• Jun 23rd 2007 at 12:37PM
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To wrap up Ferrari's celebration of six decades of automotive porn, it took the wraps off a limited edition 612 Scaglietti dubbed the Sessanta -- Italian for "60."

Mechanically, the Sessanta is little more than a mildly massaged 612, sporting 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, black chrome exhaust tips and Ferrari's F1 gearbox. It's only when you open up the door and slip into the heavily bolstered seats that you get the sense that the Sessanta is something special.

The roof employs the three-position electrochromic glass that originally debuted in the Superamerica, which allows variable levels of light to swath an interior coated in custom leather by Frau. The steering wheel gets a start/stop button, the gauge cluster is a model-specific unit and in-car entertainment duties fall upon a Bose media setup that has a TV tuner and a rear-parking camera.

Appropriately, the Sessanta is limited to a run of 60, with the aforementioned mods, anniversary badging and choice of two colors: Grigio Scuro, a dark gray, and Rubino Micalizzato, what we're assuming is a dark burgundy.

We're hoping that one of these beauties makes its way over to Goodwood, so our man Frank can snap more pics than the few Ferrari made available.

Follow the jump for a video of the unveiling.

[Sources: ClassicDriver.com, OmniAuto]

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Why would you want a start/stop button on the steering wheel? When do you ever want to steer and turn the engine off at the same time?
      • 8 Years Ago
      The 612...just...stunning...bleh...
      • 8 Years Ago
      For the 40th Anniversary Ferrari unveiled the F40

      For the 50th Anniversary they unveiled the F50

      For the 60th they unveiled... a special edition 612- probably the ugliest car in Ferrari's current lineup and one of the ugliest Ferraris ever.

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