At its launch in 2004, the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti was one of the few 2+2 sports cars for sale. That was very special for the time, a V12 for 4 people. The car was drawn by Ferrari's trusted design studio Pininfarina, almost always at the heart of the design of a new Ferrari. The name Scgalietti honors the connection between Ferrari and coachbuilder Scaglietti.
The 612 is powered by a 5.7-liter V12. 540 HP with a max speed 320 km/h. The car was once listed for over 300,000 euros. This particular model is completely unique as it is a One-to-One version, the car was completely custom designed by the first owner. So the special features are distinctive: Diamond stitching in the sport seats, an electromagnetic roof (very cool), double-plate clutch that shifts much more smoothly than the "standard" 612. Options also include a Manettino on the steering wheel for driving modes, ceramic brakes and chrome rims. In short; this car has it all. The paint is Blu Scozia, which makes it a very pleasant appearance; not showy, but striking.
Combined with the very, very low mileage and the V12 with no turbos, this is a car to keep an eye on. These types may yet go up hard in value, given future plans for bandage engines.
Of course, the full service history is present and the car is damage free. Maintenance has preserved the car well and we think you will not find a nicer 612 with this mileage in Europe. In short; well worth seeing (and driving)!