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Old 07-19-2006, 11:17 PM
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So.. I havne't been up to car recently, but I figure I'd better get back in.

So, heres the new ferrari that's supposed to come out. With design help by Pininfarina (they have been partnered for a while)..

The P4/5 -

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In the first sixty years of the 20th century, the many Italian ‘Carrozzerias’ specialized in designing and building custom bodies for the world’s finest chassis. After the Second World War, even the most exclusive manufacturers started series production. Gradually the likes of Pininfarina and Bertone changed their business as coachbuilders to design consultants for manufacturers. Production of low volume models like convertibles are frequently outsourced to these Carrozzerias as well. The most exciting work for the design houses became the design and construction of one-off show cars, which are usually a good sign of future styling directions. Fortunately, the art of custom coachbuilding was not entirely lost as the demands of the richest enthusiasts are regularly catered for. Italy’s Pininfarina has a special department set up for these custom requests and in the past decades did a lot of work for the brother of the Sultan of Brunei. Sadly all this work was done in secrecy and few of these creations were ever seen in public. Earlier this year American collector Peter Kalikow and Pininfarina took the wraps of the highly customized Ferrari 612 Kappa, showcasing the company’s capabilities very well. Long before this unveiling, fellow American James Glickenhaus dropped off his 1967 Ferrari 330 P3/4 and a Ferrari Enzo with the request of combining the P3/4’s styling with the Enzo’s mechanicals; the best of both worlds.

In the following months, he traveled to Turin many times to supervise the design process to make sure everything complied with his wishes. Already at the cutting edge, the Enzo mechanicals needed no work, but every body panel and most of the interior was discarded. To make sure the custom creation worked as well as it looked, a full size plastic wind tunnel model was constructed and fitted on the Enzo chassis for extensive wind tunnel testing. At around this time (January 2006), Glickenhaus revealed the first details of his project on a variety of web forums. The story was quickly picked up by the mainstream media and many artist impressions of a ‘modern 330 P3/4’ appeared. None of them came close to the car taking shape at Pininfarina, but Glickenhaus managed to keep any real drawings and pictures from the public eye. Just a few days before the prospected release, in the second half of July, images from an upcoming article were scanned and leaked. One of the first things revealed was the cars new name; Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina. Yes, Ferrari gave their full permission to use the name and badges for this one-off and even offered to give technical support. This could very well have been the result of Ferrari liking what they saw and Glickenhaus’ expressed desire to use the design and name strictly for a one-off.

A combination of Glickenhaus’ design ideas and wind tunnel work resulted in a car that can only be described as a modern interpretation of the Ferrari 330 P3/4. Where Pininfarina’s Enzo design is very angular, the new shape penned down for the P4/5 has classic round shapes. This by no means compromised the performance with the wind tunnel tests showing lower drag figures with similar downforce figures compared to the ‘function over form’ Enzo. The active underbody aerodynamics of the Enzo were retained. The obvious design cues taken over from the Ferrari P3/4 are the fenders, air-intakes and ducktail. An addition to the design theme is the high location of the exhaust pipes, previously only seen on Formula 1 racers. The interior also received the ‘Glickenhaus touch’ with a Ipod Nano stereo, world wide GPS, on board gas generation fire system, improved AC-system, full roll cage and exposed carbon fibre throughout. Of course the seats are fully custom made covered in bespoke fabric. Despite all these changes, Pininfarina’s engineers have managed to shave almost 200 kg off the Enzo’s weight with the P4/5 weighing in at 1200 kg. So recapping Glickenhaus efforts have resulted in a better looking, more efficient and lighter version of the Enzo.

