Chinese market to get less than 12 special edition 599 GTB Fiorano HGTE models
6 October 2009

Ferrari has launched a limited edition 599 GTB Fiorano for the Chinese market.

Less than twelve of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano HGTE China Limited Edition will be made available for sale and no prices have been announced.

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It has been developed by Ferrari in partnership with the celebrated Chinese artist Lu Hao and they feature a two-tone colour scheme, featuring a special Rosso Fuoco fire red body colour and a grey roof.

Hao uses an ancient Chinese script called Xiao Zhuan to engrave a name plaque for each edition as well as mark the car throughout, such as on the engine start button and the rev counter.

Performance has been unchanged from the HGTE model available elsewhere, which means it gets the 6.0-litre V12 producing 611bhp and 448lb ft of torque.

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6 October 2009

Breaking news : Chinese car manufacturer Fellali will launch its own high performance sports car in 2011 loosely based on a 599 .... ;o)

6 October 2009

Less than 12 will be built?

Does that mean 11?

6 October 2009

[quote saintly78]

Less than 12 will be built?

Does that mean 11?

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The odds of guessng a number between 0 and 12 must be one in a million!

I wonder if Ferrari will extend this country specific philosophy? Although I fear the Burberry interior in the British one won't be to everybodies taste.

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