The 575 M designed by Pininfarina Ferrari SuperAmerica combines the power of the Ferrari Berlinetta 12 cylinder with a very original shot, innovator in the field of the convertible concept.
Ferrari 575 M SuperAmerica is the first production car a rotary movement take innovative roof in combination with electrochromic technology exclusively for these dimensions of glass surfaces, developed with Saint Gobain.
The concept of the rotating roof, the patented Fioravanti can driver Ferrari 575 M SuperAmerica electric places up in 10 seconds flat, making it the fastest Berlinetta convertible in the world (top speed of 320 km/h).
Derived from the Ferrari 575 M Maranello, the SuperAmerica with an F1-style or the manual transmission is available. Large 12-cylinder engine dangers is to hp 540. The new car can be equipped also with the GTC package management with the latest high-tech features of Ferrari including carbon ceramic brakes.
Ferrari 575 M SuperAmerica unusual electric ceiling is called Revocromico the unique combination of its movement and rotation backwards highlight electrochromic technology. It has a carbon fiber structure and capacity of the hull remains unchanged, if the roof open or closed. The glass rear window also functions as a high-efficiency wind deflectors, if the roof was open.
The use of electrochromic glass means that the driver completely the light, which allows, give the cockpit can control. There are five available ink levels and the glass can of dark on light in less than a minute with just the touch of a button.
Ferrari 575M Superamerica Technical Specifications
- Length: 4,550 mm
- Width: 1,935 mm
- Height: 1,277 mm
- Wheelbase: 2,500 mm
- Front track: 1,632 mm
- Rear track: 1,586 mm
- Cylinders: V12
- Bore x stroke: 89 mm x 77 mm
- Unit displacement: 479 cc
- Total displacement: 5,748 cc
- Compression ratio: 11:1
- Maximum power: 397 kW (540 hp) @ 7,250 rpm
- Maximum torque: 588.6 Nm (433,8 lb ft) @ 5,250 rpm
- Maximum speed: 320 km/h