Helsinki (Finland) - Nokia has begun selling a new luxury phone in partnership with Ferrari to commemorate the automobile's 60th anniversary.
The Ascent Ferrari 60 phone is available now from stores around the world at a suggested retail price of 18,000 euros ($25,400). The phone comes from Vertu, Nokia's luxury handset company.
Vertu makes handsets based on other car models as well, in addition to diamond-encrusted cell phones.
"We worked very closely to develop this limited edition of 60 phones. Detailing on the phone is inspired by detailing on a number of Ferrari cars," said Vertu spokesperson Elizabeth Maragh.