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Ferrari FF Is 2011 Neiman Marcus Car

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On: Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 10:12AM | By: Chris Weiss

Ferrari FF Is 2011 Neiman Marcus Car

Every year, Neiman Marcus selects a hot sports or luxury car to be featured in its famed Christmas Book, the shopping list of the rich, ultra-rich, and even richer. Last year it was a sexy Chevy Camaro Convertible with light-changing Deep Bordeaux paint.

This year, Neiman Marcus has chosen the all-new Ferrari FF grand tourer to appear on the Fantasy Gift list in its catalog.

As is Neiman's custom, we're not just talking a standard FF—though that would be quite suitable, too. We're talking a special edition FF that includes a bespoke Grigio Caldo paint job (a dark silver), an interior with numbered plaque and semi-aniline soft-touch leather seats, and a matching leather luggage set to stuff in that roomy trunk.

The Neiman Marcus FF will come complete with auto-enrollment in the Ferrari Winter Driving Experience, a little post-holiday ski-and-drive vacation in Aspen to look forward to. That course lets you put the FF's all-wheel-drive system to full use on a snow-and-ice driving course.

Lucky buyers or giftees will have to use a loaner FF for the course because FF deliveries won't start until the spring. Only 10 models of the Neiman FF will be offered with a price tag of $395,000, a premium of about $36K over the standard FF. According to Automobile magazine, the FF is the most expensive car ever sold though the Neiman Christmas Book, more than doubling the second most expensive, a $160,000 2008 BMW 7 Series.

Orders open on October 27 at 12 p.m. ET and are available via phone only.

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