Ferrari GTC4Lusso is a unique 2+2 supercar from the Ferrari car brand. The car is designed with a long front end, the interior compartment is pushed back with a sloped trunk lid. However, this car model is somewhat “softer” than other Ferraris, which is why the famous car tuning brand Kahn Automobiles decided to create a Coachbuild version based on this car line. Compared to the regular GTC4Lusso, the tuning company has adjusted some exterior details and replaced some body panels to give the car a more perfect design.

In 2018, he sketched a drawing of a unique model with a redesigned front bumper with custom specifications. Designer Afzal Kahn said that at that time he was looking for a four-seat supercar that could be used every day. Although the Ferrari GTC4Lusso model is the choice that can meet his criteria, he is still not satisfied with the design of the front of the car. Therefore, Kahn decided to start designing and manufacturing his own special version to pay homage to Ferrari’s past, while satisfying the strict aesthetic requirements of Ferrari. myself.

The biggest change that Kahn brought to the custom version is that the details in the front part have been redesigned. Both sides of the front wheel cavity have been completely replaced. Kahn has designed a new set of fenders for the car with two larger air vents to create a highlight for the car’s body. At the same time, this fender has been extended to the front, partially covering the front lights compared to the GTC4Lusso.

In the front bumper, Kahn has refined the front lip, and added two round lights placed on the grille to give the car a classic look. Kahn said he was inspired by cars like the 2019 Ferrari Monza SP2 and the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa to be able to make these modifications.

Kahn chose dark blue to give the car a new, more splendid coat. In addition, he chose somewhat familiar motifs on Ferraris decorated in a classic style. The number 1 is attached to both sides of the car door with a white round background, and the front body of the car is equipped with a Familiar white horizontal stripes on old Ferraris.

The new wheels on this unique version are reminiscent of the wheels of the Ferrari F8 series, however the wheel spokes are designed to be slightly slanted compared to the wheels on the F8. The Diamond Cut finished wheels measure 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear and are equipped with Continental ContiSportContact 5P tires with specific dimensions of 255/35R20 at the front and 255/35R20 respectively. 315/30R21 at the rear.

Currently, the Kahn brand has not yet announced information about the powertrain. Originally, the GTC4Lusso model still retains the naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 engine, producing 681 horsepower and 697 Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to all four wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission allowing acceleration from 0 – 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds and a maximum speed of 335 km/h.

The price of the GTC4 Grand Edition has not been disclosed, but because it is a Coachbuild version, this car model will certainly not be cheap. It is currently unknown whether Kahn will be able to produce further versions of this GTC4 line to sell to customers.

This is not the first Coachbuilt car designed by Afzal Kahn and he has previously penned the designs of models such as the Aston Martin Vengeance, the Flying Huntsman Longnose and the 6×6 pickup truck designed based on the Defender .

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