• Jun 22, 2009
The crew from CzechFerrari made an interesting discovery in an unknown location: a Ferrari California-bodied prototype with an awkward removable roof. At first glance, it's easy to dismiss the mule as just another California being readied for testing, but peering through the driver's side window reveals an interior that's noticeably different from the entry-level Fezza – it's closer to the Ferrari 599. While it's hardly conclusive evidence that Maranello is working on a convertible variant of its V12 super-tourer, it's compelling nonetheless. And with rumors of a drop-top version circulating for months and a facelift right around the corner, Ferrari could be preparing a 599 Spider before the new model debuts in the next two years.
[Source: CzechFerrari]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      taillights look like thode from a california. given the customer type isn't too worried about the lack of structural rigidity.
      HotRodzNKustoms
      • 5 Years Ago
      I do hope it is a 599 spyder. It would be my perfect modern Ferrari. By the way it would be a 599 GTS