Leaked price list reveals top-end GTO will cost £78k more than HGTE
25 March 2010

The Ferrari 599 GTO will cost from £285,000, according to a price list that has leaked out.

That's about £78,000 more than the standard Ferrari 599 HGTE.

The GTO is a more focused version of the 599 than the current GTB and HGTE models, and was confirmed by Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa on a trip to Australia last month. However no specification or prices have been officially confirmed by Ferrari.

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Power will likely be north of 650bhp, with a similar rise in torque and performance.

Weight will be reduced to less than 1650kg, and the car will also likely feature a more aggressive gear shift software and certain elements of the aerodynamic upgrades seen on the 599XX.

A grainy picture of the car was leaked yesterday, and the price list adds credibility to the picture as it includes the option of racing stripes and historic GTO stripes.

Picture used courtesy of FastLaneDaily.

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25 March 2010

Ghost, Rapide, Phantom and now GTO. It's a concern that their respective makers lack the confidence to come up with new names instead of cannibalising their own histories in this way. Any connection between these four and the originals is extremely tenuous.

26 March 2010

Nice car but blink and you might think it's a GT3!

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