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2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello informationChassis: ZFFBV55A220129323
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2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello
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Chassis Num: ZFFBV55A220129323
 
Sold for $121,000 at 2012 RM Auctions.
The Ferrari 575 Maranello was introduced in 2002 and was a much improved version of its 550 predecessor. Upgrades to the front engine/rear drive Grand Tourer included a larger and more powerful engine, improved aerodynamics, an adaptive suspension and the efficient Magneti Marelli paddle-shift F-1 transmission. The engine offered 515 horsepower which gave the 575 Maranello F-1 a zero to 60 mph in only 4.2 seconds with a zero-to-150 mph time of 22 seconds. Top speed was in the neighborhood of 202 mph.

This example features carbon-fiber cabin trim, an updated Alpine audio and navigation system, two-piece modular alloy road wheels, silver brake calipers, Scuderia Prancing Horse fender badges and an unmarked two-tone tan leather interior. The car was sold new to California resident John Statts in 2002 from Ferrari/Maserati of Orange County, Costa Mesa, California. It was serviced at that dealership between 2002 - 2006. Statts moved to Georgia, taking the car with him where maintenance work was performed by Ferrari of Atlanta, Georgia.

The car was sold to the Robert Ianucci Collection, from where it was purchased by the current owner in 2010.

The V-12 engine produces 515 horsepower and has an electro-hydraulic manual 'F-1' transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and an independent suspension.

In 2012, the car was offered for sale at the RM Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was estimated to sell for $95,000 - $130,000. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $121,000 inclusive of buyer's premium.

By Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2012