|Ferrari 575 GTZ|
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|Body Style||2-door, 2-seat Front-Engined Coupe|
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|Similar||Ferrari 575M Maranello|
The Ferrari 575 GTZ is a one-off special 575M built by Zagato for Japanese Ferrari collector, Yoshiyuki Hayashi and announced at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show. Designed to recall the 250GTZ and commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 250 range, the GTZ was officially endorsed by Ferrari and includes Zagato's trademark double-bubble roofline and two-tone paint.
On October 28, 2009, Zagato and Ferrari revealed that they have been working on a drophead version called the 550 GTZ to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the long collaboration between the two Italian establishments. The roadster GTZ is limited to five units and based on the 550 Barchetta Pininfarina. All five have been sold at the stratospheric price of £1 million (€1.1 million/ US$1.6 million) each.
See Wikicars' comprehensive Ferrari 575 GTZ Review.
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