The Ferrari 575M Maranello is a front engined, two-seat, two-door, grand tourer which was launched in 2002 and was designed to travel long distances in comfort and with ease, powered by its mighty 5.7 litre, V12 power plant which produces 508hp.
This car had been cherished by its previous owner and features a well-chosen options list which included the highly praised Fiorano Handling pack which can be perceived an essential option for the car. The car had an imposing appearance with its striking Nuovo Nero Daytona paint and Sabbia hide colour combination.
Like any good GT, the 575 is deceptively quick. It just feeds speed without any fuss at all and will pass the 200mph mark.
The successor to the 550, the 575’s slightly increased displacement brought about both improved power and torque figures which was further complimented by larger diameter and more superior brakes, 50/50 weight distribution and updated headlights, front grilles and interior trim.
This superb example is 1 of only 69 RHD 575 manuals produced and these specific cars have become a popular and sought after asset, for both collectors and drivers.