Ferrari Hype builds up with 599 GTB Fiorano
|Topics: Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
August 26, 2006
Ferrari has recently adopted the latest technology using the tested all-aluminum construction for the body and chassis. This was incorporated in the 599 GTB Fiorano Ferrari, which was officially presented to the public last February 28 at the Geneva Motor Show. Said construction gave the latest model of Ferrari the elegant yet aggressive façade.
Aside from the appearance, 599 GTB Fiorano Ferrari has also adopted advanced aerodynamic solutions to attain high performance of the car. The latest from Ferrari is a symbol of its advanced production as well as its classics. It replaces the line of berlinettas which was introduced a decade ago.
Amedeo Felisa, Ferrari’s Vice General Manager described the birth of the latest model which was developed in Maranello. “The new car is a concentration of Ferrari’s most innovative and technologically advanced engineering solutions applied to a mid-front engined two-seater coupé. The result is a new benchmark for performance, driver involvement and design. The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano boasts class-leading power thanks to its 5,999cc V12 - derived directly from the Enzo Ferrari supercar – which produces no less than 620hp at 7,600 rpm for a weight/power ratio of just 2.6 kg per horsepower,” Felisa said.
Fiorano has the most powerful V12-engine from Ferrari. It also has a magnetorheological suspension system. By applying an electronically controlled magnetic field, the latter can adjust the dampers. The interior seat features of 599 GTB Fiorano are composed of the traditional horizontal perforated pleats with bespoke built-in luggage on the back shelf. It also has vertical headlamps for a stronger appeal and expression. Moreover, the most interesting area is the separate composite rear buttress. The latter is designed to allow the cabin glass to flow in a droplet shape.
In a nutshell, 599 GTB Fiorano has a classic look of Ferrari auto parts with its innovative aerodynamic elements, gorgeous curves and significant shutlines. These are the reasons why Ferrari lingers with power.
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