Pictured above is the full size Eppa wood styling model constructed in December 2005. The three photographs are supplied by James Glickenhaus, the last three are sections of the same photos. The finished product differs in detail with a rounder nose and slightly different headlights. In July 2006 the P4/5 was completed, although still in primer, and the happy owner could take it out on the Autostrada for the first time. One of his thoughts after the brief test drive was: ''P4/5 pulls away and vanishes into the distance like an F 16 launching from a carrier deck.'' On July 29th Pininfarina will release the first pictures of the completed and painted Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina. The official release of the car will be at the eve of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in August 2006. WM

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Country of origin Italy
Produced in 2006
Numbers built one-off
Body design Pininfarina in conjunction with James Glickenhaus
Weight 1200 kilo / 2645.5 lbs
Drivetrain
Engine F140 65º V 12
Engine Location Mid , longitudinally mounted
Displacement 5.998 liter / 366 cu in
Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
Fuel feed Bosch Motronic ME7 Fuel injection
Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
Gearbox Paddle operated 6 speed Sequential
Drive Rear wheel drive
Performance figures
Power 660 bhp / 492 KW @ 7800 rpm
Torque 657 Nm / 485 ft lbs @ 5500 rpm
BHP/Liter 110 bhp / liter
Power to weight ratio 0.55 bhp / kg
Top Speed N/A
0-60 mph Acceleration N/A

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Old 07-19-2006, 11:23 PM
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Old 07-19-2006, 11:24 PM
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ew. i dont like the looks at all. its too... space agey looking? i cant put my finger on it, but i hope it grows on me like the scagletti.

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Old 07-19-2006, 11:31 PM
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Here's another that looks similar to the 612 Scageletti,

the 599 GTB Fiorino


The Story:

Fiorano after the circuit Ferrari uses to hone the performance of its track and road cars; GTB as in Gran Turismo Berlinetta after the most famous Ferrari berlinettas ever built; and 599 to reflect the displacement of its V12 engine divided by 10. The stunning new all-aluminium two-seater that Ferrari is unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show is summed up rather succinctly by its own name and delivers everything that this promises. The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, in fact, sets a new benchmark of excellence in the sports car world. This new model was designed with several specific objectives in mind: to surpass the intense driving pleasure of such renowned models as the F40, to guarantee stunning performance courtesy of its highly innovative content and technology transfers from the F1 single-seaters, and to deliver superior standards of roominess, comfort, ergonomics and safety. The result is the absolute pinnacle of achievement in terms of thoroughbred Ferrari sportiness and technology. The new Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in an astonishing 3.7 seconds and boasts a top speed in excess of 330 km/h. However, it is still the new model's uniquely innovative content that guarantees superior driving pleasure, handling and sportiness.

The technical specification of the engine speaks for itself: 5999 cm3 displacement, a specific power output of 103 hp/litre (a first for a naturally aspirated production engine of this displacement). Twin overhead camshafts per cylinder bank boast continuously variable timing on both inlet and exhaust cams to optimise torque delivery and drivability at both low and high revs. A twin-plate, low inertia clutch in unit with the engine also helps lower the centre of gravity. Chain driven distribution reduces noise and is maintenance-free. The Fiorano's engine delivers a maximum torque of 608 Nm at 5,600 rpm and means that the car pulls well at all engine speeds. The new model's breathtaking sportiness is due in part to record maximum revs for an engine of this displacement (apart from the Enzo). Its maximum power output is 620 hp at 7,600 rpm with a maximum engine speed of 8,400 rpm. Particular attention was also paid to fuel consumption which is the same as in the previous model, under similar use, despite a significant leap in performance. Development work for the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano also focused specifically on the distinctive sound the engine makes, reducing mechanical resonance in favour of a pure V12 soundtrack from both the intake manifold and the exhaust system. This not only enhances driving pleasure but makes for a quieter ride inside the cabin itself.

The new generation F1 gearbox that debuts on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is a further development of the F1 gearbox used on all of the models in the Ferrari range. The F1-SuperFast system enhances the car's high-performance capabilities by using the elastic energy within the transmission components, together with the integrated electronic engine and gearbox management programmes, to speed up gear change times. The various stages involved in changing the gears are implemented in parallel (non-sequentially) and this results in exceptionally fast gear shifting. In fact, it cuts overall gear-shift times to just 100 ms. The system is integrated with the manettino and the driver is still free to choose between either the Automatic mode or the Launch Control setting which offers smoother starts from standstill.

