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Ferrari 599 Spider Rendering


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Rumors of a Spider version for the Ferrari 599 date back to a couple of years ago, but no real data had been conjured up and the story just seemed to lack the necessary substance to keep it going. That is, until recently, when the 599 roadster was spotted testing in Maranello. Now, it seems that Ferrari will be debuting the Ferrari 599 Spider at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in August and MotorAuthority has deemed it necessary to provide a computer generated rendering of the wind blowing convertible. Can you blame them? They are probably as excited as we are.

The Ferrari 599 Spider will be offered in limited numbers as was the 575 Superamerica launched in 2005. It will feature a folding-metal roof and will most likely carry a V12 engine developing an extra 25 HP in order to counteract its extra weight. The result of this engine will be a total of 670 HP at 8250 rpm with a maximum torque of 620 Nm at 6500 rpm as performed in the 2011 Ferrari 599 GTO.



11 comments:

Well, with the heavy roof top of Spyder version, the speed performance of the car was affected. However, I was impressed with the deliver power here.

I thought this car is going to be the successor of Ferrari 458 Italia. However, it’s a great thing that they have offer a newer version for this car. The speed performance is impressive!

Well, Spider version would be a basis on how successful is its production. No wonder for this car for rumored have said that this car would be the successor of the Italia though I’m afraid that it would not happen so soon.

Wow! The aesthetic of this car seems similar with the Ferrari 458 Italia. And recently,
I have heard a rumored that this car would its successor. Now, I’m wondering if they are going to kill the production of the Italia.

I am confused on where did they get the ’599’ thing?

That’s very unlikely. The 575M Super America didn’t, and this has been described as a version of the 599, rather than something based on it. I would like to see a new design for a front-engined Ferrari though...

That’s very unlikely. The 575M SuperAmerica didn’t, and this has been described as a version of the 599, rather than something based on it. I would like to see a new design for a front-engined Ferrari though.

That’s very unlikely. The 575M SuperAmerica didn’t, and this has been described as a version of the 599, rather than something based on it. I would like to see a new design for a front-engined Ferrari though...

Well, the latest computer-generated rendering really gives us a good impression of what the car will look like with its roof down.

Looks kinda smaller than a regular 599. Are they also building a smaller sports cars as the mini, porsche and Volks?

Ferrari make sure their adjustments are well balanced and perfect.

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