2011 | Ferrari | 599 GTO
1480 miles | $693,025 – $765,975
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Celebrity owned, one of a kind and in perfect showroom condition. This 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO has only 1400 ORIGINAL MILES. This is truly a rare find in the hills of Malibu, California. Ferrari made just 599 of these cars, all of which sold immediately. Of that 599 limited production, only 120 of them were shipped to the United States. This car is in immaculate condition. It has been stored in a climate-controlled garage and the interior has been meticulously cared for (not to mention hardly ever used), making this car possibly the finest example of the 599 GTO currently available in the US. This car comes with the original owner's manual, tool kit, car cover, two keys, car cover, window sheet, service records, and the build book.
- Paint Color: Rossa Corsa Red
- Wheel Finish: Matte
- More than 1 set of wheels?: No
- More than 1 set of tires?: No
- Front Tire/Wheel Size: 285/30R20
- Rear Tire/Wheel Size: 315/35R20
- Exterior Description/Details:
The 2011 Ferrari 599 Gran Turismo Omoglato is captivating. "Gorgeous red Ferrari" is an understatement for the Rossa Corsa paint that emblazons the body of this 599 GTO, with a contrasting black roof. This color combination pays homage to Ferrari's racing roots, as do the round taillights. The mesh grille and side scoops in front and behind the rear wheels provide strikingly modern and aggressive flair, but blend in perfectly. Sleek titanium exhaust tips paneled rear diffuser, and 20" wheels round out beautiful balance of sentiment and style.
- Seat Color: Nero
- Contrast Stitching: Yes
- Carpet Color: No carpet.
- Floor Mats Description: No floor mats
- Passenger Capacity: 2
- Seatbelt Color: Black
- Dashboard Color: Black
- Wood Elements: No
- Carbon Fibre Elements: Yes
- Brushed Aluminum Elements: Yes
- Steering Wheel: Carbon+Leather
- Interior Description/Details:
Between the doors, the black upholstery with contrasting white stitching provides a marked contrast to the Rossa Corsa red paint. One of the most race-oriented members of the Ferrari 'famiglia' the 2011 599 GTO manages to intertwine a race-car feeling into the interior, while still making the driver’s seat a place where you want to spend a lot of time. This particular blend of of leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber creates a unique feeling. The steering wheel incorporates Ferrari’s now-famous Manettino (Italian for “little manager”) and large paddle shifters sit behind the sides of the steering wheel for ease of use. The Virtual Race Engineer (VRE) display shows the level of g-force in turns, among other things, which of course can be photographed for illustrative purposes when someone wants to know, “what’s it like to drive that thing?”. Brushed aluminum in place of floor mats adds a unique flair, as does the passenger-side floor-mounted fire extinguisher.
- Engine Location: Front
- Aspiration: Natural
- Hybrid: No
- Horsepower: 661 hp @ 8250 rpm
- 0 – 60 MPH (0 – 62 MPH/100KPH): 3.35
- Top Speed: 208 MPH
- Torque: 457 lb-ft @ 6500 rpm
- Transmission Type: Automatic
- Forward Speeds: 6
- Drive Wheels: Rear Wheel Drive
- Paddle Shifters: Yes
- Engine Description/Details: When this car was introduced, Motor Trend correctly pointed out that it was, “the fastest road-legal prancing horse ever built”, which of course means that it was faster than the venerable Enzo. And as compared to its close cousin, the 599 GTB, this car is lighter and it handles better, thanks to a variety of modifications that reduced weight and increased downforce. The V-12 engine delivers 670 HP at 8250 rpm, with a maximum torque of 620 Nm at 6500 rpm, rocketing the car from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.35 seconds, top speed of 208 mph. More than a few reviewers could not help but dub this car the greatest sports car ever built, something automotive journalist normally just won’t say. Ferrari provoked this response in a number of ways, including, for example, by modifying the 6-speed transmission to increase responsiveness, by making the final drive shorter. Other enhancements include a lowered center of gravity, and numerous aerodynamic modifications that improve handling by increasing downforce.
None. Only 1400 original miles and stored in a climate-controlled garage equates to an immaculately pristine exterior. This car has only ever been driven in the hills of Malibu.
None. You'd be hard pressed to find a single grain of Malibu sand inside this car. There are no signs of wear, due in part to the fact that this car has been occupied for only 1400 miles since 2011.
Quirks and Secrets
Because weight-reduction was paramount, the seat adjustments are actually manual. Some people may notice other, similar "sacrifices" made by Ferrari, to create this astonishing car.