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Ferrari 599 China auctioned in Beijing for 1.2 million euro

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Last week Ferrari held an auction for the unique Ferrari 599 China, which was won by an anonymous client from Shanghai at the final price of about 1.2 million euro (including taxes).

The auction was the climax of the Gala dinner organized by Ferrari at the Red Gate Gallery in Beijing. Lu Hao, the first Chinese artist to work with Ferrari, created this special model decorated with Song Dynasty Ge Kiln pottery patterns.

The proceeds from this auction will fund outstanding students and young teachers of Tsinghua Universitys Department of Automotive Engineering to study at Italys Politecnico di Milano University and internship at Ferraris headquarters.

Video courtesy of Ferrari S.P.a.

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