The experience built up over thousands of kilometres of Formula 1 testing and racing by Ferrari's drivers is now being made available to ensure clients have access to cutting-edge road-holding, safety and stability. The system continually monitors the speed of both front and rear wheels and features predictive software that estimates the maximum available grip in advance, compares this information with the vehicle dynamics model stored in the control system, and adjusts its reactions to suit, optimising traction by modulating power delivery. The result is easier, smoother high-performance driving, thanks to maximum grip out of bends (a 20% increase in acceleration compared to a traditional traction and stability control system) and predictable handling even in extreme situations. The F1-Trac is integrated with the manettino which adapts the car's behaviour to the driving conditions: the Sport setting provides the best balance between stability and performance on the road while Race ensures clients maximum performance combined with consistently brilliant handling. The F1-Trac system is another world first for Ferrari.

Unlike traditional oleodynamic systems, magnetorheological (MR) fluid suspension systems react instantly to road conditions and driver inputs, thanks to the fact that the dampers use a fluid the viscosity of which is modified by applying an electronically controlled magnetic field. What this means in practice is greatly improved body control which in turn directly improves handling and road-holding thanks to optimal tyre grip in all road conditions. The result is a much safer and more enjoyable driving experience courtesy of reduced roll and greater control when accelerating, braking and cornering. This is the very first time the SCM (Magnetorheological Suspension Control) suspension has been used on a high performance sports car.

The steering wheel-mounted manettino vehicle dynamics control switch, originally developed for the 1996 Formula 1 season, has been taken a step further for the new Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. The manettino integrates the stability and F1-Trac traction control systems, the F1-SuperFast gearbox and the SCM (Magnetorheological Suspension Control) fluid suspension. This means that the driver can select the correct setting for the grip conditions at any given time. The manettino's readouts are displayed on the new on-board Multi Display unit so that the information important to each specific setting is instantly available to the driver (e.g. lap times, tyre temperature and pressure or trip computer readouts.)
Lengthy testing in the wind tunnel at Ferrari plus various simulations have yielded exceptional results in terms of both downforce and drag. The optimisation of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano's underbody, the rear diffuser and flying buttresses have resulted in an aerodynamic load of just 160 kg at 300 km/h. Similarly, the Cd - drag coefficient - is just 0.336.

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano is a strikingly sculptural car. The design is so supple, in fact, that each new angle brings something new to light. Its forms say it all about its extreme sportiness yet still retain a unique sophistication. A balance has been struck in the interior between the car's sporty vocation and the feeling of intimacy and safety that only skilled hand-crafting and detailed personalisation can achieve. The passenger areas of the car are trimmed in sumptuous leather while the driver area and controls boast more high-tech detailing in carbon-fibre and aluminium. In addition to the steering wheel and manettino, the central rev counter with a choice of red or yellow background and solid aluminium passenger controls, the new Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano also boasts attractive new styling cues including a central grip to provide extra support for the passenger and new adaptive racing seats featuring carbon-fibre side rests. Other standard accessories include front bi-xenon headlamps and rear LED lights, dusk and rain sensors, dual-zone climate control, electrically adjustable steering-wheel column, hideaway radio/CD player and key with integrated volumetric anti-theft device with motion sensors.

The Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano also benefits from an already vast choice of personalisation options available for every Ferrari model. Four areas are covered by this programme: Racing and Track, Exteriors and Colours, Interior and Materials, Equipment and Travel. The Racing and Track options include CCM (Carbon Ceramic Material) brakes, 20'' Challenge one-piece rims with run-flat tyres, four-point harnesses and a cockpit roll-bar. The Scuderia wheel arch shields and coloured brake calipers complete the look for sportier clients. Interior and Materials options include a new Enzo Ferrari-inspired carbon-fibre steering wheel with LED rev display which can be specified along with a special carbon-fibre trim kit for the door panels, instrument panel, gear stick surround and sill kick panels. Various types of leather trim are also available for the seats and interior too. Travel and Equipment accessories include front and rear parking sensors, iPod-friendly set-up, satellite anti-theft system and a luggage set specially tailored to fit this model.

Specs for the Fiorino:

Country of origin Italy
Year of introduction 2006
Introduced at 2006 Geneva Motorshow
Numbers built N/A
Body design Pininfarina
Weight 1690 kilo / 3725.8 lbs
Drivetrain
Engine 65º V 12
Engine Location Front , longitudinally mounted
Displacement 5.998 liter / 366 cu in
Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
Fuel feed Fuel injection
Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
Gearbox paddle-operated 6 speed Automatic
Drive Rear wheel drive
Performance figures
Power 620 bhp / 463 KW @ 7600 rpm
Torque 608 Nm / 448 ft lbs @ 5600 rpm
BHP/Liter 103 bhp / liter
Power to weight ratio 0.37 bhp / kg
Top Speed 330 km/h / 205 mph
0-60 mph Acceleration 3.6 s
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ew. i dont like the looks at all. its too... space agey looking? i cant put my finger on it, but i hope it grows on me like the scagletti.

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612 Kappa



The Story

When well known Ferrari collector Peter S. Kalikow asked Pininfarina to build him a personalized 612 Scaglietti, the Italian coachbuilder was more than happy to oblige. There was a desire for some time in Turin to customize Ferrari products, but they lacked the solid backing Kalikow offered. He had a list of areas he wanted addressed, which resulted in a totally unique 612, sharing not one panel with the production model.

It was not the first time Kalikow had a go at creating a car. In the early 1970s he was behind the Momo Mirage coupe, which combined an American drivetrain with an Italian coachwork. Sadly only two cars were assembled, which are both in Kalikow's collection. They are joined by a wide variety of the 1950s and 1960s Ferraris, many of which were successfully shown in concours d'elegance all over the world. Both the colour and some cues of the customized 612 were inspired by the various cars in the collection. The American's collector's Ferraris all sport a license plate starting with a 'K', so he simply named the car 'Kappa'; the Greek name for the letter 'K'.

The clearest new design element inspired by the classic Ferraris is the scoop in the engine cover, which is lined with polished aluminum. Another notable change up front is the use of chrome in the headlights. A looking at the side of the car raises the question whether the wheelbase was shortened, which it wasn't. The added vents behind the front wheels are responsible for the shorter appearance. They are not just for show, but also increase the downforce by allowing air to escape from the wheel-well. The rear end is also extensively modified with the taillights moved up to the edge to a similar location as the on the F430 and Enzo.

Entry to the car is through personalized door handles, which feature the owner's initials. These were not specified, but were added as a present by Pininfarina. If this is not enough to identify the car's initiator and executioner, there is a plaque in the door sill that explains the details even more clearly. The interior is pretty much stock, although a upholstery colour is used that has not been available since the mid-1990s. What is very special is the roof fitted, which mainly consists of two panes of glass. Similar to those used in large German saloons, the glass' transparency can be changed from completely clear to pitch black.

Pininfarina turned Kalikow's desires into metal in less than a year and he could officially take delivery of the 612 Kappa at the Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza. Five minutes after receiving the keys, he was already asking around how far away he was from the German Autobahns. Kalikow did stick around long enough to explain that Ferrari agreed not to copy any of the unique cues of the Kappa for future models.

