Now it's getting particularly exclusive! On the auction platform RM Sotheby's there will soon be an ultra-rare one Ferrari 599 GTZ Nibbio Spyder Zagato to be auctioned. A vehicle from 2009 (VIN: ZFFFD60B000165830) Zagato's only in 2020 rebuilt has been. The auction starts on 13. February and there is a high probability that the specimen will not be sold for under $ 1 million change hands. Because as early as 2018 there was a GTZ Nibbio Spyder, which for unbelievable $ 1,49 million was auctioned. Back then, however, it was a Single copy with manual transmission. Ferrari only had manual 599 GTBs with the classic open shift gate built exactly 30 times and, as far as we know, Zagato made a conversion based on a handset not again.
Ferrari 599 GTZ Nibbio Spyder Zagato
The current vehicle has the automated one F1 six-speed gearbox and of course the spectacular 599 GTZ Nibbio Spyder optics. Overall, as far as we know, only nine 599 GTZ Nibbio Coupés were created. In addition, Zagato built six open Spyder variants. But what does 'Nibbio' actually mean? This is a type of Milan that occurs in Italy. It is described in Italian dictionaries as follows: Extremely fast, beautiful and particularly agile, including an unmistakable bottom. Actually, everything about the design of the Zagato Ferrari 599 GTZ Nibbio Spyder has already been said. However, one shouldn't just talk about the stern. Also the front well done. Even if, due to the eye-catching radiator grille, it initially reminds of a more recent Aston Martin, and not a Ferrari. But the design with that oval, barred air inlet should be reminiscent of the design language of various Ferrari racing vehicles from the 1950s and 60s.
The side shows up with two additional air intakes in specially emphasized areas and generally remained from the 599 GTB nothing except the Windshield left. Even the headlights are new. The side air outlets go into one curved belt line Above and particularly noticeable are those completely in the idle state white taillights. They are deliberately installed above the actual rear end, which extends as a three-dimensional edge across the width of the Nibbio. The interior has a matching silver-gray paint black leather interior with brightly contrasted seams. There is a real difference to the donor vehicle here, in contrast to the look on the outside can not be . The new leather covers have an embroidered Zagato logo in the headrests and that's it. Incidentally, Zagato assembled a tight-fitting one for rainy weather soft top.
V12 naturally aspirated engine with 620 PS & 608 NM
And under the hood? There sits the standard six-liter V12 naturally aspirated with 456 kW / PS 620 and 608 Newton meters Torque. It also accelerates without tuning the athlete in only 3,7 seconds to 100 km / h and allows approx. 330 km / h top speed. And as already mentioned, you switch with the 'F1 Superfast Transmission'that at the time still with Michael Schumacher was jointly developed. Gear changes only take place after actuating the corresponding rocker on the steering wheel 0,1 seconds. If we get more information about this particular copy from RM Sotheby's, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply do ours Feed subscribed. In the following video you can see converted coupe, Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
Photo / s: RM Sotheby's
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Rare Ferrari 599 GTZ Nibbio Spyder Zagato for sale!
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