Grigio Silverstone metalic
The first all-aluminium front-engined Ferrari, with the engine fully behind the front axle, and the debut of the F1A semi-automatic gearbox. The 612 Scaglietti’s engine is an evolution of that found in the two-seater 575M Maranello. Changes to the exhaust system, cylinder head inlets and manifolds give the car a 25hp boost over the 575M though, delivering a remarkable 540hp, with a top speed nudging 200mph. Inside, the Scaglietti has luxurious accommodation for four people, trimmed in the best full-grain leather with contrasting aluminium accents for the switchgear, dashboard trim, drilled pedals and gearbox paddles. Delivered new to the UK in October 2007 this 612 is presented in its original Grigio Silverstone Metallic paintwork and is equipped with the HGTC Package. This package comprises; Carbon-Ceramic Brake Discs, CCM System Monoblock Red Brake Calipers, Sports Exhaust, Ball-polished Modular Wheel Rims 19”, Upgraded Suspension Control ECU and Revised F1 Gearbox Software with Shorter Gear Shift times. This is a truly superb example of the model with Tan electric Daytona seats with Nero stitching, extended hide headlining and rear parcel shelf. Scuderia Ferrari shields, satellite navigation, NavTrak, front and rear parking sensors, Cruise Control, Bose Hifi, Yellow rev counter. The car has been superbly maintained from new and has magnificent service history with 9 dealer service stamps recorded in its original service booklet. 08.10.08 Maranello 6250 service @ 5390 12.10.09 Maranello Annual service @ 12719 05.11.10 Maranello 18750 service @ 16864 25.10.11 Maranello Annual service @ 18092 27.09.13 Joe Macari Annual + Cam bet service @ 20954 08.03.14 Ferrari Centre replacement alarm siren @ 21369 26.09.14 Ferrari Centre Annual service @ 25275 30.09.15 Ferrari Centre 31250 service @ 30227 08.07.16 Ferrari Centre Annual service @ 33538 For more information about this Ferrari 612 Scaglietti F1, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555.
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.