One-of-a-kind Ferrari 812 GTS hits the market for $750k

Finished in a beautiful shade of green called 'Verde Bottiglia', with matching Alcantara interior and orange accents.

by | Published on 10th Jan 2023

This beautiful one-of-a-kind 2022 Ferrari 812 GTS just hit the market for $749,000.

As you can imagine, the vehicle is as good as new: it’s only done 1,107 miles.

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The first thing that stands out is the unusual green paint.

Ferrari calls it ‘Verde Bottiglia’, Italian for ‘bottle green’.

The name may not sound glamorous but this unique paint, coupled with the gold tone rims, works wonders on the 812.


The seats, center console and door panels are upholstered in matching green Alcantara with contrast orange piping and stitching.

Orange was also used to adorn the steering wheel, the floormats and the instrument cluster.

The engine is a 6.5-liter V12, sending 819 hp to the real wheels courtesy of a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.

More to the point, this is a naturally-aspirated engine.

This is basically a chimera in the automotive world since most supercars are turbocharged or electrified or both these days.

The car is available from Ferrari of San Francisco, and it was listed on duPont Registry with a price tag of $749,000.

The seller will turn a nice profit from the sale of the car: when it first came out, the 812 GTS had an MSRP of around $370,000.

About the Ferrari 812 GTS

The Ferrari 812 GTS was revealed in 2019 as the open-top version of the 812 Superfast.

It is a remarkable car for two main reasons.

Firstly, it is Ferrari’s first front-engine V12 convertible in nearly 50 years.

Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, it is one of last Ferrari models to be powered by a naturally-aspirated V12.

In a world of hybrids and EVs, this is considered gold by car collectors.



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