2008 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti One-to-One Program review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 22 March 2008 , 08:03:47 byVeronica

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Ferrari 612 Scaglietti One-to-One Program

Ferrari with its entire GT range and more will participate at the 78th International Geneva Show which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, and a special area dedicated to One-to-One Program. One of the highlights at the event is the 612 Scaglietti. All units will be built in a dedicated assembly area at the Maranello factory. The model incorporates a series of technical evolutions that reflect the Ferrari philosophy of constantly introducing innovations in each model. The V12 flagship now boasts an electro chromic panoramic roof which covers the entire top of the cabin. It is made from electro chromic glass which can be changed at the touch of a button to adjust the levels of sunlight allowed into the cabin. The engine of the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is a V12 capable of developing 540 horsepower. This output enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.0 seconds. To transfer the power to the wheels, the engineers have fitted a 6-speed, F1-type featuring new SuperFast technology. The model received carbon-ceramic material Brembo brakes with vented discs that are fade and vibration-resistant even in extreme and intensive situations. The new model Ferrari has prepared is the top of the range and in line with its elegant, exclusive image. Founded in 2006, Ferrari Financial Services is made up of three legal companies. Ferrari Financial Services SpA is the Italian mother company and directly manages the Italian market. In 2007, it achieved 27% market penetration on the seven markets on which it operates. FFS offers a choice of four different financial packages to suit the various categories of car covered. Each package includes a range of options from financing for more traditional services to ultra-exclusive driving courses certified by the current Scuderia Ferrari drivers. With 270 road cars delivered there in 2007, Switzerland is the seventh largest market for Ferrari, after the US and more.