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Rosso Corsa | Convertible | 6 Speed F1 Semi-Automatic l | 5.7 litre V12 | 47,448 kms | AU$469,995
Early 2000's was an incredible technological time for Ferrari from which boomed some of the greatest bedroom wallpaper phenomena; the 360, F430, Enzo and the 575M Ferrari's all-mighty flagship front-engine V12.
Towards the cease of production of the 575M it is only "Oh so Ferrari" to release a mouthwatering strictly limited-edition model to say goodbye.
Reviving the SuperAmerica name, last used in the Sixties, the all new Ferrari was brought to market as a low production convertible version of the 575M and 559 units were produced. Upon its official debut in 2005, it was labeled the fastest convertible Berlinetta in the world with a top speed of 320km/h.
The SuperAmerica's most distinct feature is its glass panel roof incorporating a Carbon Fibre structure which rotates 180 degrees at the rear to lie flat over the boot, a switch in the center console adjusts the 5 shades of tint in the electrochromic glass for the driver's comfort, amazing technology even for today's standards.
Powering the GT is a higher-output tuned version of its already monstrous 5.7 litre naturally aspirated V12 producing 533HP, an extra 25HP more than its tin-topped sibling achieving 0 – 100km/h in under 4.2 seconds.
Available today is a very rare 1 of just 6 Ferrari SuperAmerica's to arrive on our shores, ordered in Rosso Corsa over Tan leather. Still in immaculate original condition this 575 has travelled just over 47,000 kms since new.
• Scuderia Shields
• Drivers Memory Package
• Giallo Dials
• Full Leather Cabin, including Dash and Doors
• Rear Parcel Shelf in Leather
• Embossed Ferrari Headrests
• Rosso Brake Calipers
• 19-Inch Three Piece Alloys
Accompanying the SuperAmerica is its original factory toolkit, original emergency fabric roof, original leather-bound logbooks detailing a complete Ferrari service history with its most recent major service and cam-belts replaced in 2017.
One of the most technologically advanced Grand-Tourers available at the time with outstanding performance against its rivals, the 575 series is the perfect medium between supercar and everyday driver. Refined and comfortable with acceleration comparable to a tactile ballistic missile the Ferrari 575 defines what it means to be a GT.
A rare specification of the flagship model makes this a true blue-chip collectors piece and would suit the most discerning enthusiast, along with its fantastic maintenance history this supercar is ready to drive off the showroom floor today.