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Quick anecdote: My friends and I were shooting photos of this GTC4Lusso as the owner walked up. We started chatting to him about the car, which he gushed about as if it were his newborn child. He waited two years for his commission to be delivered.

During the waiting period, Ferrari called him up and said, “No more stitched prancing horse headrest. We can no longer do that.” The owner, adamant to get the stitched headrests, asked Ferrari why he couldn’t get what he ordered. Ferrari replied saying the ONE woman they had *hand stitching* the horses had died.

Keen on getting his stitched headrests, the owner then asked what he could do to still get them. After a bit, Ferrari got back to him saying they could still make his headrests—for an *additional* $2,500 PER headrest (that’s four—an extra $10k—for the GTC4Lusso). He told Ferrari, “Okay. Do it.”
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#dreamofdriving #ferrari #morethanyoucanaffordpal #gtc4lusso #gtc4lussot #prancinghorse #prancingpony #handmade #handmadeinitaly #craft #story #storytime #grandtour #gtcar #commission #roadamerica #wisconsin
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Quick anecdote: My friends and I were shooting photos of this GTC4Lusso as the owner walked up. We started chatting to him about the car, which he gushed about as if it were his newborn child. He waited two years for his commission to be delivered.

During the waiting period, Ferrari called him up and said, “No more stitched prancing horse headrest. We can no longer do that.” The owner, adamant to get the stitched headrests, asked Ferrari why he couldn’t get what he ordered. Ferrari replied saying the ONE woman they had *hand stitching* the horses had died.

Keen on getting his stitched headrests, the owner then asked what he could do to still get them. After a bit, Ferrari got back to him saying they could still make his headrests—for an *additional* $2,500 PER headrest (that’s four—an extra $10k—for the GTC4Lusso). He told Ferrari, “Okay. Do it.”
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#dreamofdriving #ferrari #morethanyoucanaffordpal #gtc4lusso #gtc4lussot #prancinghorse #prancingpony #handmade #handmadeinitaly #craft #story #storytime #grandtour #gtcar #commission #roadamerica #wisconsin
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Аэродинамичные формы Ferrari GTC4Lusso приковывают взгляды, а мощь его двигателя V12 в сочетании с полным приводом дарят возможность насладится спортивным вождением в любую погоду и при любых дорожных условиях.
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Фото @richardpardon #ferrarimoscow #ferrari #FerrariGTC4Lusso #GTC4Lusso
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Аэродинамичные формы Ferrari GTC4Lusso приковывают взгляды, а мощь его двигателя V12 в сочетании с полным приводом дарят возможность насладится спортивным вождением в любую погоду и при любых дорожных условиях.
+7 (495) 933-33-77

