Some Specs of Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by mafalda, Feb 25, 2006.

  1. Declarations of the factory
    V12 engine 5999cc
    620 Hp @ 7,600 rpm
    608 Nm (62 Kgm)
    Dry Weight 1580 Kg - 3475 Lbs: -50 Kg than 575, -140 Kg than 612
    New gearbox with padldeshif called F1 superfast: 0.100s against F430 0.150s!
    No e-diff
    new "super-esp" called "F1 Track", traction +20% when exits from corners
    Weight F 47%; R 53%
    New "manettino" ON SCREEN
    Top speed more than 330 Kph 205 mph
    0-100 Kph 62mph 3.7s
    0-200 Kph 124 mph 11.0s (!!!)
    1 Km 20.6s
  2. That dry weight is either amazing or in italian Kgs ?
  3. Quattroruote said 1580 last month, and in this iussue confirms that: 1580 Kilos...
    ooop s sorry for 1st pics...
  4. Please look at the small pics in the 2nd scan...
  5. whats enzos time 0-200km/h
  6. Is that part of the C-pillar/buttress?
  7. compared to other supercars.

    Ferrari Enzo
    Vmax 355 km/h
    0-100 km/h 3,6 s
    0-200 km/h 10,3 s
    0-300 km/h 26,1 s

    Porsche Carrera GT
    Vmax 334 km/h
    0-100 km/h 3,8 s
    0-200 km/h 10,7 s
    0-300 km/h 34,2 s

    Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren:
    Vmax 334 km/h
    0-100 km/h 3,8 s
    0-200 km/h 10,7 s
    0-300 km/h 30,6 s
  8. that #$%#ing insane 1 km 20.6sec thats only 0.5 more than enzo

    20.1 @ 172.7mph - Ferrari Enzo
    20.4 @ 165.3mph - Porsche Carrera GT
    20.5 @ 167.1mph - MB SLR McLaren
    21.4 @ 156.0mph - Lamborghini Murcielago
  9. Those are some seriously promising figures!
  10. why cant Ferrari make the looks match the performance? Its not like its difficult.

  11. Why didn't the engineers see the need for the e-diff...?

    Also, that's not the Enzo V12. It has an intake manifold, which doesn't even look as though its has dual length runners. A bored/stroked version of the 550/456/575/612 engine....?
  12. no e-diif but new esp "F1 track".
    The engine is the the same of Enzo. It has not variable-intake 'cause... euro-ncap crash test for pedestrians!!! This solutions has been saved space between engine and bodywork. I remember you 599GTB needs less power (103.33 Hp/l aginst 110.00). 599 GTB maintains the four variocam
  13. Ferrari returned to the classic Gran Turismo Berlinetta style of the 1960s & just updated it. The next car after this will probably be from the 70s then the 80s.

    I'm happy they don't make all their cars look the same then give them different code names like some folks do.

  14. No offence dude, but GROW THE #$%# UP!!!!
    Nobody even mentioned the 'other folks in here' till a Ferrari fanboy!!!!

    This car is great for what it is and so is the other 'folks' car!!!

    I sure wish had some sort of policy in place to ban irritating trolls like you and even folk from the 'other' side who make discussing a passion for cars the most harrowing mind-numbing thing on earth!!
  15. the problem is Italian cars should have a passion for design as well as performance and Ferrari has dropped the ball numerous itmes.
  16. can�t wait to see it passing the sport auto Supertest!
  17. Impressive figures! Hate how it looks tho'
  18. Wow I never though the performance would be that amazing!!!

    I hope to see a super fight with 599 , the SLR and if it comes the DBS , that would be freaking awesome!!!
  19. oh FOR #$%#'S SAKE SHUT UP
  20. Wouldn't take one over an SLR tho.
  21. reminds me of a maserati merak
  22. neither would i but isnt it much more expensive? that fatty needs to get itself on a diet...
  23. yeah, the SLR is only like, £150,000 more
  24. I love how this looks
  25. Ill shut up when Ferrari stops designing Supras you #$%#

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