Ferrari Honors 250 GTO With F12 Berlinetta Tour De France 64 Special Edition

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Ferrari creates special edition: it's got a yellow stripe.

Unveiled during the Dream Cars Show at the Brussels Motor Show, this is the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Tour de France 64, created by Maranello’s Tailor Made bespoke division as a tribute to the 1964 Tour de France-winning Ferrari 250 GTO driven by the Ecurie Francorchamps team. Featuring an Argento Auteil body, the special edition F12 wears a triple-layer cross-stripe on the hood as a nod to the original Modena yellow used the by the racing team.

The F12 also sports a black interior with vintage-look heritage Mahagoni leather seats, with body-color aluminum trim and yellow detailing. Thanks to Paul Vanrusselt, we have live shots of the car, albeit with a different looking interior. Other highlights of the one-off creation include “SuperFabric” mats and boot trim, made from a “bulletproof” material featuring a 3D design. The ceiling liner and side panels are made from Mycro Prestige, while the floor features a triangular-pattern metal.

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