The highest bidder will have the unique opportunity to drive away in a collection that includes the prestigious Ferrari 812 GTS Targa, a Roma, a GTC4 Lusso, a 599 GTB Fiorano, and a 575M Maranello. The auction ends on 3 December 2023.
Five blazing prancing horses, without minimum price
At the centre of this extraordinary auction is the Ferrari 812 GTS, not merely a car but a symbol of uncompromising luxury, speed, and refinement. Under its hood lies a robust 6.5-liter V12 engine generating a staggering 789 horsepower, propelling the car from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3 seconds. With a top speed of 340 km/h, the 812 GTS offers a level of speed and performance synonymous with the Ferrari legacy.
Sander Houdel, car expert at Catawiki, comments: “This is one the last Ferraris with a V12 engine. Given the increasingly stringent environmental requirements and changing market, this model is one of the last ones in circulation, which makes it very valuable. With it also disappears that typical engine sound that enthusiasts love so much – one of the best sounds in the world.’’
The Ferrari Roma, celebrated for its timeless design and high-performance capabilities, stands as a testament to Ferrari’s commitment to perfection. With its distinctive flair, the car embodies a modern reflection of the carefree, enjoyable lifestyle that defined Rome during the 1950s and ‘60s. This 2+2 coupe, finished in the distinctive Blu Roma, is powered by a 3.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8, delivering 620 horsepower.
Three other flamboyant Ferrari models complement the auction for car enthusiasts worldwide – a GTC4 Lusso, a 599 GTB Fiorano Coupe, and a 575M Maranello Coupe.
“This auction transcends the ordinary, showcasing a dazzling array of five resplendent models from the iconic brand with the prancing horse, all without a minimum price. It’s an unmissable opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts alike to acquire these extraordinary vehicles and gain access to a piece of automotive history.” concludes Houdel.
The Ferrari auction on Catawiki is open for bidding until 3 December, providing enthusiasts with a chance to own a piece of automotive history, at no minimum price.