Last year, the Italian automaker announced plans to build 80 units of the SA Aperta (shown above), a roadster derived from the 599 GTB coupe. But many long-time Ferrari collectors complained that these limited edition cars were snapped up before they had a chance to act. The SA Aperta was unveiled at a customer-only event in August 2010 at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It was then displayed publicly at the Paris Auto show the following month. The cars were sold out by the end of September 2010.
Speaking with Automotive News Europe, Ferrari CEO Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said "I do not want our faithful collectors to miss the opportunity to buy one of our special series." He declined to divulge details, but speculation suggests the club could be limited to customers who already own five Ferraris. The company says there are about 300 people worldwide who can make that claim. One such person that I can think of is Hong Kong Singer, Aaron Kwok. According to Wikipedia, Kwok owns a F50, F512M, F355 GTS, F360 Modena and F599 GTB Fiorano.
Do you know of any Singaporeans who can qualify to join the exclusive club ?