2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello F1 Right-hand drive 575M supplied to New Zealand in 2003 fitted with the F1 gearbox. Finished in Argento Silver with a dark blue hide interior, it is accompanied by its original leather wallet and service book. This car has just come out of a fantastic collection and has received significant expenditure since its purchase in 2015 Complete glass out repaint Wheels refurbished Complete service Refresh of all the interior switchgear New clutch Cambelts UK registered and MOT'd Presenting flawlessly with zero expense required More information to follow.........
Red Brake Calipers Beautiful example of a 2003 model Ferrari 575 Maranello presented in classic Rosso Corsa, Nero leather interior with red stitching and Daytona style seats. Call Autofficina on 020 8391 0002 for more information.
On 12 August 2004, the prototype of the Ferrari 575 Superamerica was shown to a specially selected group of clients in a private viewing at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The Superamerica is a stunning limited-series V12 convertible derived from the 575M Maranello coupe. Changes to the exhaust system, cylinder head inlets and manifolds gives the car a 25hp boost over the coupe, delivering a remarkable 540hp. At the time, the 575 Superamerica was the world’s fastest convertible with a top speed of 199mph. Its most striking feature is the unique ‘Revocromico’ roof, so called to describe the combination of its rotating movement and the electrochromic technology built into the carbonfibre-structured top. The latter technology allows occupants to alter the tint of the roof using a dial in the centre console. This particular Ferrari 575 Superamerica is finished in striking Argento Nurburgring paintwork with Beige hide and Black carpets. The standard 19-inch modular wheels cover the huge carbon ceramic brakes. The factory specification of this 575 Superamerica also includes Scuderia wing shields, the rear wall upholstery in Beige leather & high-power Hi-Fi. Its luxurious cabin includes climate control and fully electric seats with memory function for the driver’s side. Most significantly this Ferrari 575 Superamerica has covered just 10,300 km from new. It remains in superb condition and would make a fine addition to any serious Ferrari collection. The car retains all of its original accessories, including a leather owner’s pouch with books and guides. The boot contains the original toolkit in its tan leather case & tyre inflator. Ferrari’s 550 and 575 were the company’s first two-seat Grand Tourers for more than 20 years - since 365 GTB/4 Daytona production wound up in 1973. They are now rightly regarded as wonderful modern classic Ferraris, combining beautiful styling and superb performance with sumptuous cabins. The 575 Superamerica is an even more significant part of Ferrari’s history, being one of the very few series of V12 convertibles built in Maranello. From the limited production run of just 559 cars, we understand there were fewer than 57 F1 examples of the 575 SA in right-hand drive . This Ferrari 575 Superamerica represents a rare opportunity to acquire a low mileage and incredibly desirable convertible Ferrari. For more information about this Ferrari 575 Superamerica for sale in Kent, or to arrange an appointment, please contact our sales team on 01474 874555 or 07703 355355 or 07515 430430
2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello Coupe; 1 of just 69 UK RHD Manual Cars; Red/Black Leather; Scuderia Shields; Red Brake Callipers; Petrol Car with Iconic Front Engine and Open Gate Transmission.
