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FERRARI GTC4LUSSO AUSTALASIAN PREMIERE.

FERRARI GTC4LUSSO AUSTALASIAN PREMIERE

The Ferrari GTC4Lusso has officially made its Australasian Premiere in Sydney, with the car’s very first appearance in the Southern Hemisphere following the International Premiere at the Geneva Motorshow in March.

The car was unveiled by Mr. Flavio Manzoni, Ferrari’s Senior Vice President of Design, at an exclusive private residence in Vaucluse. Mr Manzoni is responsible for creating and defining the styling of Ferrari’s new vehicles.

The new Ferrari GTC4Lusso is Maranello’s latest interpretation of the four-seater concept, which combines extraordinary V12 performance in all driving conditions with sporty elegance and luxurious comfort for both driver and passengers alike – designed for those who want to experience the pleasure of driving a Ferrari anywhere and anytime.

The GTC4Lusso sports the latest evolution of the naturally-aspirated Ferrari GT V12 that melds incredible power with efficiency and provides a soundtrack which is thrilling in performance driving, yet discreet and harmonious in normal touring conditions.

The venue for the Ferrari GTC4Lusso’s Australasian premiere is a stunning multi-level harbour front home built for, and owned by, a member of the Ferrari owner’s family. This home epitomises the discerning lifestyle enjoyed by the Ferrari GTC4Lusso client – someone with an appreciation for cutting edge design, quality finishes, the latest technology, superior engineering, and opportunity to enjoy the ultimate in luxury experiences every day.

It is fitting that Ferrari’s Senior Vice President of Design, Flavio Manzoni is here to unveil this spectacular car in this incredible home - both fine examples of an unwavering commitment to performance and design, with every angle and finish combining form and function to maximum effect.

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