Bespoke Ferrari Superamerica 45 to debut at Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance

Some people take brand loyalty to new highs. Take New York collector and Ferrari enthusiast Peter Kalikow for instance. He has been a part of the Ferrari clientele for 45 years. And on its part, the Italian luxury car giant acknowledges and celebrates the association with a special custom made vehicle. Marking its debut at the Villa d’Este Concours d’Elegance this year will be the Ferrari Superamerica 45, which is custom-created based on Ferrari 400 Superamerica that came first in the 1960s.

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Set in Caribbean Blue, the car features a carbon fiber body kit made up of a front spoiler lip, side sills, a new rear diffuser, a tail spoiler and a carbon fiber roof as well. The vehicle will be powered with a 670 hp V12 engine. On the inside, the personalized interiors spot Cuoio leather trim and Blu Scuro carbon fiber detailing. And not to be left behind time, the car also comes with a “latest-generation touch-screen infotainment system”.

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