This one-off Ferrari 575 GTZ is one of the few Ferrari models Zagato has clothed over the years. The 575 GTZ is based on the 575 Maranello and was ordered by a prominent Japanese collector in 2005 to celebrate the model’s 50th anniversary. There was only one model offered for private purchase and no other examples will ever be built again, so this might be the only chance for you to own one. That is, of course, if you have 1.5 million Euros (about $1,950,000 at the current exchange rates) in your pocket.

The 575 GTZ Zagato was built entirely from aluminum and features design cues taken from the 250GT Zagato Coupe, including the trademark ’double bubble’ roof, prominent front and rear fenders, and the big grille. And while the exterior looks amazing, we really do not understand why Zagato opted for that interior color combination.

Under the hood, there is a 5.7 liter V12 engine that delivers a total of 508 HP and sprints the car to an impressive top speed of 203 mph.


Source: CarBuzz

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  (798) posted on 01.4.2012

Wow! This Zagato surely cost a fortune. I guess only few would be interested on this car, in terms of money of course. But whoever that will own this car is a lucky person.

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