The 599 GTB (Gran Turismo Berlinetta) Fiorano was named after Ferrari’s legendary Fiorano test track, carrying on a longstanding tradition of front-engine V12 grand touring cars. This 2008 example was delivered new to Ferrari of Beverly Hills in Nero over a Nero leather interior and was optioned with leather-backed Daytona-style seats, red brake calipers, the carbon fiber driving zone, iPod connectivity, Scuderia Ferrari fender shields, front and rear parking sensors, 20” Monolithic wheels, an upholstered headliner, a leather-trimmed parcel shelf, and Rosso contrast stitching throughout the cabin. Showing under 15k miles on the odometer, this 599 GTB is now being offered at auction by its seller out of New Hampshire.
The exterior is finished in Nero (1240) and preserved by paint protection film on the front end. Equipment includes bi-xenon headlamps, optional red finished brake calipers, optional Scuderia Ferrari fender shields, vented fenders, underbody aerodynamics, arched C-pillars in a “flying buttress” style, and quad exhaust tips. The optional 20” Monolithic wheels are finished in silver with yellow Ferrari center caps and new Pirelli P-Zero tires.
The interior is upholstered in Nero leather with Rosso contrast stitching and carbon fiber trim. Details include Daytona-style seats with exposed carbon fiber bases and optional leather seatbacks, a three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel with a red engine-start button, carbon fiber paddle shifters, and a central yellow tachometer. The footwells are lined in matching black carpeting with drilled pedals, an aluminum passenger footrest, and black floormats with red Ferrari emblems. Amenities include dual-zone automatic climate control, power accessories, an optional iPod adapter, optional front and rear parking sensors, and an aftermarket Kenwood stereo hidden behind a cover on the center stack. The seller notes a small scuff on the outside edge of the driver’s side seat bolster.
The 599 GTB is powered by an F140C 5.9L quad-cam V12 derived from the legendary Ferrari Enzo, which generates up to 612 HP and 448 lb.-ft of torque. The F1 6-speed automated manual transmission drives the rear wheels and is paired with Ferrari’s F1-Trac traction control system, providing acceleration from 0-60 MPH in 3.2 seconds with a top speed of over 200 MPH. Performance features include a magnetorheological adaptive suspension and Brembo carbon ceramic brakes. The CARFAX report shows a history of maintenance at authorized Ferrari dealerships including oil service, four new tires, a new cabin filter, new drive belts, a new air filter, and a flush of the power steering system in March of 2022 at Ron Tonkin Ferrari of Wilsonville, Oregon.
This sale will include a clean title (lien), owner’s manuals, a copy of the window sticker, the factory toolkit, a car cover, a battery charger, and a DVD detailing the vehicle’s build at Maranello.