2010 Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta News

Ferrari P540 Superfast Aperta - Used Car ValuesFerrari P540 Superfast Aperta - Used Car Values

The first vibration was held down in a very special Fiorano-off, Aperta superfast Ferrari P540, built for American customers. Mobil, the second in a special program for new projects created by Ferrari to meet the demands of the most demanding customers and collectors to create a pattern that is truly unique, based on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, and was inspired by a Ferrari-designed built Special Carrozzeria Fantuzzi Fellini film in 1968, Toby Dammit, one inspired by the story of Edgar Allan Poe.

Ferrari proud new owner of P540 superfast Aperta, Edward Watson, son of John Watson, founder of cable television, go to Ferrari in 2008 to produce a modern reinterpretation of the gold-colored car in the movie. “I always dreamed of designing a sports car,” Watson said, “and when I saw this movie will own decision: one day will be” my “Ferrari”.

In accordance with the Special Project approach for the production of individual one-off, Ferrari P540 superfast Aperta all aspects of existing international safety and requirements for approval and therefore legal. The car was designed by Pininfarina and built at Maranello, and the client directly involved in every stage of their development. When the car 599 GTB Fiorano coupe is a donor, spent a lot of efforts to strengthen the chassis using element analysis to the development and weight gain is maintained only by using 20 kg of carbon fiber extensively. From initial sketch to the final, street legal car only 14 months.

Because the customer to take delivery of the car at Fiorano understand their enthusiasm: “This is the most special Christmas gift in my life.”

Curiosity

This special color Aperta superfast Ferrari P540 inspired by the movie “Toby Dammit”, one of three events in the film “Histoires Extraordinaires” made in 1968 based on the stories of Edgar Allan Poe.

“Toby Dammit”, the third of three episodes, directed by Federico Fellini, with Terence Stamp and Salvo Randone Milena Vukotic, based on the story “The Devil Do not ever bet your head.”

Two other episodes, “Metzengerstein” and “William Wilson”, directed by Roger Vadim and Louis Malle.

Technical specifications

  • Length: 4731 mm
  • Width: 1954 mm
  • Height: 1300 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2750 mm
  • Front track: 1690 mm
  • Rear track: 1620 mm
  • Engine
    • Type: 65° V12
    • Displacement: 5999 cc
    • Maximum power: 456 kW (620 CV) at 7600 rpm
    • Maximum torque: 608 Nm (62 kgm) at 5600 rpm
  • Transmission: F1 6-speed gearbox
  • Tyres
    • Front: 245/35 20″
    • Rear: 305/35 20″
  • Fuel consumption
    • Combined cycle: 17.9 l/100 km
    • CO2 emissions: 415 g/km

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