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Coachwork by Pininfarina
Developed by Jason Castriota at Pininfarina, the 599 Fiorano was appropriately named for the Ferrari’s famous test track near Maranello. It was Ferrari’s first-ever aluminum chassis on a grand tourer and, when released in Geneva in 2006, it was the most powerful production road car of its time. Special aerodynamic “parentheses” flank the rear window maximizing seamless airflow around the car, increasing downforce, and facilitating this two-seater hellion to reach 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and then soar to 205 mph.
This 599 Fiorano is finished in dramatic Giallo Modena (Modena Yellow) with a black roof, two-tone body featuring silver pillars, and a black stripe along the hood. The interior features tan leather with a multitude of special options including leather backrest, headliner and rear shelf, carbon fiber cabin, fully electric Daytona-style seats, a Ferrari dedication plate in silver and Scuderia Ferrari shields, yellow instrument panel with iPod connection, electrochromic mirrors, and rear parking sensors. The 65º V-12, 612 hp engine is reined in by a carbon ceramic brake system highlighted by yellow brake calipers with 20" monolithic rims. The current owner purchased the car in August 2016, and has added minimal miles and commissioned a service by Ferrari of Beverly Hills in December 2018, including new tires and wheel sensors. Despite the 599 Fiorano’s enthusiasm for chewing up the miles, this example has less than 8,000 miles on the odometer and is in pristine condition. Not for the shy and retiring, this gorgeous Ferrari demands attention and begs a new challenge.