2003 Ferrari 575 Maranello F1 Fiorano Pk
If you were unsure about the definition of a Grand Tourer, you’d only need to look at the 575 to instantly understand – a front-engined, rear-wheel-driven V12 powerhouse with a Ferrari badge on the front.
- Fiorano Handling Pack
- Scuderia shields
- Coloured Dashboard (Blu Scuro)
- Coloured steering wheel (Blu Scuro)
- Leather rear shelf
- Battery charger pre wiring
- Handy Fire extinguisher
- Modular 19” Wheel rims
- Red Brake Calipers
- Hi-Power Hi-fi with Subwoofer
Ferrari introduced the 550 Maranello in a bid to revive their fabled line of grand tourers – six years later, in 2002, the 575M Maranello appeared bringing with it a host of healthy updates adding additional potency to an already incredible car. Increasing the displacement of the V-12 by 250 cubic centimetres to 5748cc, resulted in 508bhp and 434lb/ft of torque. The front end was slightly revised with newer headlights, a redesigned air intake and front spoiler, and the weight distribution was improved to 50/50.
Handling criticisms were immediately addresses with the launch of the (must have) ‘Fiorano Handling’ pack which comprised lower and stiffer springs, thicker anti-roll bar, uprated brake pads, and adjustments to the wheel geometry. The exhilarating performance was unchanged: 0-62 mph in just 4.2 seconds, and a top speed of 202 mph.
575s are not just pretty faces, they’re tantalising to drive, with great balance, lots of power and pin-sharp steering. The all-alloy V12 just keeps revving, whilst variable-volume intake and exhaust systems ensure there’s no shortage of torque. With classic looks, excellent build quality and strong performance, these are cars that satisfy on every level.
As a low-mileage example in excellent condition, it would make a fine addition to any Ferrari collection – though of course we suggest it should be driven and enjoyed!
- Engine V12, 5748cc
- Max power 508bhp @ 7250rpm
- Max torque 434lb ft @ 5250rpm
- 0-60mph 4.2sec
- Top speed 202mph
This stunning example of the Ferrari 575 Maranello F1 was supplied new in March 2003, via Maranello Concessionaires, Egham and registered to the dealership as the initial keeper.
- +Air Condition
- +Sound System
- +Leather Upholstery
- +19" Alloys
- +Roll cage
- +Aluminium Wheels
- +Scuderia Shields
- +Electric Seats
- +Daytona Seat trim