Ferrari 599 HGTE China Limited Edition

It looks like everyone is going for the Chinese market, and everyone wants a piece of it, now so does Ferrari. They have done a Ferrari tour across China with a few 599s and now they have came up with the Limited Edition 599 HGTE which has a special look to it, and I think the exterior looks pretty good.

Based on the 599 GTB Fiorano with the company’s new Handling GTE package, the China Limited Edition has been updated with special touches designed by Chinese artist Lu Hao: the starter button glows jade green, the tachometer features ancient Chinese characters instead of the usual numerals, and the luggage is emblazoned with a map of the Silk Road taken by the famous Italian explorer Marco Polo. The Rosso Fuoco paintjob with the gray roof mimics the 599XX, and only a dozen examples will be made – with over a billion people in the market, we’re betting they’ll be snapped up fast. Check it out in the high-res image gallery below.

Link: Autoblog

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4 Comments

  1. I loved the tachometer in Chinese numerals, it doesn’t look as good as Western Arabic numerals but i like the idea… i keep trying to imagine it in Eastern Arabic numerals and wonder if it will look good?

  2. Love the RPM gauge! And the bag too!

    Bumo: I think it could look really cool in Arabic

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