2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T Review; Ferrari GT with Turbo Power
Last year, evolved the FF to 2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. The V12 variant of that model now gets the company of a V8 Biturbo, the GTC4Lusso T, which in terms of performance at all to do with.
While most manufacturers have already renounced the mode of shooting brakes, keeps Ferrari stuck with it. The 2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso, last summer proposed the evolution of the FF, still combines a long and slender silhouette with an Interior that is large enough for four people. To all with the latest trends also does, however, downsizing, and so is nowadays Modena of the GTC4Lusso now also a version with V8 Biturbo derived. It comes to the engine that we already found in the California T and the 488 GTB and that in 2016 the price of International Engine of the Year Award. The engineers at Ferrari do have the opportunity to further refine the adjustment.
After the versions with 560 HP in the California T and 670 HP in the 488 GTB now follows a version with 610 HP in this 2018 Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. engine builders worked on the Pistons and connecting rods, exhaust, air intake, the two intercoolers and of course the motor control, all with the intention of the response time as low as possible and to produce a specific sound. The maximum torque of 760 Nm (opposite 697 Nm for GTC4Lusso with V12) is available between 3,000 and 5,250 o/m, while the pointer of the tachometer may even flirt with 7,800 o/m.
Also notable is the original Variable Boost Management, that the transfer of torque adjusts to the selected gear. From the third to the seventh gear provides this software for a more powerful acceleration. In terms of performance by State, the V8 Biturbo make the comparison with the 690 HP V12, with an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds, opposite 3.6 seconds for the V12. The ratio weight-power is, therefore, identical to both versions: 2.9 kg/HP. on the other hand, the V12 takes the lead what the top speed 320 km/h 335 subject: opposite.