Ferrari unveiled the F12tdf back in 2015 as the spiritual successor to the Ferrari 599 GTO. It may not have the iconic ‘GTO’ badge of the hardcore, track-focused 599, but it has its predecessor beat in every aspect. We also think it looks better, particularly when finished like this example currently for sale from Hollman International in Germany.
The stunning shade of red adorning the exterior of this F12tdf is dubbed Rosso Fuoco, is a lot darker than usual and seems to have more metallic flakes in it than more common shades like Rosso Corsa. A multitude of options are included, including carbon fiber headlights, titanium exhaust pipes, a heat insulating windscreen, 20-inch forged wheels and a suspension lift kit.
As for the interior, it is just as nice as the outside. The driver’s seat features a headrest and sides finished in black Alcantara, while the center of the seat is bathed in red Alcantara. The passenger seat also features red and black Alcantara but reversed. The driver’s side and passenger side of the car are further distinguished with red Alcantara on the passenger’s door panel and black on the driver’s side.
Those interested in this F12tdf will need to part ways with a cool €799,000 (roughly $895,000). While that’s a lot of cash, the fact that the car’s odometer sits at just 650 km (403 miles), plus all of the above, mean it is worth every single cent.