First drive review, pics and video of the fastest road-legal Ferrari ever
7 May 2010

Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe has driven the fastest road-legal Ferrari ever, the 599 GTO.

Just 599 examples of the 661bhp V12 hypercar will be built costing £299,280 each, but all have already sold out. You can read Sutcliffe's review, as well as seeing the pictures and video, of the 599 GTO by clicking on the links below.Read Steve Sutcliffe's first drive of the Ferrari 599 GTO

Steve Sutcliffe blog: Is the 599 a proper GTO? Discuss.See the Ferrari 599 GTO on video hereSee exclusive Ferrari599 GTO pics

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Our Verdict

Ferrari 599

The Ferrari 599 offers mind-blowing pace and handling. Quite possibly the best Ferrari of its generation

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5 May 2010

Who was driving that car?,looked like a very 1950's arms out style, anyway the car sounds like an F1 car in everyway but Sutters makes the statement that most of it's competition on a straight road couldn't live with it's performance, well, there's only one way isn't there?, Sutters, get it organised!

Peter Cavellini.

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