Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
It doesn't get much better than the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. It's got the engine from the Enzo supercar in a package more suited towards everyday driving and is widely regarded as one of the most dynamic vehicles on the road. But Ferrari didn't get where it is today by sitting on their fine-leather laurels, and with that in mind the Italian sportscar company and racing team released a new package for the 599 called the Handling GT Evoluzione.
The tuned suspension on the 599 HGTE features stiffer springs, beefed-up roll bars and retuned magnetic viscosity shock absorbers, resulting in a lower ride height, complemented by new 20-inch split-five-spoke modular wheels wrapped in new tires. The advanced F1-derived transmission has also been updated, as has the exhaust system, while inside the cabin has been revised with leather, Alcantara suede and carbon fiber. No word on pricing, but considering that the existing 599 retails for over $300k, this is definately one of those "if you have to ask..." moments.
Gallery: Geneva 2009: Ferrari 599 HGTE