Spec your GTO on Ferrari's official website
13 April 2010

Ferrari has launched an online configurator for its new 599 GTO on its official website.

Prospective buyers can take their pick from one of 26 exterior colour options, including colours used on classic Ferraris from the 1950s and 1960s.

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Other exterior options include racing stripes, three different alloy wheel designs, privacy glass and the colour of the brake callipers.

Inside you can pick one of three different seat sizes, carbonfibre accents, different steering wheels and the type of stitching used for the Italian leather.

All 599 production cars will however share the same 670bhp V12 that helps propel the car from 0-62mph in 3.35sec and on to a top speed in excess of 208mph.

The car will be revealed at the Beijing motor show next week; its price has yet to be revealed, but each of the 599 examples is likely to go for around £300,000.

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