- Finished in gorgeous Grigio Ingrid
- Driven only 6,129 miles from new
- Includes clean CARFAX report
- Accompanied with owner’s manuals, tools, and air compressor
- A truly exceptional grand tourer
Ferrari introduced the 575M Maranello as a replacement for the 550 of the same name at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show. The M simply designated modificata (“modified”), referring to the myriad of updates, including a larger and more powerful engine. The new 575M benefitted from a 515 bhp, 5.75-liter with electronic sequential port fuel injection. The model was also the first production V-12 Ferrari to feature the F1-style paddle-shift electro-hydraulically controlled transmission. The state-of-the-art gearbox provided lightning-quick shifts, helping to accelerate the 575M to 60 mph in just 4.0 seconds and a top speed of 201 mph.
Records indicate that this 575M was sold new in 2003 through Barrett Motor Cars of San Antonio, Texas. In late 2006 the mileage was recorded at just over 5,800 miles, accounting for most of the travel the car shows today. Documentation shows that the car subsequently spent time in the state of New York, followed by a stint in Arizona, as well as Oklahoma, where it currently resides in a prominent private collection. Currently, the 575M shows less than 6,200 original miles. The gorgeous Grigio Ingrid exterior, reminiscent of the famed 375 MM Pinin Farina coupe, evokes an aura of pure elegance. More so, its lovely tan interior presents in very good condition. Of course, no Ferrari is complete without its original accessories, and as such this 575M is accompanied with its factory manuals, tools, and air compressor.
Truly a highly capable 21st-century grand tourer, a 575M Maranello driven at speed or leisure will never disappoint. Presented in a beautiful color combination, this example would be a brilliant addition to drive and enjoy.