The 599 GTB Fiorano is powered by a huge 6.0-liter V12 making 611 horsepower and 448 pound-feet of torque. Redline is a screaming 8,400 rpm and Ferrari has, of course, worked to optimize the engine sound at the top of the rev range. Ferrari claims a 0-60 time of just 3.4 seconds and a 0-100 time of 7.4 seconds. Top speed is more than 200 mph. The F1-Superfast 6-speed gearbox can change gears in as little as 100 milliseconds. If you insist on doing the shifting yourself, there's a traditional manual setup with a clutch pedal available as well. Ride quality is quite good for such a capable car, thanks to magnetically adjustable shocks and a system that optimizes response and comfort. In a maximum of just 1 millisecond, the system can process signals from the road or steering wheel and change the damping firmness. It also comes with a race-oriented stability and traction system called F1 Trac, which will intervene to nudge the driver gently back on course. The 599 GTB Fiorano doesn't completely forget about safety features; it does come with side airbags, in addition to phenomenally strong brakes. At about 184 inches long, the 599 GTB is nearly as long as a mid-size car. With the classic profile of a grand-touring sports car, the 599 GTB Fiorano is a little more sculpted than some prior designs, with lines that flow up the hood and along the doors. The GTB Fiorano's hand-crafted interior is more richly appointed than other track-capable cars. Leather upholstery and carbon-fiber and leather detailing frame the cockpit, while controls are made in solid aluminum and adaptive racing seats have carbon-fiber side frames. As with any Ferrari, anyone who's lucky enough to get to order one has full command of a seemingly endless list of customization options and upgrades. On the 599, they vary from carbon-ceramic brakes, a 4-point harness and cockpit roll bar for those headed to the track. Perforated leather seats, carbon-fiber trim and a navigation system are there for those more interested in touring in head-turning style.