- Not to be confused with the Enzo Ferrari, also sometimes known as the F60.
The Ferrari F60 America is a limited production roadster derivative of the F12berlinetta, built to celebrate 60 years of Ferrari's presence in North America.
Production was limited to ten examples and according to the manufacturer, all were already spoken for at the time of the car's public introduction in October 2014. The open-top configuration pays homage to US-only limited production convertible Ferraris of the past, such as the 275 GTS/4 NART Spider. Compared to the F12, the F60 has all-new bodywork; it uses a light removable soft top instead of a conventional convertible top. Each of the ten examples built features an asymmetrical cabin design with red trim for the driver's area and black for the passenger, American flag detailing in the center of the backrests of both seats, and classic blue and white North American Racing Team livery.
The Ferrari F60 America was added in the Fast Lane Update as a mid Class S car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1362
- This was changed to 1412 in the 2019 Spring Update
- MAX rank: 1616 (+254)
- This was changed to 1637 (+225) in the 2019 Spring Update
- MAX+PRO rank: 1794 (+178)
- This was changed to 1793 (+156) in the 2019 Spring Update
- Tuning Kit bonus: +67
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 432
- This was changed to 382 in the 2019 Spring Update
- Nitro Efficiency: 7/12/17
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the F60 America is now a high Class A car.
The F60 America has a total speed of 306.2 mph/493.0 km/h at MAX+PRO with a Tuning Kit, the same as the Rezvani Beast Alpha and SIN R1. This leaves the F60 America at the mercy of the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, Mosler Super GT, and McLaren 720S, and it is considerably inferior to the Rezvani Beast Alpha, 2018 McLaren X2, Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4, Apollo Intensa Emozione, and Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG Special Edition.
Contrary to the F12berlinetta it is based on, the F60 America is noticeably more biased towards raw top speed, slightly more so than the Mosler Super GT. At stock, the F60 America has subpar acceleration, average handling, decent nitro efficiency and good drifting capabilities.
The F60 America qualifies for any Ferrari-only event. However, just like the Ferrari 488 Pista, the F60 America is plagued with restrictive availability. In a Tag Racing event with only Ferraris, the F60 America should be placed as the third car, with the FXX K and 488 Pista being the first and second cars, respectively.
The F60 America lacks competitiveness in general Events, including Class S Events, due to its inferior performance to said vehicles.
Price and Availability
As of the 2020 Halloween Update, the Ferrari F60 America can be purchased for 2,750,000. The F60 America was available between February 20 - April 1 2019 for 13,000. Its availability as a Garage offer varies on a player to player basis and is otherwise only obtainable through its Research & Development event.
The car was on sale as an exclusive vehicle during the following dates:
As of the 2019 Spring Update, upgrades cost 2,026,000 while Pro Kits require 674,400, 32 Class S Parts each, 64 V12 Engines, 60 Mid-Techs, and 40 Advanced Techs.
The F60 America was a reward for reaching Tier 20 with the Premium upgrade in the Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo Festival. Players who already own the car would win 7x Ferrari 488 Challenge Evo Kit instead.
Research & Development
- Main article: Research & Development/Ferrari F60 America
The Ferrari F60 America's Research & Development event was launched on March 16, 2019 after the Zeus Twelve Sigma's R&D. Players are given 4 days to start and 12 days to complete the event with 50 Tests spanning 4 Labs. The event was revived on November 14, 2019, in the 2019 Halloween Update after the Hyundai i30 N's revived R&D event.
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