The GTC4Lusso is available in a single trim variant, as the GTC4Lusso T is considered as a different model. The idea behind this Ferrari is that it’s not the first, and possibly not the second, of Maranello origin in the owner’s garage. Instead, this is the vehicle that the wealthy family man who likes to drive to exotic locations can use every day. With all-wheel-drive and rear seats that fold down, this is a vehicle that can be used to carry your ski equipment up treacherous mountain roads. It’s still a proper Ferrari supercar, however, and is capable of over 200 mph if you find a road long enough. With adaptive dampers, laminated glass for better road noise insulation, and luxurious heated front seats, as well as the option of a glass roof, this is a lounge on wheels - one that can do 0-62 mph in three and a half seconds.