The Racing Days in Shanghai ended with a showcase of various special edition Ferrari vehicles. For many visitors of the event, the main attraction was definitely the right-hand drive F12tdf, which made its first appearance in the showroom. This supercar's production was limited to just 799 units worldwide which have since been sold out.
Alongside the F12tdf come the track-only 599XX and its road-going 599 GTO variant, the latter limited to just 599 worldwide but not designed for homologation in any racing series. This is not the first time legendary Ferrari vehicles are being loaned out for public viewing since the showroom’s re-purposing last year, where the Maserati brand has moved to its new flagship showroom in Kowloon Bay.
Participants at the event expressed their desire to see more model variants available for public viewing, but understandably not all owners are generous enough to loan out their treasured vehicles for the cause. During such shows the exclusive and legendary cars are usually displayed for about a week or a bit longer.