The Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina is a limited-edition convertible version of the Ferrari 550 Maranello. Its moniker was chosen to honor Ferrari's coachbuilder and stylist for their 70th anniversary, and it was revealed at the Paris Show in 2000.
The final numbered automobile to leave the factory in December 2001 was one of only 448 that were produced.
The front engine of the Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina has twelve naturally aspirated cylinders and is configured in a V shape with a 5474 cm3 (334 cu-in) displacement. At 5000 rpm, it offers a maximum torque of 570 Nm, and at 7000 rpm, it offers a maximum power output of 485 PS.
The open vehicle's engine is the same alloy, 48-valve, four-cam engine that was installed in the Berlinetta and was capable of a top speed of 185 mph.
In 2000, the Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina, a limited-edition roadster variant of the Ferrari 550, was released. Its production was restricted to only 448 units, and its moniker was chosen to honor Ferrari's stylist and coachbuilder's 70th birthday.
The improved Ferrari 575M Maranello took the place of the Ferrari 550 in 2002.
Pininfarina created the Ferrari 550 Barchetta Pininfarina. Its low-slung front end and high rear deck are characteristics of a traditional roadster design. The interior of the car is two-toned, with black leather on the dashboard and blue leather seats.