Ferrari F60 America Revealed

The Horse from Italy has pranced once again, and this time with an exclusive $3.6 million “F60 America” limited to 10 units only for North America.

The F60 Ferrari was unveiled at Beverly Hills but those limited units were already grabbed by owners quite before the unveiling. Now, there aren’t any reports of Ferrari bringing more of those samples to market.

To be justified with the so hefty amount paid, the car was designed keeping in mind the taste of niche from that region. The motive behind rolling off this vehicle from the shelf was to mark 60th anniversary of Ferrari in North America, which they say this new bug too was commissioned to pay homage to those 1967 275 GTS4 NART open-top cars that were sold in 10 numbers strictly in America.

Ferrari F60 America Revealed

The F60 is based on F12 Berlinetta with top being removed. That light fabric top for overhead roofing can be used till the maximum speed of 120km/h.

On the outers, this new Ferrari seemed to be a mix of California and Berlinetta. The whole body is made up of aluminum, blue paint shade and a racy strip running across fills the dedication of being limited edition. The aero bridge at the rear is now removed and roll hoops gets draped in leather.

Inside the cabin, a theme of red and black is carried throughout. Strip of the American flag is seen running amidst the seat. To be a bit precise, the most of exciting red is mostly thrown to the driver’s section while the passenger is meant to keep looking that old plane black.

Hence, in the engine bay a 6262cc (6.3-liter) V12 engine of 730hp and 690Nm termed of duty with the 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox with all the transmission sent to rear wheels. The 0-100km/h can be attained in 3.1 seconds, while the affirmation of top-speed cannot be escaladed of being lower than something called 300km/h at the least.

Though, the City Hall of Beverly Hills was immensely crowded to witness one more future classic of America, but apparently very few would know the owners of same.

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