A dealer in the Netherlands has come up with a holiday gift for the inner motorist: a barely driven 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO which can be snatched for a mind boggling €795, 000.
The cool price tag comes courtesy of the exclusivity of the model – just 599 were ever manufactured – and this particular case also sports a Tour de France livery that recalls images of the iconic 250 GTO. The cabin comes with a mostly red treatment, interrupted by some carbon fiber on the dashboard, center tunnel, steering wheel, and on the door panels – and the vehicle itself looks pretty mint – mostly because it has only been driven for 3,400 km (2,113 miles). The package is rounded up by the 21-inch alloy wheel set with a bespoke finish that resembles the grey paint scheme employed on the body of the coupe. Additional goodies consist of xenon headlights, navigation, Bose sound system, heated seats, or navigation system.
But more importantly under the hood resides the V12 6.0-liter engine dropping 670 PS (493 kW) and 619 Nm (457 lb-ft) of torque. Back in its heyday in 2010, the 599 GTO was in the select hypercar club as it reached 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.35 seconds and topped out at around 208 mph (335 km/h). These are spectacular figures today as well, with the model’s value expected to soar across the decades thanks to its inherited exclusivity.