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Vandenbrink Renews Ferrari’s 612 Scaglietti As A Supercar Shooting Brake

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Jun 10, 2019

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When the illustrious shooting brake body style was first revealed years ago, the industry’s greatest manufacturers were enamored by its beauty. Despite their keen interest in the platform, only a handful have ever been made. Now, a coachbuilding salon from the Netherlands has decided to throw its own interpretation into the ring by transforming Ferrari’s 612 Scaglietti.

Amsterdam’s Vandenbrink Design has caught the automotive industry by surprise with the reveal of this gorgeous supercar — a sleek, sporty sport wagon that’s been built atop the Italian manufacturer’s iconic Scaglietti platform. Alongside its Bertone, Drogo, Pininfarina, Touring Superleggera, Vignale and Zagato counterparts, this one-of-a-kind vehicle boasts many of the revered characteristics of a modern coupe, while benefitting from the practicality of a road-faring wagon — albeit one with a whopping 540 horsepower provided by a menacing 5.8L V12 engine. The coachbuilder is hush-hush on the details, but it looks like upgrades include dual skylights, a custom tailgate, a roof spoiler, and more. Better still, the vehicle is available for purchase — but it will cost you a whopping $340,000.

Purchase: $340,000

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