Called the F60 America, the topless special will be limited to just ten units - all of which have been spoken for despite the US$2.5 million (AU$2.9 million) price tag.
As the name suggests, the F60 was only offered in North America and is designed as a nod to the 1967 275 GTS4 NART (North American Racing Team) Spider; which was also limited to just ten units.
Power comes from the same 6.3 litre V12 that moves the ‘regular’ F12berlinetta, producing 545kW and 690Nm.
Matched with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with revised ratios and Ferrari’s ‘E-Diff’, the F60 can hit 100km/h from rest in 3.1 seconds but top speed has been reduced over the F12.
The F60’s exterior styling has been notably revised over the F12, including the doors and both the front and rear ends.
In place of the roof is a fabric soft top that needs to be removed and replaced by hand, which limits forward momentum to ‘cruising’ speeds so it doesn’t blow away. There’s also two roll-hoops trimmed in leather and made from carbon-fibre.
The exterior also features a ‘North American Racing Team’ paint finish and special anniversary Ferrari badges.
Inside, the F60 features racing seats with a thin US flag strip running through the middle, finished (and surrounded by) red for the driver’s side and dark grey for the passenger.
If you were hopeful of owning one, word is that US$2.5 million price-tag has already appreciated, and it could be quite a while before you see one advertised in the classifieds…
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