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  Ferrari 575M SuperAmerica

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Country of origin:Italy
Produced in:2005
Introduced at:2005 LA Auto Show
Designed by:Pininfarina
Successor:Ferrari 599 SA Aperta
Source:Company press release
Last updated:January 04, 2005
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe Pininfarina-designed Ferrari SuperAmerica combines Ferrari 12-cylinder berlinetta power with a highly original, innovative take on the convertible concept. The SuperAmerica is the first production car to employ an innovative rotating roof movement in combination with electrochromic technology developed exclusively for glass surfaces of these dimensions with Saint Gobain. The Fioravanti-patented electric rotating roof movement allows the SuperAmerica driver to drop the top in 10 seconds flat, making it the world's fastest convertible berlinetta (320 km/h top speed).

Derived from the 575M Maranello, the SuperAmerica is available with either an F1-style or manual gearbox. Its big 12-cylinder engine has been boosted to deliver 540 hp too. The new car can also be fitted with the GTC Handling package which offers Ferrari's very latest high-tech features including carbon ceramic brakes.

The SuperAmerica's unusual electric roof has been dubbed Revocromico to highlight the unique combination of its rearward rotation movement and electrochromic technology. It has a carbon-fibre structure and the boot capacity remains unchanged whether the roof is open or closed too. The glass rear window also acts as a highly effective wind deflector when the roof is open. The use of electrochromic glass means that the driver can completely control the level of light entering the cockpit. There are five tint levels available and the glass can go from dark to light in under a minute, at the touch of a button.

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