£40k premium for UK's first 599
16 November 2006

Supercar dealer Tom Hartley has got what is claimed to be the UK's first Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, if you've got £240,000 to spare.

The V12-powered right-hand-drive car is in black, with black leather. It comes with pretty much every option available including carbon brakes and F1 paddleshift gearbox.

The 'standard' 599 (this awesome 612bhp machine is anything but standard) lists at £171,825, but the options on this car push it to over £200,000.

Hartley is asking a £40,000 premium for the car. With bumper bonuses expected this year for City bankers, we suspect he'll get it.

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