Type: Used Year: 2003 Make: FERRARI Model: 575M Trim: Maranello F1 2dr Auto Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 23485 Engine Size: 5700 Ext Color: Argento Nurburgring
According to the Certificate of Conformity or "Birth Certificate" still with the car, an essential piece of paper if the car was ever to be exported, the car was completed on the Tuesday 16th July 2002. It was transported to the UK by truck to Ferrari UK/Maranello Concessionaires Ltd in Egham Surrey, and in turn delivered to the Ferrari agents in Hampshire ,Meridien Modena in Lyndhurst for their customer Mr Oliver Barnes ,who became the first owner on the 1st August 2002.The then list price of £154,350 excluding delivery charges number plates -£2,245.00 and road tax which was added to with the F1 gearbox £7,200.00 ,dark blue seat stitching (STC1)£180.00 and aluminium grey brake callipers (CALA)£594.00. Purchased nine months later by Mr Paul Hogart on the 9th May 2003. The third owner ,Mr Michael Finn, bought the car on the 1st August 2005, with some 20,000 miles, using Stratstone Manchester to maintain the car for him. The penultimate owner ,Mr Douglas Smith bought the car on three years later on the 31st July 2008 with 25,100 miles ,from the Ferrari agents Stratstone of Manchester, who continued to maintain the car whilst in his ownership. The last owner from London, bought the c
The Ferrari 575M Maranello was introduced in 2002 as the replacement for the hugely successful 550. The 575 was produced in much smaller numbers than the 550 and was the first Ferrari V12 to offer Magneti Marelli's semi-automatic (Electrohydraulic manual) 'F1' gearbox a technology that Ferrari had developed in Formula 1. Updates from the 550 included a renewed interior, but with substantial improvements mechanically, including bigger brake discs, a larger and more powerful 5,748cc engine which produced 515bhp. In 2004 Ferrari released a limited run of 559 examples of the striking and innovative convertible, the Superamerica. Drawing its name form the iconic Pininfarina designed Lampredi V12-powered GT cars of the 1950s and 60s, the 199mph 575M Superamerica retained the coupe’s mechanicals together with its general design while featuring the a unique pivoting photo-chromic roof. The work of Pininfarina chief stylist Leonardo Fioravanti, creator of the legendary 365 GTB/4 “Daytona”, it was the first roof of its kind ever fitted to a production car, and was built using a carbon fibre frame integrated with electro-chromatic glass. The transparency of the glass could be adjusted from wi
One of 1,810 Ferrari 575M Maranello fitted with Magneti Marelli’s semi-automatic ’F1’ gearbox. Sold new in Italy. Two owners from new. Original colors: Grigio Titanio over Charcoal (dark grey) leather interior. Original paint and interior. Complete service made by Michelotto at 20,000 kms. Exceptionally well-preserved (factory plastics are still on the carpets). Perfect cosmetic and mechanical condition. 20,500 kms. Italian papers.
--Blue Mirabeau with Beige leather interior/Blue factory racing seats and Tan carpeting, 12,000 miles from new, F1 style six-speed close ratio manual transmission controlled through twin paddles mounted on the steering column, Recent major service by Authorized Ferrari dealer. This is one of only 550 limited production Ferrari 575 Superamerica models built for the world market, with even fewer imported to the North American market, it is stunning and rare! Options include: Carbon Interior and Racing Seats, GTC Package (Modular 19” wheels), Satellite Navigation, Large Racing Seats with Connoly Leather, Rear Wall Leather Upholstery, High Power Hi Fi + 6-Disc Changer, All Stitching in Color, Colored Steering Wheel. With entire production reserved for special Ferrari "VIP" clients, and the entire production run was sold-out long before the first car was built. The Superamerica is based on the 575M Maranello model, with a much more powerful 540bhp engine, and the innovative "Revocromico" roof, constructed of carbon-fiber. This lightweight roof design is elegant, convenient, and offers the driver the ability to "dial in" the amount of light entering the cockpit through the roof. Addition
This Ferrari 575 GTC chassis # 2204 we have for sale today is one of the 12 built by Ferrari Factory for Le Mans 24H, the FIA GT Championship and American Le Mans Series. With only one owner from new and always raced and serviced by JMB racing, this Ferrari 575 GTC # 2204 was raced in FIA GT Championship in 2004, entered the Le Mans 24H in 2005 and Le Mans series this same year. In total, # 2204 entered more than 18 races between the 2004 and 2005 seasons, mainly driven by Antoine Gosse, Peter Kutemann, Stephane Daoudi, Andrea Garbagnati and Hans Hugenholtz (the whole racing history is available upon request). The engine was totally overhauled in early 2015, with new liners, pistons, valves and bearings and was never used since. This Ferrari 575 GTC Chassis 2204 is for sale today, with one set of spare wheels and its FIA Technical Passport.
Rosso Corsa with Nero interior and red stitching, featuring the HGTC handling pack including 19 inch wheels, carbon ceramic brakes, sports exhaust and suspension. 11,000 miles, full Ferrari main dealer history (last service April 2015). Actual car pictured. Call us before it’s gone!