The past few days have been a whirlwind as far as the soon-to-be-unveiled Ferrari 599 GTO is concerned.

A few days ago, we found a spy video of the car doing some test laps around the Nurburgring. Then yesterday, the first “official” photos of the car were revealed – and that’s not even counting those other spy shots of the 599 GTO that surfaced a few weeks ago.

Today, Autogespot found the motherload. Well, not exactly the motherload because that would have to be the 599 itself, which will only be revealed on April 7. But what we do have is something of equal importance for fans of the car: the price list for the Ferrari 599 GTO.

According to Autogespot, the car will be sold at € 319,495 – around $ 426,243 – and will come with a list of accessories including four points seatbelts, a rear bench luggage set, brake calipers in numerous colors, carbon fiber front spoiler, dashboard with carbon fiber accents and racing stripes.

For an optional package, you can avail a matching steering wheel that compliments the car’s color, those unmistakable GTO stripes and the choice for the color setup from the 50’s and 60’s GTO range.

Check out the complete price list and see just how far you’ll set yourself back when you buy one of these bad boys.


Source: Autogespot

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  (341) posted on 03.28.2010

Well, it wouldn’t really matter on how much it will have for its price tag cause it automatically means “I can’t afford it”. Well, only the rich and famous can afford to have such car and dreaming about having one is more than enough for me. Its too expensive to buy and still too expensive to maintain after buying it as surely the services for this car is not that cheap as well.

  (512) posted on 03.26.2010

alex_black – I agree. I think someone inside the company leak it’s estimated price. oh well i guess he was paid well to leak the 599’s price.

  (364) posted on 03.25.2010

Well, of course, What do you expect but at least the buyer or those who are interested with the 599 will have the idea on how much dollars are they needed to save in to have one.

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