Ferrari’s GTC4Lusso Premières at the Grand Palais, Paris
The Grand Palais in Paris is the setting for the Ferrari GTC4Lusso to make its debut in France.
The new V12 4-seater, 4 wheel drive with 4-wheel steering, has over 200 journalists attending the premiere Tuesday afternoon on the opening day of the Tour Auto Optic 2000 rally.
The GTC4Lusso was also the star attraction at a gala cocktail this evening where over 4 hundred guests had the opportunity to see this latest example of a unique mix of benchmark sportscar performance, all-weather versatility and sporty elegance.
This very important “rendez-vous” was also the occasion for Ferrari to present a unique version of its 488 GTB.
In association with its Parisian dealer Charles Pozzi, the Tailor Made program imagined a car which pays homage to the 308 Gr4 Pioneer driven by Jean Claude Andruet and 2X winner of the Tour de France Auto in Y’s 1981 and 1982.
The body of this unique 488 GTB use the same colors codes of its mythique sister: the Blue and the White. The rims are in Matt Gold with Black Matt calipers.
The interior is mostly inspired by the 308 Gr4 with a modern reinterpretation of the traditional red seats made in Red historic fabric. Lather and mat carbon with the use of Alcantara and black mat carbon are use for the cockpit. The floor is in Grigio Corsa mat aluminum.
After this traditional “rendez vous” in the Grand Palais, the 1st leg of the Tour Auto got under way in the morning for a 5-day rally over 4 circuits and 9 stages on closed roads, with the journey coming to an end in Cannes Saturday, 23 April.
Ferrari will be posting regular updates on the event on its web sites and social media pages: http://www.ferrari.com/en_us/
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