Introduced in 2005, the Ferrari 575 Superamerica is a limited production car of which just 559 examples were produced. Ferrari raised the power from 508 hp to 533 hp which made the Superamerica capable of 199mph, enabling Ferrari to market the model at the time as "the fastest convertible in the world".
The true masterpiece of the Ferrari 575 Superamerica is the Fioravanti-patented "Revochromic" carbon and electrochromic glass roof mechanism developed with Italian glass specialist Saint Gobain. With an operational time of just seven seconds between closed-coupe to fully-open convertible, this was of huge benefit and innovation. The roof rotates 180 degrees on a single axis to lie flush on the boot, this also meant that is acts as a wind deflector when open. Never one to shy away from innovation, Ferrari also pioneered the five degrees of tint for the metre-square glass panel that can be chosen on a centre-console-mounted dial.
This UK registered Ferrari 575 Superamerica is presented in rosso corsa with nero leather. It benefits from HGTC handling pack, the F1 semi-automatic gearbox and has covered just 7,650 km from new. Complete tool kit and book pack accompany the car.