MS Dhoni to get Ferrari 599 GTO as a gift

Published On Apr 05, 2011 08:07 PM By Meenal for Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

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After 28 long years India won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 and now gifts and money is showering on all the Indian cricket stars. Mahindra Singh Dhoni who is the Caption of team India and Winner of this World Cup 2011 will get Ferrari 599 GTO which is called name of GTO in India, the most expensive car. However, there is no information that who is gifting this car to the Indian skipper. Indian national flag colour is painted on the hood of the car which is giving it a great look and making it apt for the winner.

This new two setter Ferrari 599 GTO comes in world's costlier coupe car segment as BMW cars, Mitsubishi's cars, Mercedes Benz cars etc. Presently it is not available in domestic car market which has come by a special order. It is speculated that Sharad Pawar or Lalit Modi either of them is gifting this sleek baby to MS Dhoni. The super car has a left hand driver steering which will be a new experience for the Indian player.  One more interesting thing about the car that is available only 599 people who wish to experience of high performance driving.

The well performer car Ferrari 599 GTO is equipped with a V12 – 65° type 5999 cc powerplant that generates maximum power of 670 Horse Power and can achieve the speed of up to 100 kmph in just 3.35 second while top speed of the car is 335kmph which make air jet in the segment. The car weighs 1495kg and having a power to weight ratio of 2.23 kg/hp.

On the other hand all Indian Cricket team is gifting by Hyundai Verna and “The Man Of The Series” Yuvraj Singh to be gifted by super luxury Audi which has a V12 engine with a 670 HP of max power and 620 Nm of torque that ensure to provide superb riding experience in the segment.

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