The Ferrari 599 GTO is a must-have for any car collector, but with just 599 units leaving the assembly line in Maranello, getting your hands on one can prove to be quite a challenge.
However, if your bank account allows it, then this pristine example of the Italian supercar might be the best choice, as it was driven for just 180 km (112 miles) from new and it's still in the possession of its original owner.
Built in 2011, it sports the Rosso Scuderia finish on its body, complemented by a Grigio Silverstone Opaco roof, over a Nero leather interior. Furthermore, the 599 GTO is outfitted with a desirable array of options that include the matching Rosso Scuderia brake calipers, anti-stone chipping film, carbon fiber racing seats, Rosso stitching, Rosso tachometer, iPod integration with navigation system and parking sensors on both ends.
The predecessor of the Ferrari F12tdf boasts 670 PS (661 HP) and 619 Nm (457 pound-feet) of torque from its 6.0-liter V12 powertrain, upgraded from the 599 GTB's 620 PS (611 HP). Reaching 100 km/h (62 mph) from a standstill takes just a little over 3 seconds and it will keep accelerating all the way up to 335 km/h (208 mph).
The front-engined, rear-wheel drive machine will go under the hammer on May 14, in Monaco, at an auction held by RMSothebys.