Ferrarri has revealed the latest of its exclusive models, the F60America, in commemoration of its 60th year in North America.
The price for the car has not been publically revealed, but aside from a select few those wanting one won't be able to get one anyway -- all 10 made were sold to collectors before the unveiling.
"To celebrate Ferrari's 60th year in North America, Maranello has returned to its 1950s and '60s tradition of producing strictly limited edition, built-to-order cars," says the company's website. "The result is the F60America, of which just 10 will be produced."
The stunning blue, black and red car combines Ferrari's "two great passions -- the V12 engine and open-top driving." The exterior of the vehicle is finished with the North American Racing Team livery and special 60th anniversary badges.
The company says that the car is essentially an open-top version of the F12berlinetta, although the design has been a little restyled. The nose, wings and doors are all a little different than the Berlinetta. The car also includes a powered fabric roof, which can be opened or closed at up to 75 miles per hour.
Under the hood is everything you would expect from a Ferrari. It comes with a 6.3-litre V12 engine that produces 729 horsepower at around 8,500rpm. The car goes from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.1 seconds.
The inside of the car has an unusual two-tone appearance, with a red drivers seat and trim on the drivers side, and a black passengers seat with black trim on that side of the cabin. Both seats have an American flag graphic on the backrest.
"The cabin's asymmetrical design highlights the driver's area with sporty red trim, while the passenger side is black, inspired by the historic Ferrari competition cars," continues the company on its website. "The cabin trim is exclusive with the dash, tunnel and door panels on the driver's side all swathed in composite materials."
Unfortunately the car will never be made available to the public, with Ferrari chief Sergio Marchionne expressing slight frustration at that fact.
"I'm not saying we should make 20," he said at the Paris Motor Show. "But I think we should make the product available."
While the car's price has not been officially revealed, it is expected to be the most expensive new Ferrari ever made, costing somewhere between $2.5 million and $3 million. An event to unveil the car was held Oct. 11 in Beverly Hills, where the company also showcased 60 of the rarest car models it has produced.