Now available for auction is this 2007 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano finished in Black Metallic over tan leather. The 599 GTB was named after Ferrari’s legendary Fiorano test track and was introduced in 2006 carrying on Ferrari's longstanding tradition of front-engine V12 grand touring cars. The Gran Turismo Berlinetta was a showcase of design, performance, and technology derived from Ferrari’s Formula 1 racing team. This 599 was acquired by the seller in 2019 and upgraded with an iPE Innotech Valvetronic exhaust and Vorsteiner forged wheels. Now showing just over 10,700 miles on the odometer, this 2007 example is being offered for auction by its owner out of Puerto Rico.
The Pininfarina-designed aluminum bodywork is finished in Black Metallic (910) with a removable 599XX-style Dragon FIre Red 3M racing stripe over the top of the car. Clear 10-mil 3M paint protection film has been applied over the entire front bumper, hood, side skirts, and mirror covers, as well as an Opti-Coat Plus ceramic treatment over the full exterior and wheels which is said to measure about 2 microns in thickness. The seller notes the front bumper, both side skirts, and front grille to have been previously refinished to address road-going wear. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with paint meter readings and a clean CARFAX report. Other exterior features include optional fender-mounted Scuderia shields, Pininfarina badging on the rocker panels, black-painted brake calipers, and 20” Vorsteiner VFN507 forged monobloc wheels dressed in Pirelli P-Zero tires showing date codes from 2013 and 2018. The original Ferrari 19”/20” Speedline wheels are said to accompany the sale as well.
Fine Italian tan leather is appointed throughout the cabin from the door panels, center console, headliner, and dashboard to the carbon-fiber shelled sports seats with Cavallino headrest embroideries. The three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel features an engine-start button and the Manettino switch used to toggle between different drive modes. Paddle shifters are mounted on the steering column, and instrumentation includes a centrally located yellow tachometer with an 8,400-RPM redline, a 220 MPH speedometer, and an integrated color LED display. The floor of the cabin is upholstered in matching tan carpeting with aluminum Ferrari door sills, drilled pedals, and an aluminum passenger footrest. Amenities include power-adjustable seats with memory for the driver, dual-zone automatic climate control, and a stereo hidden behind a carbon-fiber cover adorned with Ferrari/Pininfarina crossed flags. The tire pressure sensor light is currently illuminated due to the aftermarket wheels, and the seat heater comes on intermittently along with a warning light on the passenger side signal lamp. An Opti-Guard leather and vinyl ceramic protection coating has also been applied throughout the interior.
The most powerful engine equipped for a road-going Ferrari at the time, the 5.9L quad-cam V12 under the hood was derived from the legendary Ferrari Enzo and is capable of generating up to 612 HP and 448 lb.-ft of torque stock. 0-60 MPH is achieved in as little as 3.2 seconds with a top speed of over 200 MPH. The F1 6-speed automated manual transmission drives the rear wheels and is paired with Ferrari’s F1-Trac traction control system. This 599 GTB is reported to be up to date on all maintenance, with extensive records dating back to 2007 when the car was first purchased. The last Ferrari extended warranty inspection was performed in March of 2019 at 10,198 miles. An iPE Innotech performance Valvetronic exhaust system has also been fitted which uses electronically controlled valves to adjust exhaust tone. The original exhaust system is also said to accompany the sale. A log of maintenance history is provided in the gallery along with some service invoices.
This sale will include the original set of wheels, seat covers, a car cover, a toolkit, some service records, and a clean title. This nicely configured 599 GTB offers a perfect opportunity for any driver looking to get behind the wheel of a naturally aspirated V12 Ferrari, do not miss out.