The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is a 2 door coupe by Ferrari and it used to be Ferrari’s flagship model until it got superseded by the F12 Berlinetta. The name Fiorano comes from Ferrari’s famous race track that is being used to develop and optimise the driving habits of their cars. Traditionally the 599 has a naturally aspirated V12 built in the front of the car. This engine is based on the one in the legendary Enzo Ferrari and has a power of 620PS, making it the strongest production Ferrari they have built up that point. It tops out at around 330 km/h and hits 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, so it boasts impressive sprint times. Evo and Top Gear Magazine ended up naming the 599 GTB as Car of the Year and Supercar of the Year for 2006, respectively.
Later Ferrari also offered a package for the 599 GTB called HGTE (Handling Gran Turismo Evoluzione) that improved the handling, even more, using a new suspension setup, more carbon fibre parts around the exterior and interior, new 20 inch wheels, reworked electronics, an anti-roll bar and a reworked exhaust system.