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2006 Ferrari 575 Superamerica

Factory HGTC, Single Ownership With 27,500 km From New


CHF375,000 | Asking

Switzerland | Duillier, Switzerland



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  • Single ownership and just under 27,500 km from new
  • Seldom seen Giallo Modena over two-tone Nero and Grigio interior
  • Equipped from new with exceptionally rare racing seats and the Handling GTC package
  • German delivery example, currently registered in Switzerland with the original owner
  • One of just 559 examples produced

Harkening back to the great Superamerica-series Ferraris of the late 50s and early 60s, Ferrari’s 575 Superamerica was launched in 2005 as the limited-edition convertible variant of the Ferrari 575 Maranello. Following in the footsteps of the 550 Barchetta, Ferrari realized that they would need another solution for the convertible top on their V-12 grand tourer, as the roof on the 550 Barchetta proved too complex and time consuming to erect for many owners.

The solution was the unique “Recovromico” rotating hardtop. Constructed utilizing a carbon fibre frame integrated with electrochromic glass, this was the first roof of its kind to be fitted to a production car. When the top was closed, the opacity of the glass in the roof could be adjusted via a dial in the cabin. The driver and passenger could experience the full brightness of a conventional sunroof at its lightest setting or one percent of available light at its darkest. Furthermore, the Superamerica could be transformed into a convertible at just a press of a button, with the roof rotating back to rest flush with the boot lid in just 10 seconds, leaving the rear window in place to function as a wind deflector.

Just 559 examples of the 575 Superamerica were built, all allocated to Ferrari VIP customers, and the example offered here has remained with its original owner from new. Built to German market specifications, it is finished in Giallo Modena over a two-tone Nero and Charcoal interior. Fitted with the F1-style six-speed, semi-automatic transmission with paddle-shift, it also boasts the seldom seen option of carbon fibre bucket seats. It was also equipped from new with the Handling GTC package, which added upgraded carbon-ceramic brakes, a more performance-oriented suspension, free-flowing exhaust, and modular 19-inch wheels.

Exported to Switzerland when its original owner relocated there a number of years ago, this 575 Superamerica was used by him regularly, illustrating the model’s great versatility, and as a result, it has been driven just under 27,500 km from new. Well-kept and looked after since the day it was delivered with its most recent service in January 2024, this would be a fantastic 575 Superamerica to use and enjoy, truly one of the most unique models of Ferrari’s 21st century repertoire.