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Ferrari 599 GTO (2011)

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Supplied New with Ferrari XX Corse Clienti Aerodynamics Package - 280 KM

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This example was ordered new through Rosso Scuderia Ferrari of Tokyo in February 2011, suitably optioned in Rosso Scuderia, the chosen colour of Ferrari’s Formula 1 team for the Schumacher era and a hue that made its production debut on the F430 in 2004. The roof is finished in Grigio Silverstone Opaco as many GTOs were.

When the 599 XX was upgraded to Evo specification at the tail end of 2011, the remaining parts were offered to select clientele and members of Ferrari’s exclusive Corse Clienti program only as an upgrade for the 599 GTO through Ferrari Genuine, their post-build parts catalogue. The complete aerodynamic package at the time was more than 10% of the list price of a GTO. The complete kit was manufactured for Ferrari by (one of their seven) suppliers for F50 and Enzo composites. The full package comprised of three new elements, each made exclusively from exposed carbon fibre and forming two options for track use. The first, an extended front splitter securely mounted below the front bumper was paired with revised C-pillar winglets and designed for use on fast circuits with top speeds exceeding 220km/h. The second, for use on tighter circuits where top speed was below 220km/h, significantly increases rear downforce with the addition of a full width extended rear boot lid to the preceding options.

It’s first owner, a collector based in Tokyo, jumped at the opportunity to have the full package fitted to the car. Whilst this GTO is accompanied by its original panels, it was delivered to its first keeper in 2012 with the complete package already fitted prior to delivery. It is important to note that fewer than 25 examples of this package are understood to be fitted to 599 GTOs.

Aside from the XX package, this example was optioned from new with a wealth of carbon fibre options; including centre caps, engine covers and headlight buckets. Furthermore, the fuel cap has been autographed by none other than Luca Cordera di Montezemolo, Ferrari’s chairman at the time.

Inside the car receives Extra-Campionario Rosso Alcantara with Rosso Tessuto inserts, the stitching is also completed in the special colour of Grigio Chiaro.

The car has been kept as part of a collection from new. It was imported to the UK in 2016 and has since been further kept as part of a collection. To date, this example has covered just 280 kilometres from new which has been corroborated by a gearbox control unit readout at DK Engineering.

Extra Campionario Rosso Scuderia with Grigio Silverstone Opaco
Extra Campionario Alcantara Rosso FX with Tessuto Rosso
Grigio Chiaro stitching

Carbon fibre Corse Clienti XX front splitter
Carbon fibre Corse Clienti XX C-pillar winglets
Carbon fibre Corse Clienti XX Bootlid with integrated wing
Carbon fibre engine covers
Carbon fibre racing seats
Carbon fibre headlight buckets
Carbon fibre rear bench trim
Carbon fibre centre caps
Carbon fibre fuel cap signed by Luca Cordero di Montezemolo

Aluminium brake callipers
Giallo rev counter
iPod Connection
Seatbelts in Rosso
Driver seat adjustment
Privacy rear windows
Satellite navigation

This GTO is additionally accompanied by its original book pack and history folio as well as its unmarked 599 GTO boot lid and trim, original unmarked Grigio Silverstone Opaco C-pillars and original unmarked 599 GTO front splitter. This stunning example is available to view at our showrooms outside London immediately.


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