Cauley Ferrari of Detroit is proud to offer you this stunning and rare 575 Superamerica presented in a Nero Daytona exterior paired with a Rosso interior. This example is equipped with the highly sought-after HGTC Handling Package which includes Ceramic Brakes, sports suspension, sport exhaust, stickier tires, modular wheels, and adjusted calibration for the paddle-shift sequential F1 six-speed transmission. We recently completed a full major service and all maintenance is now up to date. The roof is in great condition and works as it should. We will be completing the Ferrari Classiche Certification shortly and the vehicle will come with the highly desirable Ferrari Red Book. Included are the battery tender, books, car cover, and both keys. 575 Superamericas are among the rarest modern Ferraris in existence. Only 559 were produced and this limited production Ferrari vehicle is likely to continue to increase in value in the coming years.
Give us a call at 248-538-9600 to set up an appointment to come see this stunning 575 Superamerica or stop by our showroom in West Bloomfield, MI.
Please ask us about our financing and leasing options available through Ferrari Financial Services (FFS). We can offer you monthly financing as far out as 84 months, Balloon financing up to 60 months, as well as Open-End Leasing scenarios. FFS is available on all new and pre-owned Ferrari models. These flexible payment options make getting into a Ferrari easier than ever before.
- Daytona Style Seat
- GTC Package with Modular Rims 19"
- Instrument Panel RPM Gauge in Giallo
- Scuderia Ferrari Shields
- Rear Wall Leather Upholstery in Rosso
- High Power HiFi + 6 CD Changer
- Colored Standard Stitching in Nero
Introduced in 2005, the Ferrari 575 Superamerica was a convertible version of the 575M Maranello; it featured an electrochromic glass panel roof that rotated 180 degrees at the rear to lie flat over the boot taking 60 seconds for operation. Patented Revocromico the roof incorporates a carbon-fiber structure that is hinged on the single axis with a luggage compartment lid, allowing access to the latter even with an open roof. The roof was manufactured in collaboration with French glass specialist Saint Gobain. With the roof open, the rear window, apart from holding the third stoplight, also acts as a wind deflector. This roof design was previously used on a 2000 Alfa Romeo Vola, designed by Leonardo Fioravanti. The Superamerica used the higher-output tune of the V12 engine used on the 575M, codenamed the F133 G, rated at 540 PS (397 kW; 533 hp) and was the world's fastest production convertible when it was first introduced. The GTC handling package was optional. Total production amounted to 559 units; this number followed Enzo Ferrari's philosophy that there should always be one fewer car available than what the market demanded.