First unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show in February of 2006, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano boasted a stunning visual design with elegant lines, all of which assist in its keen aerodynamic abilities. Rated at 612 hp and 448 lb-ft, the engine already produced enough power for impressive performance, but for this car to truly qualify as a flagship for such a respected marque, it must go to every end possible to enhance performance by even as little as .001 seconds. As a result, 0-62 mph is achieved in 3.7 seconds, 0-124 mph in 11.0 seconds, and a top speed of 205 mph is possible.
The Fiorano of this model’s name is taken from the famed Fiorano circuit, where Ferrari takes its new vehicles out to be tested before their official release. The GTB comes from Gran Turismo Berlinetta, while the 599 refers to the engine’s total displacement divided by ten.
Available at St. Louis Motorcars is a specifically stunning example of the 599 GTB Fiorano. It’s finished in Nero Daytona (metallic black) over a Nero (black) interior. With only 7,295 miles clocked, it’s 100% factory stock and an all-original example. What’s more, it has all of the most desirable factory-installed options. To learn more, be sure to click the button below.
Editor’s Note: the article previously stated this was a 2009, but it’s actually a 2008 model.