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The F12berlinetta Tour de France 64 by Ferrari ‘s Tailor-Made Division

By Brody Patterson


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One of the more remarkable vehicles presented during the recently concluded 2015 Dream Cars Show, held in Brussels, version of the F12berlinetta customized by Ferrari’s Tailor Made division.

The car, which is powered by a V12 engine and features an Argento Auteil silver livery with a Modena yellow stripe across the bonnet, was designed as an homage to the Ecurie Francorchamps racing team. Specifically, it’s the 250 GTO in which Lucien Bianchi and Georges Berger won the 1964 Tour de France Automobile that Ferrari wanted to celebrate.

While it retains its modern look on the outside, the custom sports car has plenty of vintage features on the inside. Among them are the tobacco Soul leather seat upholstery, the triangular-pattern metal plates on the floor reminiscent of the classic race cars of the past, and the body-colored silver trim with yellow stripes on the dash and doors. In addition to this, the headliner and side panels are dressed in something called Mycro Prestige, which the Italian carmaker describes as “a soft, light, water-repellent and breathable fabric,” while the boot trim and floor mats are covered in SuperFabric, which Ferarri says is virtually indestructible.

No word on the price tag of this superb one-off, however since the “regular” F12 would set you back about $320,000, you can be certain the Tour de France 64 model cost much more than that.


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About Brody Patterson

Brody has worked as a full time staff writer for Luxatic for over five years, covering luxury news, product releases and in-depth reviews, and specializing in verticals on the website alongside the tech & leisure section, as well as men's fashion, watches and travel. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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