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By Cars.com Staff
March 4, 2009
Vehicle Overview The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano borrows its name from the test track where Ferrari tests both its road cars and Formula One racers, and it's designed to bring F1 to the streets.
New for 2009 There are no significant changes for 2009.
Exterior The long hood and short rear deck call to mind the 1971 Ferrari 365 GTC4 — called the Daytona by many. With its sweeping curves, air ducts galore and round taillamps, it's likely one would identify the 599 GTB Fiorano as a Ferrari even without the chrome prancing horse on the hood. It is unfortunate, however, that the headlights bring to mind the narrow, long design that Infiniti has been using for some years.
23 exterior colors
19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels
Dual chrome exhaust
Bi-xenon HID headlamps
Interior The two-seat 599 GTB Fiorano will let drivers believe they're F1 racers if they wish, but they won't feel as if they're strapped into a Spartan racetrack beast. The seats have huge bolsters and cutouts for a four-point racing harness.
13 available interior colors
Leather-wrapped seats, dash and steering wheel
Alcantara simulated suede headliner
Aluminum trim and shifter knob
Power locks, windows and keyless entry
Optional navigation system
Optional carbon fiber trim
Optional 11-speaker Bose stereo
Under the Hood Ferrari calls the 599 GTB Fiorano a front-mid-engine design, meaning the engine is mounted farther back in the chassis than it would be in a pure front-engine car. Still, the engine is accessed from a front hood. The 599 GTB Fiorano can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds.
The vehicle dynamic control system lets drivers choose which setting they want for the suspension, traction control and gearbox.
12-horsepower, 6.0-liter V-12 with 448 pounds-feet of torque
Six-speed manual transmission
Available six-speed automatic transmission with steering-wheel-mounted controls
Magnetic fluid-filled adaptive suspension
Speed-sensitive hydraulic steering
Available run-flat performance tires
Safety The F1-Trac system monitors the speed of the front and rear wheels, predicts the maximum amount of grip and reacts accordingly. Ferrari says the system increases acceleration by 20 percent over traditional traction and stability control systems, and the magnetic-fluid suspension is designed to reduce body roll and give the driver greater control.
Electronic stability control
F1-trac traction control system
Available spare tire
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