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Discussion in '612/599' started by Manuma, Feb 10, 2006.
I don't think it's a nav, it's a info screen like on the Enzo....
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And it's not going to be cheap when it fails...
If you can afford the Ferrari....
I know, I'm just wondering about 20 years down the road when people start restoring them...
LOOK AT ALL THE CARBON FIBER!!!
Yeah, the door panels are sick!
I haven't seen anybody mentioning this, so has anybody noticed that these new racing seats have daytona inserts and are electrically operated?
Here's a pshop with 575 wheels:
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OH MY GOD! I'm speechless. That might be the most beautiful car I've ever seen. That's what I was waiting to see. Good god it's gorgeous, so athletic and graceful, my, my, my. This car will be sold out for its entire production run. They should raise the MSRP because it's going to trade well north of $300K in the resale market.
Why didn't Ferrari put those wheels on the debut models?? Sometimes there choices in colors and interiors for the show cars baffles me.
Many, many thanks for the photo-work,
Nice, but you made them a little too big.
Now that you said it, your right! The best of both worlds....
You're right, but I think they look good anyways. They are probably size 22 or 24 the way I made them...lol
My Goodness! Gorgeous. What the heck color is that?
I thought the same. The color's Argento but something happened with the photshop that makes it look like Grigio Ingrio. It will be gorgeous in every color.
Talk about a homerun. They've raised the bar, astronomically. I bet the Muira concept becomes reality very, very quickly. LOL. Poor Aston. The Vanquish is totally vanquished and I doubt they have the money to spend on a totally new Vanquish any time soon. They better build the Rapide which will be less costly to build, will have a broader appeal, and much less stiff competition, and is gorgeous.
That looks REALLY good.... but I think I still preffer the challenge rims. But I agree that the 575 modular rims should be offered as the standard rims rather than the pentagram ones (although its not Ferrari's style to completely copy old themes).
I just can't believe how much I love this car! It combines agressiveness, elegance and beauty in a way very few cars do! Somehow the 599 GTB manages to make the Vanquish/DB9 look ordinary, the Murci look rediculous, and the F430 and Gallardo look childish. Hats down to Ferrari to be able to pull off such a masterpiece!
This is going to be a classic, as very few cars in this day in age can claim to be...
I prefer the new Rosso Monza
Make mine Titanium w/ the modulars!
Yes, they look very sharp. It's not surprising, though, considering the car as a whole. This will truly be the ultimate driving machine.
It really does make everything else look confused, incomplete, or overdone.
Bravissimo Ferrari and Pininfarina.
I still prefer Silverstone, but I don't have to spec the car until Sept or Oct, so I've been told.
Earliest deliveries will not be until Dec, or maybe Jan 07.
Ive been assured my car will one of first three delivered.
Call me traditional, I'd still take red with black leather....along with red stiching.
Congratulations. This is one of the best times ever to be first in line.
They actually fill up the wheel well very nicely. Not too big at all. Looks like 20"-22" will be the way to go.
Pics? I don't see what you're talkin about...