2010 Paris Auto ShowJust the Facts:
- Ferrari SA Aperta is revealed ahead of its 2010 Paris Auto Show debut next week.
- Just 80 units will be built of the convertible version of the 599 GTB Fiorano that honors Pininfarina's 80th anniversary.
- All 80 of the 670-horsepower supercars are already spoken for.
MARANELLO, Italy — You'll have to find another place to park that extra $500,000. The hotly anticipated Ferrari SA Aperta, which was revealed on Friday ahead of its debut at the 2010 Paris Auto Show, is sold out.
While Ferrari did not announce pricing, the buzz is that the limited-edition model is priced around the half-million-dollar mark. Just 80 units will be built of the convertible version of the 599 GTB Fiorano that honors Pininfarina's 80th anniversary. The SA refers to Sergio and Andrea Pininfarina, "whose company and work have been linked to the most successful road-going cars ever built at Maranello," said the Italian marque in a statement.
Details include what Ferrari describes as a "light soft top" and two roll bars that "mimic" the outline of the seats.
Ferrari's description of the SA Aperta did not include technical specifications. But the roadster churns out 670 horsepower from a 6.0-liter V12 engine.
Edmunds.com says: Destined to be one of the showstoppers in Paris. — Anita Lienert, Correspondent