The V12 Ferrari’s are a thing of beauty. Even though the 575M was just a refreshed version of the 550, this car was ahead of it’s time. In 2002 Ferrari released the 575M Maranello, with all of the 440 US allotment presold. This car came standard with active suspension, a 508HP V12, and a soundtrack that could melt your face off. There were two transmission options available, you could get a six speed manual or the F1 inspired automated six speed with paddle shifters. Ferrari claims you can get to 60 .005 seconds quicker with F1 transmission, but who’s counting. What the 575M Maranello did come standard with is a suspension with two different settings, comfort and sport. In sport mode, you get 20% more cornering traction. Little did this car know, but it would be the predecessor for the 599. But that stories for another day.
Ferrari of San Antonio knows the importance of paint protection. Especially when dealing with Italian super cars. The buyer of this 575M ordered an XPEL ULTIMATE full front which includes full hood, front fenders, bumper, mirrors, and headlights.