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I'm afraid I don't know the exact changeover date. But it's such a dramatic difference that a test drive will easily reveal it. Some people may...
It's not an "issue" or fault. Just a difference in feel, and I personally hated the superlight zero feedback of the early version. Others may...
Electric steering :(
I'd say its far more likely to hold its value now. Certainly the V12. Not so sure about the V8.
Agree with most of what you have said Lukey, except the GT car bit. Yes Lusso is a GT car, but it is definitely also a supercar (no 911 is IMO)....
Great news as far as I'm concerned.
To own one of the last 4 seat Ferrari V12 true supercars :) And no, an SUV will *never* be a supercar, no...
Thanks for bringing a sense of perspective to the PTU "issue".
In the UK at least, lack of a pano roof will make the Lusso incredibly difficult to sell later.
It makes the car so much nicer and more usable...
Driving with a friend today. I just liked this quick phone snap, showing the Senna in the mirror with the "GTC Lusso" dash badge reflected in the...
Yes indeed. I took mine to a supercar meet today. Why take the Lusso? Simple...it meant my wife & kids could join me :)
Good news for residuals :) It's the last of its kind - proper 4 seat Ferrari V12 supercar.
Yes, see here:
I only ever use 98RON in any of my fast cars. I'd rather never risk engine knocking.
It's very cool, but yes it's entirely pointless. My kids played with it once.
Best family car money can buy IMO.
Mine is about £600 per year. My 720S is about the same too.
Thanks :) I think the detailing has given it a bit of "interest", although I appreciate some owners prefer to keep the car completely...
Good to know there is a (fairly) local option for me post-warranty if there is an issue :)
Thanks for posting!
I'm not sure the V12 Lusso will be an "investment", but it is certainly FAR more desirable than the V8.