Players of Facebook game Car Town can now get behind the wheel of a Ferrari, thanks to developer Cie Games.
Game players can purchase virtual Ferraris (with actual cash, and lots of it, as the cars cost between $10 and $100), choose iconic locations, and test-drive vehicles on the private Fiorano Circuit.
Play drivers can also visit the Ferrari headquarters in Maranello, Italy, stop by the Atelier Showroom, and take part in restoration program Ferrari Classiche.
More than 20 Ferrari vehicles are available for game play, including the 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT, the 1968 365 GTB/4 Daytona, and the 1957 250 GT California.
Developer Cie Games said it will soon debut the Fiorano Circuit and the F1 Clienti, which will allow Car Town players to virtually experience Ferrari Formula 1 racing.
Readers: Would you pay $100 for a virtual Ferrari?