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Dubai Businessman Gets Super Exclusive Ferrari

  By KYMBERLEE FERNANDES   Aug 29th 2012 at 3:35PM Cars & Jets RATED

 

Dubai Businessman Gets Super Exclusive Ferrari
Image courtesy: Reuters

 

Dubai-based businessman of Indian origin, Cheerag Arya is one of the few who owns a collection of some of most sought-after modern V12 Ferraris ever produced. With his business set in Ras Al Khaimah emirate of the UAE, he currently has the keys to six cars that come with the Prancing Horse logo.

 

His garage houses his first, a 5.7L V12 engine powered Ferrari 575M Maranello, then an Enzo Ferrari with a 6.0L V12 engine, a F40 powered by 2.9L V8, a 599 GTO powered by 6.0L V12 (only 80 of theses were produced and this one has been driven around more than 7000 km), a Ferrari Daytona powered by 4.3L V12 and a F430 powered by 4.3L V8.

 

Obviously for a man who owns so many fast cars, he loves racing. He closely follows Ferrari with Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso at the Formula One, and is also signed up for the Maserati Trofeo Middle East.

 

The Super Exclusive Ferrari

 

Dubai Businessman Gets Super Exclusive Ferrari

 

 

And after being in talks with the guys at the Italian car marquee he finally got Ferrari to design an exclusive car for him.

 

He described what he was looking for and Ferrari presented him with 12 designs. It is not a remake of any old model, instead has a bit of everything in it, both old and new.

 

Once he receives his one-off Ferrari, Cheerag says he'll keep it in Dubai, but will take it to Europe every summer. If everything goes as planned, we should be seeing the new Ferrari in his garage by early 2013. We're not even going to bother about the price he's paying for this one.

 

Via Ferrari Magazine

 

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