Ferrari has revealed the latest offering in its line of newly-launched Tailor Made packages, in the form of the 599 GTB 60F1.
Developed to celebrate "60 years of victories in Formula 1," the 60F1 combines the 599 GTB's 456kW V12 engine with HGTE handling package.
There are three liveries available for the 60F1, including the deep red 375 F1, the 150° Italia that celebrates this year's Ferrari F1 car, and finally the 150° Italia 2, which goes without most of the second car's white graphics.
All three variants are fitted with 20-inch diamond-finish alloy wheels, with the styling highlights rounded out by a satin silver fuel cap and the prancing horse emblem presented large on the front guards.
Inside, there's Sabelt or Recaro sports seats - depending on the market region - trimmed in Alcantara and grippy Superfabric.
The seats also feature four-point safety harnesses, featuring the red and blue colours specified by the FIA in the 2011 F1 season.
There's also a new lightweight material on the dash called Alutex, made from metal and glass fibres, with a glare-resistant matte coating.
On the handling side of things, the HGTE package blesses the 599 GTB with lowered suspension, sticky-compound tyres on 20-inch wheels, a sharper throttle response and faster shifts.