The interior layout, fit and finish
The driving position is as good as other Ferrari cars and there's surprisingly good visibility too. The GTC4’s dash is a lavish mix of hand-stitched full-grain leather panels, banks of bull’s-eye air vents and a Formula 1-inspired flat-bottom steering wheel. Add to that rocker switches for the indicators and wipers, a five-position Manettino dial to control all manner of electronic intervention and a stunning panoramic roof, and you have one of the most luxurious interiors on the market.
And then there’s the new 10.3in infotainment screen. Pin-sharp and neatly integrated, it’s far easier to use than the IRIS system in the McLaren 570GT. But the best bit is surely on the passenger’s side, where Ferrari’s system is augmented by a wide touchscreen panel so that the passenger can operate the settings, too. Very cool.