The 2008 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is largely unchanged from previous years, adding only the Bose Media Center. As one of the largest models Ferrari makes, the Scaglietti is a front-engine, rear-wheel drive, 2-door, 4-passenger coupe that drives like a small, powerful, lightweight sports car. The Ferrari 612 has a 540-hp 5.75L V12 engine with a 6-speed manual transmission; however, a 6-speed F1A automated-manual transmission that uses a small console stick to engage reverse and drive is optional. Shifting can be done through steering wheel paddles, but the transmission can be set to shift like an automatic. Standard features include ABS, traction control, and an anti-skid system with driver-selectable settings to limit intervention during high-performance driving. An optional package includes up-graded sport suspension, exhaust tuning, and carbon ceramic brakes.Read more Read less
Ferrari's 612 Scaglietti 2+2 coupe enters the 2008 model year, three years after its introduction, with no major changes.
Unmatched GT experience; loaded with F1 technology; rocket sled for four.
The 2008 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is one of the most expensive models for one of the world's most expensive marques, and it is accordingly just as exclusive. While most criticisms of the car highlight its large size, the 612's performance is undisputed and unmatched. Interior luxury appointments are on par for its $255,000 sticker price, which is to say they are impeccable.