2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello For Sale in London 16,331 miles from new Owner's warranty and service book 5.7 litre F133E V12 Engine 6-speed 'F1' Electro-hydraulic gearbox Original Toolkit Launched in 2002, the Ferrari 575M is a 2-door coupe based on the 550 Maranello, the 575M benefits from updated styling from Pininfarina and a renewed interior. The car also has substantial improvements mechanically, including bigger brake discs, a larger and more powerful engine, a different weight distribution, refined aerodynamics. Outstanding performance comes from the 5.7 litre, F133E V12 engine, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 202 mph and 0-62mph in just 4.2 seconds. The 575M was the first V12 Ferrari to feature an electro-hydraulic 6-speed 'F1' gearbox. Driving the car is exhilarating, the powerful engine coupled to the hydraulic 'F1' gearbox is a combination that is sure to put a smile on your face. Finished in quintessential Ferrari Rosso Corsa complemented with the Crema leather interior and Castorocoloured carpets, our car is both visually stunning and extremely luxurious, ensuring you have a comfortable, fast and enjoyable ride. The Crema leather is in fantastic condition throughout, the seats and matching leather door cards remain unmarked. Equally, the luxurious Castoro carpets remain unworn and contrast beautifully with the Crema leather. Our 575 M is fitted with 18' Ferrari Alloys, with Rosso Corsa brake calipers. Having been lovingly maintained and only travelling 16,331 miles from new, our car is in exemplary condition which can be verified by the accompanying warranty and service book. Also accompanying the vehicle is the original Ferrari toolkit as well as a space saving wheel kit. This Ferrari is available for viewing at the DD Classics Dealership in London, please call for more information. Ferrari 575M Specification External Colour: Rosso Corsa (DS 322) Interior Colour: Crema (3997) Carpets: Castoro (172) Space Saver Wheel Kit (WHE1) Red Brake Calipers Original Tool Kit Subscribeto the exclusive DD Classics newsletter!