Is this Ferrari's prettiest supercar?
One extremely lucky and happy individual just received one of the rarest Ferraris ever made. Ferrari unveiled the F60 America in 2014, but the lucky owner of the vehicle received the supercar yesterday. Ferrari of San Francisco handed the keys over to the owner during the Cavallino Classic that was held recently in Palm Beach, Florida The amazing supercar was created to celebrate Ferrari's 60th anniversary in North America. The supercar may be based off of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, but features a host of unique touches.
Ferrari only created 10 examples of the F60 America and all of the vehicles are destined to make it to the US. The supercar has the same 6.3-liter V12 out of the F12 that produces 730 hp but comes with a bespoke roadster body style and a gorgeous blue and white NART livery. Other unique touches include redesigned taillights, two large air extractors on the hood, slimmer headlights and a prominent diffuser. The interior of the supercar boasts a two-tone interior that includes a read leather driver's seat and black leather for the passenger's seat. Official pricing for the F60 was never released, but the supercar is believed to cost roughly $2.5 million. The person that got into the first F60 America is an extremely lucky individual.