driver and passenger airbags are standard in the GTC4Lusso, as are a multitude of safety systems designed to keep you pointing in the right direction.

Ferrari’s electronic stability control system is one of the most advanced on the market, incorporating snow settings for low-grip situations, Comfort for ease of use, Sport for enhanced driving pleasure and ESC OFF – disabling the traction and stability systems completely.

Powerful carbon ceramic brakes are standard fit, while the firm’s advanced anti-lock mechanism and electronic brake distribution system keeps them in check.

Finally, Ferrari’s four-wheel drive system distributes torque to whichever wheel has the most traction, while rear-wheel steering provides additional security on a wet, winding road.

There are more advanced safety systems available such as autonomous driving functions that rivals have on their cars, however, and while that’s not likely to become a core part of the Ferrari mantra any time soon, it does mean the GTC4Lusso falls behind in this regard.

The GTC4Lusso is a genuine four-seater. We found it possible to accommodate a quartet of six-foot-tall adults comfortably, though any taller and rear passengers may struggle for headroom thanks to the sloping rear roofline. You’ll find it a bit of a struggle getting into the back too, because while the front doors are huge, they don’t open particularly wide. That’ll stop you bashing the expensive paint on them in car parks, though.

Behind the rear seats is a 450-litre luggage space, but it’s a slightly odd shape with a large box over the rear axle assembly, so storing larger items may prove difficult. Still, the rear seats will fold down to unlock 800 litres of room, and you can store loads of over two metres in the car if you do so.

A new cubby has been introduced between the knees of the driver and passenger, with the FF’s trio of gearbox control buttons (for launch, auto and reverse) moved to the driver’s side to make way for the perfect spot to put your smartphone.

Basic equipment

The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso Coupe.

  • ABS
  • Air conditioning
  • Alarm
  • Alloy wheels
  • Audio remote
  • Cruise control
  • Driver`s airbag
  • Electric driver`s seat
  • Electric mirrors
  • Electric passenger`s seat
  • Front electric windows
  • Heated mirrors
  • Heated seats
  • Height adjustable drivers seat
  • Isofix child seat anchor points
  • Leather seat trim
  • Lumbar support
  • Metallic Paint
  • Parking sensors
  • PAS
  • Passenger`s airbag
  • Remote locking
  • Sat Nav
  • Service indicator
  • Side airbags
  • Steering wheel rake adjustment
  • Steering wheel reach adjustment
  • Traction control

Equipment by trim level

To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:

Standard Trim equipment

Standard Trim standard equipment
Same as basic equipment
Standard Trim optional equipment
None available

T equipment

T standard equipment
Same as basic equipment
T optional equipment
None available