The Granturismo is a big car and, on tighter roads, you’re aware of its considerable bulk. It handles well, however, with little body lean and strong grip. The steering is precise and well weighted, although it is surprisingly slow; you need to apply a lot of lock in the slower corners. The ride is firm, but not uncomfortably so; it doesn’t undermine the car's role as a grand tourer. Sport and MC Stradale versions have adaptive damping, which allows you to vary the stiffness of the suspension.