Ferrari has presented the SA Aperta at the Paris Motor Show. Just 80 of this special series have been manufactured, and they have already been sold (purportedly at about €400,000). The number 80 celebrates the eightieth anniversary of design company Pininfarina, and the SA of the name is another tribute to Sergio and Andrea Pininfarina whose styling contributed to the marque's most famous cars. "Aperta" means simply "open," of course, which means that the V12 will be excitingly audible inside.
The SA Aperta is a roadster specifically designed for driving with the wind in your hair, enjoying the thrills offered by a traditional power plant layout with a front-mounted V12 engine.