Monday, October 18, 2010

Ferrari SA

Ferrari will reveal the SA Aperta at the Paris motor show next week. Based on the 599 GTB Fiorano, the new open-top car is an exclusive model that pays homage to Pininfarina on the company's 80th anniversary. Only 80 will be built.

Named after both Sergio and Andrea Pininfarina (SA), the V12 powered roadster features a light soft top designed to be used in only the most adverse weather conditions. The SA's profile arches back from the A-post to two aerodynamic fins integrating the two roll-bars, which mimic the outline of the seats, while its windscreen is lower to the ground than any other Ferrari model - an attribute the sportscar maker claims lends the car exceptional aerodynamic characteristics.

Its interior is 'stylishly sporty', according to Ferrari, and features sophisticated materials, trim and colors throughout. The virtually endless combinations available guarantee that each and every SA Aperta is absolutely unique. Too bad they're all already spoken for.

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