Only 80 examples were ever built.

Exclusivity comes at a cost - in this case, that cost is $1.7 million for a Ferrari that is exceedingly rare. It’s a 2011 599 SA Aperta. Only 80 of them were ever produced, each one celebrating Pininfarina’s 80th birthday.

So what makes this special edition…well, special? For one, the same 661-horsepower V12 found under the hood of the 599 GTO is present here. It can propel the car to 62 miles per hour in just 3.2 seconds, and continue on to a top speed of 202 mph - all with the top down.

The exterior is draped in an Avio Met light blue finish with a light grey stripe running down the center, while the interior is finished in a light Sabbia leather with the Ferrari logo stitched in blue on the headrests. The wheels, meanwhile, come off the performance-oriented 599 GTO, as do the brakes.

In its five years on the road (or in a garage, probably), it’s been extremely well kept. Only 957 miles are on the odometer and a full service history by authorized Ferrari dealers is available.

Interested? Head down to Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale to see this stunning machine in person.

Via: Carscoops

Gallery: 2011 Ferrari 599 SA Aperta