Ferrari unveils special one of a kind 599 GTB Fiorano China edition |

Seeing as how China is quickly becoming one of the largest auto markets in the world, Ferrari was quick to take advantage of this and has launched a special run of about a dozen models of the 599 GTB Fiorano edition. Called China Limited Edition, the special version have also received a one of a kind model, customized by famous Chinese artist Lu Hao, set to be auctioned on November 3 at a special Gala Auction Event which will take place in Beijing

First of all, the China Limited Edition consists of specially-targeted 599 GTB Fiorano models, which have been finished in a two-tone Rosso Fuoco pain, with a silver roof and sport Chinese characters on places like the starter button or the tachometer.

Lu Hao abandoned the fiery red paint job in favor of one inspired by the design of the famous Ge Kiln porcelain from China’s Song Dynasty. A cracked pattern was used, which will replicate cracks on various levels so that the whole car would look like a broken porcelain vase of some sorts.

While Marco Mattiacci, the CEO of Ferrari Asia Pacific declares that the model is an artistic masterpiece, this is some art he can keep, give me a fiery red Ferrari any day instead of this broken porcelain one. What do you think? Leave your opinion in the comment box below.

Source: CarScoop

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