Unique Ferrari F60America celebrates Ferrari's 60th anniversary in North America

Ferrari is celebrating its 60th year in North America with a quite unique F60America, based on the F12 and limited to just 10 units. Each car is reportedly priced at around £1.55M and all units are already spoken for.

The F60America is basically a roadster version of the F12 with a new light fabric top that can be used at speeds up to 75mph. We can only assume that without the top speed the car can be driven much faster as the 730 horsepower 6.3-litre V12 takes it from 0-62mph in just 3.1 seconds.

The limited production run of 10 units pays homage to the 1967 275 GTS4 NART Spider, the open version of the 275 GTB4 that the importer, Luigi Chinetti, specifically requested from Enzo Ferrari for his US clients. The 275 GTS4 NART Spider was also limited to 10 cars.

All 10 cars will come with the classic North American Racing Team livery and a 60th anniversary Prancing Horse badge on the wheelarches.

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  • Alberto Piqueras Ramos

    Hermoso vehículo el Ferrari F60 America, pero su precio me parece exorbitante por lo cual no entiendo el motivo de llegar a él.

    Saludos.

  • 1artworkz

    Looks a bit Corvettish.

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