The limited-run Ferrari F60 America may have been introduced back in October 2014, but only now has the first unit been delivered to its thrilled owner.
The car was handed over to the customer by Ferrari of San Francisco during Cavallino Classic held throughout the weekend in Florida.
Created to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Ferrari's operations in North America, each F60 America is believed to have cost $2.5 million and were only offered for customers in the United States. It is believed that all ten units will be adorned in the same color scheme and livery reflecting that of the original Ferrari 275 GTS4 NART Spider of 1967.
Despite being based around the F12 Berlinetta, the F60 America has a totally custom body and is actually a convertible. The front fascia includes slim headlights running up the bumper and along the bespoke hood which also incorporates two large air extractors. Other special design touches are the restyled taillights, prominent rear rollover hoops and the more in-your-face rear diffuser.
As with the initial show car, this recently-delivered F60 has a two-tone interior that includes a red leather driver's seat and black leather for the passenger seat.