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Diamonds are the usual gift to celebrate a 60th anniversary, but Ferrari has had a much better idea.

Instead of mere rocks, the Italian firm has announced it will build 60 612 Scaglietti special editions.

Each of the 60 cars will be linked to a specific event in Ferrari's history and feature an enamel plaque on the cabin's central tunnel to distinguish them.

Every car will be finished in a two-tone paint scheme, while a new electrochromatic sunroof allows the occupants to adjust how much sun it lets in by adjusting its transparency.

The 60 special edition Scagliettis are not the only celebration for Ferrari reaching bus pass age.

The company has also kicked off a tour starting in Abu Dhabi that will head all the way around the world, passing a baton between 10,000 Ferrari owners.

After traversing the Middle East, the baton makes its way across China, Japan, Australia, South Africa, the US and the whole of Europe, finishing in Maranello - of course - on June 23.
 

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I am quite disappointed. For the 60th anniversary I was hoping they would launch either a 430 Challenge Stradale or a 599 Spider (or even better, a road version of the FXX).

Introducing a new type of sunroof does not seem to be quite the proper event to celebrate 60 years of engineering and performance excellence.
 

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I am quite disappointed. For the 60th anniversary I was hoping they would launch either a 430 Challenge Stradale or a 599 Spider (or even better, a road version of the FXX).

Introducing a new type of sunroof does not seem to be quite the proper event to celebrate 60 years of engineering and performance excellence.
I agree its not quite what i was expecting, about the FXX! Michael was given a one off version as a gift from Ferrari and with his driving skills i believe he should be allowed to drive on the public roads.
 
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