Italian firm makes 60 special Scagliettis to celebrate anniversary
30 January 2007

We love the idea of a new car for our birthday, and Ferrari clearly does too. So to celebrate its 60th anniversary this year, the Italian supercar maker is creating 60 unique cars.

Based on the 612 Scaglietti, each anniversary special will come with two-tone paintwork in colour combinations "as used on some of the Prancing Horse's most memorable models". Each car will represent significant milestones in Ferrari's history.

Inside, you get the typically sybaritic interior of the standard car, plus an enamelled badge on the centre console.

The best bit about the 60th anniversary Scaglietti, however, is the roof. Each car will come with an electrochromic glass roof. Like the roof in the 575 SuperAmerica, the opacity of the glass can be adjusted from full black tint to the slightest of shades, al at the touch of a button.

There's no word on prices for the cars yet, but expect them to be at least £200,000, if you’re offered the chance to buy one.

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