Ferrari has delivered on its promise to reveal a special edition model exclusively for the North American market with the release of the 2015 Ferrari F60 America. Created to celebrate the Italian firm’s 60th anniversary of North American operations, the F60 America is limited to just 10 units paying homage to the legendary 1967 Ferrari 275 GTS4 NART Spider.

Each Ferrari F60 America costs $2.5 million and all 10 have been sold. As expected, the car is built around the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta but features a myriad of upgrades to differentiate it from all other Ferrari models produced.

First and foremost, the 2015 Ferrari F60 America features a completely unique body. At the front, a brand new fascia has been adopted incorporating a new grille, redesigned headlights and a thoroughly revised bonnet. From the sides, the F60 America again features significant changes including the adoption of new twin 5-spoke alloy wheels.

The rear-end also supports a selection of visual changes including different taillights, a new bumper and aggressive diffuser. What’s more, the Ferrari F60 America is also a convertible and consequently features two prominent blacked-out rollover hoops and carbon fibre clad buttresses. The F60 America also comes with a fabric top.

Completing the visual changes is a stunning shade of blue incorporating a central white racing stripe to mimic original cars used by the Ferrari North American Racing Team. Additionally, special 60th anniversary badges are found on the wheel arches.

The cabin of the Ferrari F60 America is also extremely unique. It is once again inspired by Ferrari racing cars of old with the driver’s side bathed in red leather and carbon fibre while the passenger side is blacked out. The seats also adopt American flags with the aggressive looking gear selection panel inspired by the unit fitted to the Ferrari 458 Speciale and the mighty LaFerrari.

Beneath the thoroughly revised skin, the car features the same 6.3-litre V12 engine as the F12. As a result, it delivers the same 731 hp and 509 lb-ft of torque and consequently, reaches 100 km/h from a standstill in the same 3.1 seconds.

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