Ferrari is one of the crown jewels of supercar brands, and the Ferrari 575M Maranello was no exception to when it was launched in 2002. The Ferrari 575M is a two-seat, two-door grand tourer essentially being an updated Ferrari 550 Maranello and was replaced in 2006 by the Ferrari 599 GTB.
The Ferrari 575M included a fresh renewed interior design and substantial engineering improvements over the 550, which saw larger brake discs, a bigger and more powerful engine (v12, 5748 cc), refined aerodynamics and an adaptive suspension set-up. These improvements saw the Ferrari 575M Maranello has a maximum speed of 202mph and 0-60 in 4.2 seconds.
In total 2056 Ferrari 575M Maranello were produced and here at Amari we’re proud to feature one in our collection, if you’d like to arrange a viewing please contact our expert team on 01772 663777.
2003 (03) FERRARI 575M COUPE Maranello F1 Auto | 5,828 miles
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