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Extreme Tuner Ferrari GTC4Lusso Is Just a Rendering, for Now

With Ferrari being prepared to up the ante on the FF front at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, we're certain the aftermarket world has already set its sight on the new GTC4Lusso.
Extreme Tuner Ferrari GTC4Lusso 1 photo
Before we can discuss such tuning projects, though, we need to remind you there weren't many aftermarket developers who worked on the FF. And the explanation is simple - the typical FF customer is the type of person who has other goals than investing time and money into making their Ferrari easier to spot.

Nevertheless, one way of dealing with the "problem" (at least that's how tuners see it) is to come up with a kit that's truly extravagant.

Now, until aftermarket developers get to go through the complex process that separates a tuning idea from the finished product, the virtual world has already played with the GTC4Lusso.

Yes, this is yet another confirmation that we now live in a world where the internet comes up with digitally-customized incarnations of a fresh machine long before the public even gets to see the standard model in the metal.

The rendering we have here comes from Javier Oquendo Design, with the pixel artist having gifted the family man's Prancing Horse with tons of bold aerodynamic elements.

It all starts with what can be described as a wide carbon fiber armor mounted on the lower side of the Maranello machine, with the finishing touch being brought by a massive rear wing.

As for the tamely-styled stock rims of the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, these have been replaced with HRE units. We're far from considering ourselves "purists," but seeing actual Ferraris with aftermarket rims such as the ones we have here simply makes us sorry for the Italian machines.

Does a Ferrari, be it a GTC4Lusso or a 488, become a better car once it goes down the tuning route? We beg to differ, but that's another story for another time.

 
 
 
 
 

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