Ferrari unveiled its F60 America model in Beverly Hills earlier this month.
The car will be built in a limited run of 10 pieces and will have a price tag of $3.2 million dollars.
The Ferrari F60 America is based loosely on the current Ferrari F12 Berlinetta model, with the biggest distinction that it is an open air model.
The model does include a soft top, although the car is intended to be driven without it as evidenced by the fact that the top is built to withstand speeds of up to 75 miles an hour, which is way slower than the car is capable of.
The car is expected to put out 730 horsepower and 509 pound-feet of torque at 6,000 rpm and capable of going over 210 miles per hour.
The car is supposed to run from zero to sixty miles an hour in 3.1 seconds and contain the same dual clutch automatic transmission as the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
The 10 models are already spoken for, with it reported that 8 are coming to the United States, and 2 models going to buyers in Canada.