Finally I can share my very first post on my new car section. I wish you could see how much I am smiling as I’m typing this, as this was a long awaited addition to my blog. Being a small town native who learned driving was second nature to get anywhere, I was stunned when I got asked to go on this experience with Ferrari.
Something you might not know about me is that I have a huge passion for cars and new technologies. My heart beats faster just hearing the start up of a fast car. As most of you have probably seen on Instagram, I have been out in the cold in Lapland, Sweden – Arjeplog to be exact. A place I never thought I would be visiting as there are basically no airlines that fly out there. This area of the world is known for all car companies that put their cars to extreme tests as the whole landscape is covered in snow and ice. The perfect condition to experience the GTC4Lusso, Ferrari’s latest model.
After we arrived in Arjeplog the tourism board invited us to go on a snow machine excursion by surprise to see more of the landscape through the forests and mountains. Let me tell you, I had so much fun driving up to 100 km/h and enjoying the cold fresh air and nature around me. Something I needed after I literally spend my last week flying to three different countries as you might have seen if you are following me on my instagram-stories.
A few hours later we made our way to the Silver Hatten Hotel, a small and vintage looking hotel in Arjeplog where I would be spending the next two days. After the aperitif and a brief introduction by the Ferrari Team, we had a traditional swedish dinner. We even got to see the northern lights that night – such a stunning experience.
The following day it was time to test out the new GTC4Lusso and what can I say: This four seater is a spacious super car for everyone. I had the easiest time driving it on snow as their newest four wheel technology allows you to have grip on basically every surface.
Pictures won’t do this car justice, so I’ve assembled some of my favorite moments of my experience in this short film you can find at the beginning of this post – make sure to leave me your feedback in the comments.