Missed Out On The F12tdf? This 599 GTO Will Make You Forget All About It

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It’s not as cheap though.

Ferrari’s hardcore F12tdf sold out in a matter of months, just like the rest of the automaker’s special editions. While the opportunity to get into a F12tdf is long gone, Dutch dealer Hoefnagels is offering another one of Ferrari’s hardcore track cars in the form of the incredible 599 GTO. The 2011 supercar is finished in grey and has the Tour de France livery that pays homage to the iconic Ferrari 250 GTO. It may not be as powerful as the F12tdf, but it’s arguably better looking and just as track ready.

The supercar may be four years old, but it only has 2,413 miles on the clock and is in mint condition. The 599 GTO features a 6.0-liter V12 engine that’s good for 611 hp and can get to 60 mph in a hint of over three seconds before hitting a top speed of 208 mph. On the inside, the supercar has a red leather interior with carbon fiber throughout. This incredible supercar will continue to appreciate in value and is one of the greatest supercars from the brand. But it’s not necessarily cheap at roughly $859K.

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