A very rare Ferrari 599 SA Aperta is to be auctioned by Bonhams at its Zoute Sale auction. This is one of just 80 examples ever made by the Italian sports carmaker.
The SA Aperta is basically a convertible model of the 599, introduced back in 2010 at the Paris Motor Show, to honour Sergio Pininfarina and Andrea Pininfarina.
Powering the car was the faster, more performance tweaked engine from the 599 GTO, that produces 670 PS and 620 Nm of peak torque that helped the car reach 100 km/h from a standstill in 3.6 seconds and go all the way to reach a top speed of 325 km/h.
This fine example finished in red, has clocked only 4,786 km and has a touch of very highly detailed custom elements in the car. The trim pieces, knobs and the paddle shifters are finished in piano black, rather than the standard aluminium finish.
The cabin is finished in black leather with red piping and contrasting red stitches. The rev gauge and the Cavallino badges on the seats are finished in white.
On the outside, this 599 SA Aperta has Scuderia Shields on the front wheel arches, window frame, wing mirrors and rear pillars finished in matte grey and red brake callipers under its silver five-spoke wheels.
So coming to the price. It is estimated to sell for between 800,000 and 1.2 million euros.