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    4 000 mi / 6 438 km
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- Only 4,000 miles from new! - Beautifully presented in Grigio Titanio with Cuoio interior - Ferrari’s homage to coachbuilder Scaglietti and replacement for the 456 - Designed by Ken Okuyama and Frank Stephenson of Pininfarina In 2004, Ferrari’s line-up was, with exception to the Enzo, looking a little dated with each car in their range all coming from the 1990s. And the oldest category car which needed to be replaced was the 2+2 which meant replacing the Ferrari 456 which had been in production since 1992. And so, Ferrari set this considerable task to Japanese Pininfarina designer, Ken Okuyama who had already paved the way for a new millennium of Ferrari products with the Enzo and the design language that came with it. In 2004, Ferrari launched the elegant, sleek and sophisticated 612 Scaglietti, named proudly after the former design house responsible for some of Ferrari’s most iconic models of the Golden Age. Mr Okuyama did a fine job indeed. Whilst the 612 was definitively modern in its styling, it also paid homage to classical Ferrari proportions from the 50s and in the subtle side scallops and headlight design, giving a nod to the stunning Ferrari 375MM commissioned by Roberto Rossellini for his Hollywood icon wife, Ingrid Bergman. Despite the classic elegance, the 612 was no dinosaur, being the second all aluminium Ferrari model and under its long swooping bonnet, cradled a 5.7 litre, 533 horsepower V12 that pushed the 612 to still impressive figures of a top speed of 199 mph and reaching 62 mph in just 4 seconds, numbers which still bring a trickle of sweat to modern counterparts and rivals. 612 bodies were produced in the former Scaglietti plant (a further tribute to its glorious namesake) in Modena before transport and completion at the main Ferrari factory in Maranello. Production lasted from 2004 to 2011 and in this time, a mere 3,025 were produced making the Scaglietti a rare beast indeed though, from 2008, their exclusivity only increased further. In 2007, the Scaglietti now featured a new SuperFast robotic (F1) 6-speed semi-automatic transmission, transforming the car for the better and thoroughly modernising the already impressive driving experience. This Scaglietti is presented in a mesmerising colour combination of Grigio Titanio with Cuoio. We are delighted a car that could’ve roared out of Maranello only yesterday, having covered a mere, conscientious 4,000 miles hence the car is in such a beautiful state today. Now available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call 0208 878 33 55 to book an appointment. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the above information but errors may occur. Please check with a salesperson.

DD Classics
97-101 North Road
United Kingdom
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