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The 599 GTB HGTE was, until the F12 was launched recently, Ferraris two-seat flagship, and was the successor to the 575M Maranello having replaced it in 2006. The 599 is, of course, a spiritual successor to the legendary 250 GT, 275 GTB and Daytona. With an Enzo-derived 5999cc V12 shoehorned into a latest generation all-alloy chassis, the 620bhp standard GTB was Ferrari's most powerful V12 production car ever. The 599, as with many previous Ferraris takes its name from its engine displacement of the V12, the "GTB" stands for Gran Turismo Berlinetta and it was styled by Pininfarina under the direction of Ferrari's Frank Stephenson. During production an upgrade package was released named the "HGTE handling package", this consisting of stiffer front and rear suspension, a stiffer rear anti-roll bar, a faster gear change thanks to gearbox upgrades, lightweight 5 spoke wheels reducing un-sprung weight by 5kg, ceramic brake discs and an upgraded exhaust system.
This LHD example HGTE delivered to its first private owner on 1st January 2010. Supplied in the stunning combination of Nero Daytona over a Nero Hide. The interior benefits from Carbon shelled seats trimmed in Nero Leather with Alcantara centres and Rosso stitched Cavallinos on each headrest, as well as a Carbon drivers zone with Bianco rev counter. The exterior is appointed with Giallo calipers and Carbon Fibre under door covers.
Prior to advertising the car has been through our workshops and has benefitted from a comprehensive annual service including auxiliary belt as well as tending to any other work necessary, including four new tyres and upper and lower ball joints. Today the car has covered just 14,350 miles from new. Presented with all of its books and spare key, as well as the exceptionally rare Vehicle Identification Passport documenting the build of the vehicle, this stunning example is available for viewing at our showroom based just outside London.