Green Ferrari collection put up for saleDecember 1, 2020
Cars can be bought individually or together
The family-owned Niki Hasler AG, based in Basel, Switzerland, mainly specializes in the sale of Ferrari models. And now the dealer has a unique offer: a quartet of Italian supercars, each painted green combined with a brown leather interior.
Cars are sold individually, and not in one “lot”, as was the case, say, with the Alfa Romeo B.A.T. 5, 7 and 9. The “collection” can include the Ferrari 599 GTO, F12 tdf, 599 SA Aperta and Portofino. Supercars complement each other well, as they are painted in green Verde Inglese, or Verde British Racing, which is combined with brown leather upholstery.
The most interesting of the cars is the Ferrari 599 SA Aperta. In honor of the anniversary of the Pininfarina studio, only 80 such roadsters were produced. The supercar is powered by an atmospheric V12 6.0 with 680 horsepower and 620 Nm of torque, combined with a six-speed sequential gearbox. The price of the 599 SA Aperta is unknown, but the closed variant, the 599 GTO, is priced at 720,000 CHF
The Ferrari F12 tdf is even more expensive – 1,050,000 Swiss francs. Under the hood of the berlinetta, a V12 6.3 is installed with 780 forces and 708 Nm of torque. The Tour de France version is 110 kilograms lighter than the usual F12berlinetta and accelerates to 100 in 2.9 seconds. The circulation is 799 copies.
The Ferrari Portofino Roadster, which was updated this year, is equipped with a 3.9 biturbo-eight (600 hp and 760 Nm) – this unit has won the International Engine of the Year award four times. From zero to one hundred kilometers per hour, a supercar with a seven-speed “robot” accelerates in 3.5 seconds, and its maximum speed exceeds 320 kilometers per hour. The seller is ready to provide the price upon request.
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