Ferrari marked the 60th anniversary the brand in the United States in spectacular fashion with a huge gathering of modern and classic models in Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, California. The “Race Through the Decades 1954-2014” event was also the first public outing of the Ferrari F60 America.
Designed specifically to celebrate the 60th anniversary and limited to only 10 units, Ferrari F60 America is a bespoke, open-top version of the F12 Berlinetta and has the same engine and running gear. The body and interior are new, however, and truly stunning.
The F60 features unique front and rear fascia, head and tail lights, and bonnet, plus new roll hoops and pillars upon which the new fabric roof is installed. The interior is two-tone, with the driver’s side finished in red and the passenger’s in black. As mentioned, the production is limited to just 10 units, all of which already spoken for. The price has not been revealed.
Check out some live shots of the Ferrari F60 America from its unveiling event at Rodeo Drive.
Photo credit: Autoguide.com
And here’s some of the other interesting Ferraris present at the event, including LaFerrari, F50, F40, 250 GTO, Barchetta, 458 Speciale, California, Daytona, and…