FERRARI | 575M SuperAmerica

Ferrari 575M SuperAmerica

575SA1Ferrari 575M Superamerica F1  2006, ONLY 23145 KMS, Nero Daytona Metallic with Nero leather interior. Fully equipped, ultimate spec on the Superamerica, other accessories, GTC package, battery chargers, yellow brake calipers, carbon fiber interior package, Daytona design on the seats, yellow stitching, extinguisher, Scuderia wing shields, Premium Sound System, airbags and a CD changer.

Only 559 units built, superb example of a well looked after, low mileage car in excellent condition. Superb opportunity for a collector. Fully operational chromatic roof.

Introduced in 2005, the Ferrari 575M SuperAmerica was a convertible version of the 575M Maranello; it featured an electrochromic glass panel roof which rotated 180° (both are production car firsts) at the rear to lie flat over the boot. Patented Revocromico roof incorporates carbon fibre structure that is hinged on the single axis with a luggage compartment lid, allowing the access to the latter even with an open roof. With the roof open the rear window, apart for holding the third stop light, also acts as a wind deflector. This roof design was previously used on 2001-designed Vola by Leonardo Fioravanti. The Superamerica used the higher-output tune of the V-12 engine, F133 G, rated at 533 hp (397 kW; 540 PS) and Ferrari marketed it as the world’s fastest convertible, with a top speed of 199 mph (320 km/h). The GTC handling package was optional.

The GTC package included Ferrari’s fourth carbon fibre reinforced silicon carbide (C/SiC) composite ceramic composite brake system, made by Brembo – the first 3 being featured on the Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale, Ferrari F430 and the Ferrari Enzo limited edition supercar as well as a more performance-tuned suspension system, low-restriction exhaust system, and unique 19 inch wheels. The new brakes were based on the company’s Formula One racing team technology. They used 15.7 in discs with six-piston calipers in front and 14.2 in discs with four-piston calipers in the rear.

A total of 559 Superamericas were built; this number followed Enzo Ferrari’s philosophy that there should always be one fewer car available than what the market demanded – a philosophy that has now been emulated by many different manufacturers to keep both demand and prices high.


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