The one-off Ferrari Superamerica 45 has been caught on camera roaming the streets of Greenwich, Connecticut.

The one-off Ferrari Superamerica 45 has been caught on camera roaming the streets of Greenwich, Connecticut.

Introduced more than four years ago, the unique prancing horse represents the work of Ferrari's Special Projects division and was commissioned by New York real estate mogul Peter Kalikow as a way to celebrate his 45th year as a Ferrari owner. It's the only one in the world and comes with a unique Blu Antille body paint while the carbon fiber rotating hard top resembles the 575M Superamerica's glass roof.

The 599-based Superamerica 45 rides on a set of two-tone alloy wheels and gets various carbon fiber body parts such as the front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser which adopt a darker blue shade. A similar dark blue carbon finish has been applied inside the cabin for the dashboard trim and around the driver. Speaking of the interior, it has been adorned with a combination of Cuoio leather trim and Blu Scuro carbon fiber details.

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