The 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano rolled into view as a grand tourer that replaced the 575M Maranello. It holds characteristics that bring F1 to the streets and borrows its name from the Ferrari test track, where they test road cars and F1 racers. The 599 GTB was honored as Car Of The Year by Evo Magazine and was crowned Supercar Of The Year by TopGear magazine in 2006. Chalked up to reflex optimized aerodynamics, Ferrari hadn't forgotten to give head-turning looks to the 599 GTB Fiorano as well. This beautiful example of the 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano only has 8360 miles on its clock, has undergone recent maintenance and sits in Florida awaiting one lucky buyer.
With a focus on aerodynamics, the Fiorano's bodywork features unique sail panels on the rear windows, allowing maximum airflow into the rear nolder. The car is finished in the iconic Rosso Corsa color and adorned by Scuderia Shields, making it unmistakable in a busy parking lot. Yellow brake calipers accompany its 20-inch factory upgraded wheels. The Beige interior is fashioned so that the driver feels like an F1 driver while sitting in comfort. The electric leather seats feature red piping and huge bolsters and cutouts for a four-point racing harness. While the rear shelf has a leather finish, the dash is crafted from carbon fiber. The most imposing feature you will notice on the instrument cluster is the yellow rev counter displayed squarely in front of the driver.
The 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano features a front-mid-engine design that makes the engine accessible from under the front hood. Its powerhouse is a hot-blooded 6.0L F140C V12 engine linked with a six-speed automatic F1 transmission. It is capable of putting out a blistering 612 horsepower at 7600rpm and 448 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 mph is achieved in only 3.7 seconds before hitting its top speed of 205 mph.