2005 Ferrari 575M Super America


2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

Unveiled at the LA and Detroit Auto Shows in 2003, the Superamerica is a targa version of then current 575M. It’s also the first Ferrari to feature a motorized and folding hard top. The name Superamerica extends back into the Ferrari’s history as a name that was given to most exclusive, and powerful luxury models.

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.
Designed by Fioravanti, the flip-top roof is made of translucent materials which adjust to vary the amount of light coming into the cockpit. Called Revocromico by Ferrari, the system has five tint levels available and the glass can go from dark to light in under a minute. As the frame for the glass is made from carbon fibre, the Super America can reach very high speeds with the top in the up, or reclined position.

Designed by Fioravanti, the flip-top roof is made of translucent materials which adjust to vary the amount of light coming into the cockpit. Called Revocromico by Ferrari, the system has five tint levels available and the glass can go from dark to light in under a minute. As the frame for the glass is made from carbon fibre, the Super America can reach very high speeds with the top in the up, or reclined position.

Production figures will be limited to anywhere from 300 to 500 units.

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In Detail

submitted by Richard Owen
type Series Production Car
production 599
engine Aluminum Alooy, 65 Degree, V12
position Front Longitudinal
aspiration Natural
valvetrain DOHC 4 Valves / Cyl
fuel feed Electronic Sequential Injection
displacement 5748 cc / 350.8 in³
bore 89 mm / 3.5 in
stroke 77 mm / 3.03 in
compression 11.0:1
power 402.7 kw / 540.0 bhp @ 7250 rpm
specific output 93.95 bhp per litre
torque 588.15 nm / 433.8 ft lbs @ 5250 rpm
front tires 255/40 ZR 18
rear tires 295/35 ZR 18
front brakes Cross Drillled and Vented Discs w/ABS
rear brakes Cross Drillled and Vented Discs w/ABS
front wheels F 45.7 x 21.6 cm / 18.0 x 8.5 in
rear wheels R 45.7 x 26.7 cm / 18 x 10.5 in
steering Rack & Pinion w/Power Assist
f suspension Doublw Wishbones w/Coiil Springs, Gas Dampers, Anti-Roll Bar
r suspension Doublw Wishbones w/Coiil Springs, Gas Dampers, Anti-Roll Bar
wheelbase 2500 mm / 98.4 in
front track 1632 mm / 64.3 in
rear track 1586 mm / 62.4 in
length 4550 mm / 179.1 in
width 1935 mm / 76.2 in
height 1277 mm / 50.3 in
transmission 6-Speed Manual w/Paddle Shifting
top speed ~320 kph / 198.8 mph

Auction Sales History

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America ZFFGT61A650142572 – sold for $357,500. This 2005 575M Superamerica is offered in remarkable condition, having covered fewer than 13,000 miles in the last decade. The muscular Pininfarina designed body is finished in Nero Metallizzato paint and the carbon fiber-trimmed interior features beige Daytona-style seats that are in similarly great condition. This rare Roadster from Maranello comes with the desirable ‘Fiorano’ Handling Package, which improves suspension, braking, and steering response, further intensifying the driving experience. Additionally, this car features the F1 gearbox and has been modified with a Tubi exhaust system. Auction Source: 2015 Quail Lodge Auction by Bonhams

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

NART Blue 2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica ZFFGT61A350145719 – sold for $440,000. According to its original window sticker, this elegant Superamerica was factory-equipped with the GTC Handling Package, Daytona seats, Scuderia shields, rear-wall leather, and a high-power sound system with six-CD changer. Believed to be one of two examples finished in NART Blue specified for the US, this Superamerica was purchased new through a well-known dealer in Florida, and minimally used and regularly serviced by its caretaker, a collector who owns some very rare vintage Ferraris. Carefully maintained since its delivery, the Ferrari displayed just over 1,545 miles at the time of cataloguing and the car presents in excellent original condition. Auction Source: The Pebble Beach Auctions 2015 by Gooding and Company

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica ZFFGT61A750142399 – sold for $440,000 Innovative Revocromico Retractable Roof Panel. One of Only 559 Examples Built. Only 925 Miles and Two Owners from New. Equipped with Desirable GTC Handling Package. World-Class Modern Supercar. Auction Source: The 2015 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575 Superamerica ZFFGT61A650145715 – sold for $517,000 Single ownership and 950 miles from new. Recent full service by Miller Motorcars. Finished in desirable Rosso Fiorano over Crema. Fitted with the highly desirable HGTC handling package. Auction Source: Arizona 2015 by RM Auctions

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America ZFFGT61AX50140436 – sold for $330,000 Believed to be the second Superamerica built. Just under 2,300 miles from new. Ferrari Classiche certified. Auction Source: 2014 Monterey by RM Auctions

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2006 Ferrari 575 Superamerica ZFFGT61B000146647 – sold for €218,400 One of just eight 575 Superamericas delivered new to France. Highly optioned, including a HGTC handling package; one of two Superamericas delivered with that option to France. Under 8,000 kilometres from new. Ferrari Classiche certified. Auction Source: 2014 Monaco by RM Auctions

2005 Ferrari 575M Super America

2005 Ferrari 575 M Superamerica ZFFGT61A550145401 – sold for $225,500 Innovative Revochromico Retractable Roof Panel. One of Only 559 Examples Built. Less than 200 Total Miles from New Equipped with Desirable GTC Handling Package. Complete with Window Sticker and Factory-Delivered Accessories. Auction Source: The 2013 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company