Ferrari Goes All-American with F60America Special Edition
Remember when former Ferrari CEO Luca di Montezemolo said he wasn't happy with how “American” the brand has become? Well, apparently he didn’t hate the US of A that much. Ferrari just unveiled a new special edition celebrating 60 years on the continent. It’s called the F60America. It’s based on the lovely F12berlinetta but comes with a foldable soft top and some more ‘Murican oriented styling cues. You get a slightly meaner front end, sharper wheels, side vents aplenty, and a big old stripy down the middle. There’s even an American-flag inspired design in the seats. RELATED: See More of the Ferrari F60America Special Edition
Under the hood is an uber-powerful 6.3-liter V12 that puts out 730 horsepower and shoots the car to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds. It’s paired to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, because everyone knows how we hate shifting our own gears.
Granted, the F60America may not be as extreme as some of the other special editions we’ve seen — but it definitely has an extreme price tag at $2.5 million. But even if you had the money, all 10 have already been spoken for.
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Looks like you’ll have to buy a normal F12berlinetta. Hashtag first world problems.
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