Peter Kalikow's Ferrari 612 Kappa is pictured here at Villa d'Este just after it was delivered by Pininfarina. We would like to thank Ferrari historian Marcel Massini and Peter Kalikow for assisting us with this feature. WM

General Specs

Country of origin Italy
Produced in 2006
Numbers built one-off
Body design Pininfarina
Weight 1840 kilo / 4056.5 lbs
Drivetrain
Engine 60º V 12
Engine Location Front , longitudinally mounted
Displacement 5.748 liter / 350.8 cu in
Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
Fuel feed Fuel injection
Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
Gearbox 6 speed Manual
Drive Rear wheel drive
Performance figures
Power 540 bhp / 403 KW @ 7250 rpm
Torque 588 Nm / 434 ft lbs @ 5250 rpm
BHP/Liter 94 bhp / liter
Power to weight ratio 0.29 bhp / kg
Top Speed 320 km/h / 199 mph
0-60 mph Acceleration 4.2 s




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575 GTZ



The Story

Yoshiyuki Hayashi is a famous Japanese car collector, who owns numerous cars of great historical value, including several Ferraris such as the 166MM, the 250 Spider California, two Daytonas – a coupé and a spider – and the Enzo. In the classic tradition of the keen purchaser of exclusive cars who stimulated the creativeness of Italian coachbuilders in the 1950s and 1960s, Yushiyuki Hayashi asked Zagato if it would be possible to create a body for his 575M, in the style of the famous 250GTZ berlinetta.

When Zagato received this request, it informed Ferrari of the project, which would be a good opportunity to celebrate the model’s anniversary, and then created a car that harked back to the 250 GTZ, built around the Ferrari 575. Like its forebear, the 575 GTZ has an all-aluminium body, and, as a tribute to Ferrari and to two-seater Italian sports cars, it has joined the exclusive group of cars that are the fruit of the tradition of custom-built cars.

Like the 250 GTZ, it sports two-tone paintwork with styling cues and volumes that explicitly refer back to the 1950s, and sublimates the character of the many cars built by Zagato to clothe original engineering, with the pure style of traditional sports cars. For Zagato, the project represented an opportunity to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Ferrari 250 GTZ of 1956, one of the most outstanding GT cars, which has already gone down in history.

The model, which was also commissioned by a gentleman driver and collector, in the best Zagato tradition, is a sublime synthesis of prestige and performance, elegance and sportiness, to the point that it can boast the highest value of any car in the luxury period sports car market. The 250 GTZ has won numerous competitions and concours d’élégance, and it represents a dream come true, because experts and fans consider it one of the most beautiful cars in the world.

The new 575 GTZ has the Ferrari prancing horse on its bonnet and the Z of Zagato on its side, an expression of eternal Italian excellence in its form and content. It is a winning combination, linking the most powerful, famous engineering in the world with the most refined, fascinating sporting style, both made strictly in Italy. The concept of sporty elegance, functional design that does not merely follow the trend of the moment but strives for pure performance, and the ultra-light aluminium body are Zagato’s strengths which become a universally recognised value.

The 575 GTZ is seen here at its Villa d'Este launch. We would like to thank Ferrari historian Marcel Massini and Zagato for assisting us with this feature.

The Specs

Country of origin Italy
Produced in 2006
Numbers built at least two
Body design Zagato
Weight 1690 kilo / 3725.8 lbs
Drivetrain
Engine 65º V 12
Engine Location Front , longitudinally mounted
Displacement 5.748 liter / 350.8 cu in
Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
Fuel feed Fuel injection
Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
Gearbox electro-hydraulic, paddle operated 6 speed Semi-automatic
Drive Rear wheel drive
Performance figures
Power 540 bhp / 403 KW @ 7250 rpm
Torque 589 Nm / 434 ft lbs @ 5250 rpm
BHP/Liter 94 bhp / liter
Power to weight ratio 0.32 bhp / kg
Top Speed N/A
0-60 mph Acceleration N/A
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the kappa is the only one i like the looks of. the P4/5 is too bold and gross. the fiorina it really boring, and the GTZ looks like a jag, viped and GT40 hybrid. it isnt appealing to me.
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