|Real mass||1.223 kg (with driver: 1.298 kg)|
|226 bhp @ 7.250 rpm
237 Nm @ 5.500 rpm
8.400 rpm max.
Regarded as one of the most beautiful Pininfarina designs, the Lusso, or GT/L, sold as a road-going car and directly benefited from the successful line of Ferrari 250 GTs. It was developed from the dual-purpose 250 GT Short Wheel Base (SWB) which was delivered as both as a full-on competition or a steel-bodied grand touring car. When the SWB's time was up, its road-going version was replaced in 1962 with the more curvaceous 250 GT Lusso. Around 350 examples of the Lusso were constructed with the same steel body designed by Pininfarina and executed by Scaglietti with aluminum doors, boots and hoods. Nearly all were delivered with the same specification except for a few cars that received custom rear end ratios, 5-speed gearboxes and competition spec carburetion which may have been added after delivery. Sometimes, custom body and interior alterations were executed by Pininfarina, including faired-in headlights, extra venting and air conditioning, but these factory modifications were rare. After 350 examples were made, the Lusso was replaced in 1964 by the much more impressive 275 GTB having four wheel independent suspension and a more complex space frame chassis.
- new driver animation
- physics update
- V5 tyre model
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