Ferrari announces the creation of a single exceptional Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano China limited edition of the Chinese artist Lu hao, at a special gala auction event organised by Ferrari in Beijing on November 3, 2009 be auctioned is signed. This exclusive car follows the announcement in September some a few models of Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano China Limited Edition especially, won wide recognition.
The single contains several features limited edition cars, a very limited number of fewer than a dozen cars in a two tone Rosso Fuoco with silver characterized roof and Chinese by unique design elements ready.
This exceptional model provides a more exclusive version, thanks to a very special processing outside the inspiration from GE Song dynasty porcelain oven. Lu Hao has elements of traditional design with innovative Ferrari-style elegantly, with clearly defined etched cracks at different depths, which mixed a unique vehicle that create a pattern of “Cracks” glaze color.
Porcelain kiln GE exist only a few hundred code segments today, which are priceless treasures. China is one of the most characteristic ancient arts of China, came to the West of the Silk Road for thousands of years. Use of GE China, Chin as an inspiration for the derived version is a perfect complement to the model of the China Ferrari limited edition.
Issued as one of the most successful and influential Chinese contemporary artist Lu Hao in major museums and galleries all over the world. For this project inspired by the rich cultural heritage of China and as the owner of a Ferrari has a particularly intimate relationship with the brand.
“The model of the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano China Limited Edition is a true masterpiece, the rich, the Chinese artistic heritage dramatic, combined with Italian design,” says Marco Mattiacci, CEO of Ferrari Asia Pacific.
The revenue from the sale of this car is developed in a sponsor-education program, used to young Chinese students in the field of automotive technology. Program details will be published during the auction.
This is just the latest example of the charity events organised by Ferrari in China since Ferrari-Maserati cars formed international trading Shanghai Co., Ltd in the year 2004. Other fundraising efforts were more than 500,000 euros to local charities donate Ferrari.