Ferrari GTC4 Lusso review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

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Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Ferrari is clearly marketing the GTC4 as a practical everyday supercar. There’s a surprising amount of space in the back, with plenty of head and leg room for average-sized adults (even with the optional panoramic roof fitted), plus there is a 450-litre boot with split-folding rear seats.

That said, it’s worth nothing that, despite being wide and easy to access, the boot is far from flat and has clearly been designed for bespoke fitted luggage (which you can purchase from Ferrari as a rather expensive option). So if you’re planning to travel four up to St Moritz, it might be worth sending your luggage ahead.

 

Ferrari GTC4 Lusso