Фото @richardpardon #ferrarimoscow #ferrari #FerrariGTC4Lusso #GTC4Lusso
#gtc4lusso looking great in green mines in #blueamerica but must admit the green looks 👌😈#grandtourer #ferraridriving ----------------------------------------------------
Ferrari GTC 4 Lusso ----------------------------------------------------
#ferrarigtc4lusso #ferrarigtc4lussot #ferraricollector #passioneferrari #ferrariphotopage #atelier #ferraripassion #ferrariracingdays #ferrariv12 #carswithoutlimits #carsofinstagram #carporn #cars  #italiandesign @ferrari @ferrari_uk_ @corseclienti @meridienmodena 
Photo by 📸 @datnoisev12
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#gtc4lusso looking great in green mines in #blueamerica but must admit the green looks 👌😈#grandtourer #ferraridriving ----------------------------------------------------
Ferrari GTC 4 Lusso ----------------------------------------------------
#ferrarigtc4lusso #ferrarigtc4lussot #ferraricollector #passioneferrari #ferrariphotopage #atelier #ferraripassion #ferrariracingdays #ferrariv12 #carswithoutlimits #carsofinstagram #carporn #cars #italiandesign @ferrari @ferrari_uk_ @corseclienti @meridienmodena
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Ferrari GTC4 Lusso: unpopular opinion, this car is not the easiest on the eyes in ”my” garage. However once you find out this car is offered in both n/a V12, AND a twin turbo V8. How great is that?!? Although the FF was ferrari’s first 2+2 the Lusso is the first GT car to get four wheel steering! But enough about the highlights, I would need this car in a dark color to slim it down a bit, and I would only get the V8 model. How about you? -
#Ferrari #gtc4lusso #carporn #dreamcars #cars #dreamgarage #fourseater #amazing #amazingcar #GT #sportscar #supercar #beautiful #italy #royalty #luxurylifestyle #socal #sunny
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Ferrari GTC4 Lusso: unpopular opinion, this car is not the easiest on the eyes in ”my” garage. However once you find out this car is offered in both n/a V12, AND a twin turbo V8. How great is that?!? Although the FF was ferrari’s first 2+2 the Lusso is the first GT car to get four wheel steering! But enough about the highlights, I would need this car in a dark color to slim it down a bit, and I would only get the V8 model. How about you? -
#Ferrari #gtc4lusso #carporn #dreamcars #cars #dreamgarage #fourseater #amazing #amazingcar #GT #sportscar #supercar #beautiful #italy #royalty #luxurylifestyle #socal #sunny
MYSTERIOUS FERRARI FXX K EVO PROTOTYPE SPIED ON TRACK?!?!
A mysterious Ferrari FXX K Evo prototype has been filmed testing at Fiorano and has left us scratching our heads. The video above depicts an incredibly-fast vehicle at Ferrari’s private racetrack. At times, the video appears to have been sped up but we’re still provided with a decent look at the vehicle’s exterior. Save for the light camouflage, there’s no identifiable differences between this prototype and the already-launched FXX K Evo. This could mean one of a few things. For starters, it is possible that this is an ordinary FXX K Evo that’s simply being tested before its lucky owner takes delivery. Alternatively, Ferrari could be covertly testing an uprated powertrain for the vehicle which could be introduced in the near future. Perhaps the wildest possibility is that it is an early prototype of a car Ferrari could eventually race at Le Mans. This is extremely unlikely, however. While Ferrari was involved in initial talks about the upcoming Le Mans hypercar class, it pulled out of discussions in August and appears unlikely to enter the series.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
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MYSTERIOUS FERRARI FXX K EVO PROTOTYPE SPIED ON TRACK?!?!
A mysterious Ferrari FXX K Evo prototype has been filmed testing at Fiorano and has left us scratching our heads. The video above depicts an incredibly-fast vehicle at Ferrari’s private racetrack. At times, the video appears to have been sped up but we’re still provided with a decent look at the vehicle’s exterior. Save for the light camouflage, there’s no identifiable differences between this prototype and the already-launched FXX K Evo. This could mean one of a few things. For starters, it is possible that this is an ordinary FXX K Evo that’s simply being tested before its lucky owner takes delivery. Alternatively, Ferrari could be covertly testing an uprated powertrain for the vehicle which could be introduced in the near future. Perhaps the wildest possibility is that it is an early prototype of a car Ferrari could eventually race at Le Mans. This is extremely unlikely, however. While Ferrari was involved in initial talks about the upcoming Le Mans hypercar class, it pulled out of discussions in August and appears unlikely to enter the series.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1 and Monza SP2.
Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. While the Monza SP1 is a single seater with a tonneau cover, the SP2 eschews the cover for a passenger’s seat. The changes don’t stop there as Ferrari has also fitted a small windscreen and a second roll bar hoop. Getting back to the windscreens for a second, Ferrari says they have developed and patented an innovative “Virtual Wind Shield” technology which is integrated into the fairing ahead of the instrument panel. While it doesn’t look like much, Ferrari says the virtual windscreen deviates enough air to maintain driving comfort. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.”
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
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The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1 and Monza SP2.
Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. While the Monza SP1 is a single seater with a tonneau cover, the SP2 eschews the cover for a passenger’s seat. The changes don’t stop there as Ferrari has also fitted a small windscreen and a second roll bar hoop. Getting back to the windscreens for a second, Ferrari says they have developed and patented an innovative “Virtual Wind Shield” technology which is integrated into the fairing ahead of the instrument panel. While it doesn’t look like much, Ferrari says the virtual windscreen deviates enough air to maintain driving comfort. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.”
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP2
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While the Monza SP1 is a single seater with a tonneau cover, the SP2 eschews the cover for a passenger’s seat. The changes don’t stop there as Ferrari has also fitted a small windscreen and a second roll bar hoop. Getting back to the windscreens for a second, Ferrari says they have developed and patented an innovative “Virtual Wind Shield” technology which is integrated into the fairing ahead of the instrument panel. While it doesn’t look like much, Ferrari says the virtual windscreen deviates enough air to maintain driving comfort. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
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The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP2
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While the Monza SP1 is a single seater with a tonneau cover, the SP2 eschews the cover for a passenger’s seat. The changes don’t stop there as Ferrari has also fitted a small windscreen and a second roll bar hoop. Getting back to the windscreens for a second, Ferrari says they have developed and patented an innovative “Virtual Wind Shield” technology which is integrated into the fairing ahead of the instrument panel. While it doesn’t look like much, Ferrari says the virtual windscreen deviates enough air to maintain driving comfort. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
📹: @Ferrari.Icona
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
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The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
📹: @Ferrari.Icona
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars
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The all-new 2019/2020 Ferrari Monza SP1
Following yesterday’s leak, Ferrari has officially taken the wraps off the new Monza SP1 and Monza SP2. Unveiled as part of the company’s Capital Markets Day event, the Monza models are “limited-edition special-series cars” that are the first in the brand’s new Icona line which was announced earlier today. As a result, they combine a 1950’s design with modern technology. In the case of the SP1 and SP2, Ferrari says the models draw inspiration from iconic racing barchettas such as the 1948 166 MM. While both cars feature a similar design, the Monza SP1 is billed as an “uncompromising” single seater that offers a “truly unique experience behind the wheel.” It’s hard to argue with that sentiment as the SP1 looks like nothing else on the road. At the front, the model has a carbon fiber front slitter which resides below a wide grille and protruding LED daytime running lights. Bigger changes occur further back as the windscreen has been removed and this promises to give owners a taste of the “blistering speed” that Formula 1 drivers experience. Further back, the models have been equipped with unique half-doors that open upwards. They provide access to a compact cabin which features a three-spoke steering wheel, special switchgear and plenty of exposed carbon fiber components. Ferrari was coy on additional details, but the Monzas have a 6.5-liter V12 that is the “most powerful engine Maranello has ever built.” It produces 799 hp and 530 lb-ft of torque. This enables the cars to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and 0-124 mph in 7.9 seconds. If the driver is brave enough, they can hit a top speed in excess of 186 mph.
#challengestradale #488pista #488pistaspider #ferrarif12berlinetta #ferrariclub #458italia #458speciale #488gtb #488spider #enzo #ferrarif12 #812superfast #f40 #ferrari #f430 #488gto #f12 #v12 #f50 #ferrarimonza #f12berlinetta #gtc4lusso #599gto #ferrariclub #458 #laferrari #599gtb #488 #612scaglietti #cars

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