2006 Ferrari 575 M Superamerica

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Rosso Corsa | Convertible | 6 Speed F1 Semi-Automatic l | 5.7 litre V12 | 47,448 kms | AU$469,995

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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.

Options include:

• 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.

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