Succeeding the 575M Maranello, the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano was first shown at the Geneva Motor show in 2006. It brought along with it a slew of firsts in the Ferrari design playbook. It was the first Ferrari GT to benefit from the increased rigidity and lower weight of an all aluminum chassis, and it was also the first to introduce Ferrari’s new traction control system, F1-Trac. With a unique body that features sail panels flanking the rear windows, the 599 GTB has an unmistakable profile that maximizes air flow to its rear nolder for optimized aerodynamic efficiency. Named after its astoundingly powerful front engined 6.0 L (5,999cc) Tipo F140 C V12, the GTB led the pack as Ferrari’s most potent vehicle for some time. Interestingly, the 599’s fuel tank is located at its rear in a mid mounted position for optimum weight distribution. Between the “flying buttress” styled sail panels and its awkwardly placed fuel tank, the Ferrari 599 GTB has no shortage of quirks to impress car enthusiasts. This chassis number 170759 comes enhanced with over $97,000 in total options, including over $30,000 in special features. Altogether, this brings the 170759’s total MSRP to an exorbitant $417,062. It’s one of the highest priced 599 GTBs ever made. Special features include carbon fiber foot paddles, carbon fiber engine covers, electric seating, suede inserts, scuderia shields, a Bose HiFi system, and yellow Ferrari calipers. But that’s not all. This 599 GTB is also fitted with an exuberant paint to sample Rossa 2007 Formula 1 paint, the exact international racing motor color of cars entered by teams from Italy. The 170759’s HGTE improved handling package is the cherry on top, providing a retuned suspension that includes 15% stiffer springs, a thicker rear anti-roll bar, retuned adjustable shocks, and wider front wheels. Additionally, the car sits 0.4 inches lower than regular GTB’s, features a retuned exhaust note, and comes with super sticky Pirelli P Zero rubber. Needless to say, the 170759 is more monster than machine. It will take a skilled motorist to tame this beast. Specs: 6.0 L Tipo F140 C V12 engine, F1 Superfast 6-speed automated manual paddle-shift transmission, Aluminum chassis, Scuderia shields, Carbon fiber foot paddles, Carbon fiber dashboard, Carbon fiber engine covers, Leather trimmed interior with red stitching and suede inserts, Yellow Ferrari calipers, Rossa 2007 Formula 1 Paint, HGTE package, Full electric seats, Bose HiFi system.