Ferrari. Just saying the name can invoke a wide range of feelings and images. From Formula One to the 488 Spider, this brand is all about elegant design and incredible speed. The company has even made “Ferrari red” a thing. It’s hard to deny that over the decades, this automobile company has made quite the name for itself. Its models are forever etched into the minds of car aficionados from Italy to London and the US to Asia. That name has also become synonymous with trend-setting, beautiful vehicles. And with the 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica this month, you’ll see exactly what we mean.
An Engine But without the Roof
At Rear View Prints, we’re not just in love with the art on car prints and car posters. In fact, we love to hit the fast lane and enjoy the open road before us. And with a convertible like this Ferrari 575 Superamerica, you can exactly that. Add in the intense 532hp V12, making it the fastest production convertible ever, and you have yourself a winner.
Classic Car Design in an Attractive Color
We’ll admit that we also love that “Ferrari Red” that’s become such a classic. But as others have noted, Ferrari vehicles can take on a magic all their own when displayed in other colors. And with this deeper red, we’re totally in love. Richer, more subtle, and with a feel all its own, the color of this Ferrari 575 Superamerica is another defining trait we can’t take our eyes off of.
All the Options, Authentic Ferrari 575 Superamerica
And when you check out the options on this specific model, you’ll be hard pressed not to imagine yourself in the driver’s seat. Alloy wheels, carbon fiber trim, polished exhaust tips, tan leather. Browsing the phenomenal pictures of this vehicle is a treat all on its own. We’re also glad that the dealer didn’t skimp in this area and included 40 photos for us to salivate over, documenting every single detail of this amazing car.
Few Among the Many, The Ferrari Philosophy
Lastly, what is really interesting about this particular mode is its rarity. While the Ferrari 575 was only made in the thousands, this vehicle is even more rare. As the convertible model, it was only produced for only a total of 559 individual cars. And as the Wikipedia page so devoutly points out, this was right in line with Enzo Ferrari’s approach to car design, making fewer cars available than the market could support. Still, if you’re anything like us, you’re wishing that you could hop in this magnificent vehicle and hit the road for a day or two. Our final verdict? The Ferrari 575 Superamerica is a true classic car from Ferrari.