The ultra-new Ferrari FF won't actually arrive in the driveways of ten affluent owners until Spring, but anticipation sometimes beats realization when it comes to the Neiman Marcus holiday catalog. Only 10 of the 651-horsepower coupes from Marenello were offered for sale this year: it took all of 50 minutes for the store to take deposits on them when the phone lines opened on Oct. 27. None have yet shown up on eBay.
The bespoke Neiman editions, which sold for a $95,000 premium over the expected street price of the car, feature a numbered plaque and an exclusive paint job called "grigio caldo," which translates to "hot grey" (hot grey?). There's a matching luggage set in the trunk, a trip to Ferrari's winter driving "experience" in Aspen thrown in, and top speed for the FF is more than 200 miles per hour. Radar detector not included.