Are you bugged about not being able to secure Ferrari’s new F12tdf? Then how about this 599 GTO?
The supercar came out in 2011 and it has a grey finish over its body, along with Tour de France livery that pays tribute to the 250 GTO, and 21-inch alloy wheels in a dark grey shade.
Inside, it comes with a red leather interior combined with carbon fiber trim on the center tunnel, dashboard, steering wheel and door panels. It also has heated seats, a navigation system and a Bose audio system.
This Ferrari 599 GTO is in mint condition and, despite being 4 years old, it was driven for only 3,884 km (2,413miles) throughout its lifetime..
It uses the same 6.0-liter V12 engine under its hood as the 599 GTB, but upgraded from 620PS (611hp) to 670 PS (661hp) and 619 Nm (457lb-ft) of torque, which allows it to reach 100km/h (62mph) from a standstill in just a little over 3 seconds before topping out at 335 km/h (208mph).
If it caught your attention, it’s offered for sale by Dutch dealer Hoefnagels for €795,000 ($859,141) and with just 599 units leaving Maranello, it screams exclusivity through its pores.