Our 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello was sold new in Ohio on December 11th 2012. It went to California four months later and stayed there for two and a half years. The next listed registration is in North Carolina beginning in August 2005. In June of 2006 it was imported into Canada and has remained here since. The CarProof report is completely clean with no claims, accidents, or estimates listed for either US or Canadian history. It currently shows 42,966 miles and has just received a clean bill of health from Ferrari of Vancouver after a comprehensive $12,000 major service. It comes complete with books, pouch, tools, jack and car cover. Cosmetically it looks like it has been incredibly well-cared for, both inside and out. It looks like car with half the mileage and drives like a perfectly broken-in V12 Ferrari should. It has the stock exhaust, and no modifications except the slightly darker red rear tail lights.
This was the first V12 Ferrari offered with the F1 transmission. It was also the flagship Grand Touring model in their line-up. There was no more luxurious or faster Ferrari available other than the Enzo supercar which came out the same year.
The Ferrari 575M Maranello is a two-seat, two-door, grand tourer built by Ferrari. Launched in 2002, it is essentially an updated 550 Maranello featuring minor styling changes from Pininfarina. The 575M was replaced by the 599 GTB in the first half of 2006. Updates from the 550 included a renewed interior, but with substantial improvements mechanically, including bigger brake discs, a larger and more powerful engine, a different weight distribution, refined aerodynamics and fluid-dynamics and an adaptive suspension set-up (the four independent suspensions are also controlled by the gearbox, to minimize pitch throughout the 200-milliseconds shift time). Two six-speed transmissions were available, a conventional manual gearbox and, for the first time on a Ferrari V12, Magneti Marelli’s semi-automatic (Electrohydraulic manual) ‘F1’ gearbox. The model number refers to total engine displacement in litres, whilst the ‘M’ is an abbreviation of modificato (“modified”).
All figures for F1 gearbox (+0,05 second for manual gearbox)
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