Ferrari lifts lid on convertible 599 SA Aperta

Speculation about a convertible version of the Ferrari 599 come to an end, as the company announces the SA Aperta in honor of Pininfarina's 80th anniversary.

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Rumors of a drop-top version of the incredible Ferrari 599 have been rife for months, but all that speculation can now come to an end. Not only has Ferrari confirmed the car exists, it's also confirmed it'll be called the Ferrari 599 SA Aperta.

The car was created in honor of the 80th anniversary of Pininfarina, the design company that's had a hand in the styling of Ferrari's most successful road cars. Aperta means "open" in Italian, while the "SA" in the name stands for Sergio (Pininfarina's honorary chairman) and Andrea Pininfarina (the grandson of company founder Battista "Pinin" Farina).

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