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Plenty of people dream about owning a Ferrari but few actually follow through with that. This 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello is a great way to become a Ferrari owner since it promises breathtaking performance, excellent comfort, and plenty of head-turning good looks. Grab this one now before someone else scoops it.
Gallery: Achieve Glory In A 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello
If you know nothing else about the performance capabilities of this Ferrari, just remember it can hit 202 mph. Up front is a 5.7-liter V12 that kicks hard with 515-horsepower on tap. Taking things to the next level is an F1-style transmission, so you use paddles attached to the steering wheel to switch through the gears quickly. That setup is good for a 0-62 mph acceleration time of 4.2 seconds, which is plenty quick.
Just like everyone seems to expect from a Ferrari, this 575M Maranello has been draped in a Ferrari Corsa Red paint job, lusciously displaying the curvature of each body panel. All the original badging, plus the factory wheels are intact, so you’re not getting some molested Ferrari but instead the real deal.
Some Ferraris have a stripped-down interior, but this one features plus Beige leather wrapped around the seats, luggage area, door panels, and portions of the dash. Black leather for the steering wheel and upper portion of the dash adds a nice contrast. This car comes with plenty of optional equipment like Daytona Style seats, navigation, and the Scuderia Ferrari shields on the front fenders.
Ferrari launched the 575M Maranello in 2002While some people might not think much about the 575M Maranello, they obviously have no idea that values for this Ferrari have been shooting up lately. Thanks to tightening emissions standards across the globe, getting a V12 supercar is becoming more and more difficult, which is part of the reasons why this model has become so highly sought after. GR Auto Gallery is offering this fine ride to a lucky future owner.
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