Dick Lovett Ferrari in Swindon are delighted to offer a lovely example of a Ferrari 575m Superamerica. This particular vehicle has covered just over 10,000 miles and is presented in the elegant Grigio Titanio Metal paint work with a Beige interior. Ferrari marketed the Superamerica as the world’s fastest convertible. Compared to the engine found in the standard 575m the Superamerica received a hike in power. The V12 housed under the cars bonnet now produces 533bhp (up from 508bhp) and takes the driver to a top speed of 199mph – certainly a fine attempt to live up to their marketing claim! The car featured an electrochromic roof panel which was able to rotate 180° - both of these are production car firsts. The pioneering roof design was the brainchild of Leonardo Fioravanti, the mechanism for the roof movement was housed in a carbon fibre structure and rotated on a single axis with the rear window acting as a wind deflector. A total of 559 Superamericas were built; this number followed Enzo Ferrari's philosophy that there should always be one fewer car available than the market demanded.