To mark its 60th year in North America, the Italian supercar company promised something special and has delivered with a strictly limited edition car especially for US customers.
Only 10 will ever be built and have been designed specifically for American Ferrari enthusiasts. That means that the car has a throbbing V12 engine up front and a drop top.
The car will be officially unveiled to its adoring public at a special event in Beverly Hills on Saturday where the company is also expected to announce that every example is already pre-sold.
The car references design elements from classic Ferraris of the 1950s and 60s and in particular the NART Spider, a car that only came about because a certain US importer, Luigi Chinetti took Enzo Ferrari to one side and told him to build a drop top GT for his American clients.
The 731bhp V12 that powers the F60America is the same as that found in the current F12 Berlinetta coupé and is capable of launching the car from a standstill to 100km/h in 3.1 seconds.
And while the new car uses the same platform as the Berlinetta, Ferrari's design team have made a host of significant changes to ensure that the F60America truly is a car in its own right.
The nose, wings, grille and interior have all been redesigned. The cabin also features embroidered American flags and a two-sided finish. The driver's side is dressed in red leather and the passenger's side in black, a reference to how Ferrari competition cars used to be finished.
The car's fabric roof will do a good job of keeping the rain out but because it's designed to be lightweight and because the car is heading to a country with a wonderful climate, it is only able to cope with wind speeds of 75mph. So good enough for highway driving but you'll need to put the roof down when heading to the track.